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1 Caine College of the Arts Department of Music Music 1310 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THERAPY Fall Semester, Credit Hours Monday and Wednesday, 8:30-9:20 AM Chase Fine Arts, Room 222 Letha Winger, M.Ed., SCMT, MT-BC Telephone: Office Hours: By appointment COURSE DESCRIPTION: An introduction to the theory and practice of music therapy. The course includes an overview of several different approaches to music therapy with various clinical populations. Aspects of the dynamics between therapist, client and music will be explored and experienced. COURSE OBJECTIVES: 1. To develop knowledge regarding music therapy as a profession, including historical background, current state of the music therapy discipline, professional music therapy organizations, clinical settings served, client populations and education and certification requirements for music therapy practitioners. (AMTA Professional Competencies: 10.1, 10.2, 10.5, 17.1, 17.2, 17.14) 2. To begin to acquire knowledge about the role of music and the music therapist in the music therapy process. (AMTA Professional Competencies: 11.1 and 12.1) 3. To explore the musical self and investigate the human phenomenon connected with music. (AMTA Professional Competencies: 10.3, 10.4, 10.5) 4. To develop an understanding of the theoretical basis of music therapy. (AMTA Professional Competencies: 10.1, 10.5) 5. To develop knowledge of music therapy treatment strategies with various client populations. (AMTA Professional Competency: 10.2) 6. To begin to acquire knowledge of the professional literature and individuals who have made significant contributions to the field. (AMTA Professional Competencies: 10.1, 20.1) 7. To become aware of and begin to develop professional ethical standards maintained by those professionals holding the MT-BC credential. (AMTA Professional Competencies 17.1, 17.2, 17.3, 17.6, 17.8, 17.9) PRE-CLINICAL INTERNSHIP HOURS: 2.0 Hours (See Major Assignment #2)

2 REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS and COURSE READINGS: Davis, W.B., Gfeller, K.E., & Thaut, M.H. (2008). An Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Music Therapy, (3 rd Ed.). Silver Spring, MD: American Music Therapy Association. Selected readings and journal articles as assigned. MAJOR ASSIGNMENTS: Careful planning of your academic requirements in all your classes will help you from becoming overwhelmed with several assignments due at the same time. In this class, you are welcome to submit your assignments before the due date if you so choose. Assignment #1: Personal Journey with Music 50 points Choose a piece of music that best represents a major time period in your life or a specific personal experience. The selection may be either instrumental or vocal, written and/or recorded by someone else, or a work of your own. While listening to this selection create a mandala. (An explanation of the mandala and examples of such will be given in class.) Write a brief narrative [typed, onesided, font size 12, Times/Times New Roman, 1-2 pages, double-spaced; include the complete title of the work, artist/composer] of your personal experience with this specific selection and explain why you have selected it for this assignment. Please use poster board (size and weight) on which to create your mandala. Write about your experience of drawing the mandala, and what the images therein represent to you. As time permits, students will be invited to share their Personal Journey and accompanying mandala with the class. Please remember to bring your mandala to class with you on the due date. The class experiential for this assignment is September 12 th and 14th, For grading purposes, please take a picture of your mandala and submit it with your typed written narrative and an MP3 file or link to a legal copy of the music you selected via Canvas. If your photograph doesn t allow the instructor to see the detail you have created on the mandala, please submit the physical copy of your mandala separately and make sure it is labeled with your name. Assignment #2: Clinical Observation 50 points; 2.0 Pre-Clinical Internship Hours AMTA requires undergraduate music therapy students to accumulate 180 preclinical internship hours during the course of their academic program. This assignment is part of that requirement. Students will be given access to video recordings of several music therapy sessions to observe. Each student will observe at least one of the first two USU music therapy student video sessions (Sunshine Terrace and the USU Developmental Skills Center) and then choose at least 2 of the MT-BC video clips, which are shorter. Students will then submit a two-page narrative (anecdotal) report describing their personal observations and reactions to the selected sessions. The video files are located on Canvas under the Pages tab, then Clinical Observation Media Links.

