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Music for Health and Wellbeing: Workshop

The Compassionate Voice: Listening & Responding in Clinical Care

  • Ended
  • Group rate avail.
  • Online via Zoom

Service Description

Join Dr. Jeffrey W. Cupchik for a live virtual workshop based on his successful online course, "Music for Health and Wellbeing." You'll learn how music and sound can enhance your workflow and relaxation during the day, and improve your sleep at night. Based on recent discoveries in empirical research, you'll learn techniques utilizing music/sound for self-compassion, and how changing your tone of voice can increase patient satisfaction. As well, you'll gain 6 key preventive health strategies: ~ How music can help you articulate your emotions, modulate moods, and set the tempo of your day. ~ Practice using music and sound meditatively for augmenting mindfulness and self-compassion in everyday performance. ~ Why your "Compassion Fatigue" is likely "Communication" Fatigue; how to use your spoken voice compassionately (with placement of voice in head, chest, or diaphragm) to ease muscular tension. ~ Discover four keys to transformation through music and sound: improved focus, enhanced energy, sustained flow, and increased relaxation. ~ Learn a guided process into listening to your inner voice. ~ Gain empirically-tested strategies utilizing music/sound micro-interventions in powerful, easily applied methods. Location: Live Virtual Who will benefit from this workshop? Through this event, health care providers are discovering strategies for utilizing music/sound for self-care and for serving their patients. Whether you're a health care professional, student, educator, arts therapist, or meditator, this course provides opportunities to improve the wellbeing of yourself and others. Workshop Director Bio: Dr. Jeffrey Cupchik's book on the Tibetan Buddhist Chöd ritual is forthcoming in 2022. His writings include peer-reviewed journal articles published by the Yale Journal of Music & Religion, Asian Music, Popular Music History, among others. He writes on Buddhist ritual music, music & wellbeing, popular music & religion, including an article on Nelson Mandela's use of megaconcerts for HIV/AIDS prevention. Course Fee: $2997, Group Rate* *EARLY BIRD $2397 (save 20%) for advanced bookings. Discounted group rates available for nurses, residents, frontline health care workers & students. ** Special Discount: Gift a registration seat, save $-50 off the pair. Free Workbook offered to participants, with multiple resources. Learn More: Deadline to Register: ET

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule, please contact us at least 5 days in advance for a full refund. After 5 days before the start date, you will receive a 60% payment back.

Contact Details

+ 1-647-833-7254

Toronto, ON, Canada

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