3 The following points should be addressed in your paper: 1) Describe the clients and clinical setting(s). What were the presenting needs of the client(s)? What client strengths did you notice? 2) What clinical goals were being addressed? 3) Describe in detail the type of musical activities/interventions being used and how these interventions addressed the problems and goals indicated. 4) Discuss your perception of client response to the session. (How effective was the treatment?) 5) How does observing this session increase your understanding of the role of the therapist, client, and the music, or music therapy in general? This observation report is due on or before Oct. 24 th, Total viewing time should be between minutes. Assignment #3: Music Therapy Fact Sheet 50 points Although established in the United States as a recognized allied health professional in 1950, many people still remain uninformed as to what music therapy is. For this assignment, students will prepare a bulleted, one page Fact Sheet defining music therapy. It may be in single-sheet or pamphlet form. This fact sheet should be thought of as a summary providing a basic understanding to a reader who knows nothing about music therapy. Students should synthesis their presented facts from professional journals and related music therapy texts or materials read, websites related to music therapy, and acquired knowledge. Please cite sources in APA format on the back or last panel of your fact sheet. The fact sheet must include 10 facts defining music therapy. It should be visually appealing and easy to understand and read. To see an example of a fact sheet, visit the American Music Therapy Association website (musictherapy.org) or other websites hosting information related to music therapy. Please cite sources when using quotes from references. An assignment rubric can be found on Canvas. This assignment is part of an assignment in MUSC 4330: Clinical and Professional Issues, which music therapy students take during their last semester in the Music Therapy Program. With this in mind, it is best if students create a quality product and make sure that they save it for future use. Please bring a printed copy to class on or before October 31 st, Assignment #4: Music Therapy Report 150 Points Each student will select an aspect of music therapy that interests them. This could be a music therapy technique-- such as improvisation, a particular population served-- such as children with Asperger s, or some other element of music therapy practice/theory. Students will research the specifics of their topic using no less than 5 sources. A course textbook will be used as one of the sources and the remaining 4 sources must be taken from articles contained in either the Journal of Music Therapy or Music Therapy Perspectives. Scholarly journals are available in the Merrill-Cazier Library on the 2 nd floor. There are CD s available from AMTA (which included publications only until 2003) available in the Music Therapy

4 Student Resource Room (219) and on reserve in the Merrill-Cazier Library and can be checked out for a 3-hour-loan period. Check-points for this assignment throughout the semester will be made. The following are due dates associated with this assignment completion. Failure to complete these check-point assignments will result in a deduction to your participation grade, but will not factor into the final grade for this assignment. The check-points are as follows: Research Paper Topic: DUE Oct. 10 th, 2016 Annotated bibliography on 4 articles: DUE Nov. 9 th, 2016 The grading criteria for this report will be based on content, adherence to APA format, and the professional quality of the work. Please limit your paper to no more than 5 pages, one-sided, double-spaced, 12-font. A grading rubric can be found on Canvas. Please remember that plagiarism will not be tolerated. Any reference to opinions and facts expressed in your sources must be cited in APA format in the body of your report. This report is due on Dec. 5 th, You will be asked to make a verbal summary of your report to the class on either Dec. 5 th or Dec. 7 th. Assignment #5: Attendance & Class Participation Assignments: 200 points Students are expected to be in class and be prepared for discussion, having read the assigned reading material beforehand. Students will be asked to verbally share comprehension of the reading material in class. Points are awarded based on preparation to contribute meaningfully to the discussion as well as attendance. Points are awarded daily based on attendance, demonstrated knowledge of assigned readings, as well as 'check-point' assignments related to the Music Therapy Report. Assignment #6: Final Exam in 2 Sections: 200 points Students will complete the final exam in 2 sections. Testing on the first section will take place on Oct. 12 th, 2016 in class. Testing on the second section will take place on Nov. 30 th, 2016, also in class. If students are satisfied with their scores achieved on these two exam section attempts, they may opt out of the repeat exam given during finals week. If, however, they would like to score better on either or both of the exam sections, they may choose to re-take on Dec. 12 th, 2016 at 7:30 am. COURSE ALLOCATION OF POINTS: Major Assignment #1 Personal Journey Major Assignment #2 Clinical Observation Major Assignment #3 Fact Sheet Major Assignment #4 MT Research Paper Major Assignment #5 Class Participation Major Assignment #6 -- Final Exam (2 100 pts each) 50 points 50 points 50 points 150 points 200 points 200 points TOTAL POINTS = 700

5 GRADING & GRADING SCALE: Grades reflect total points accumulated on all quizzes, major assignments, exams, attendance and participation. Minimum acceptable grade for students matriculated in the music therapy program is a B-. Grade Percent Points Grade Percent Points A C A C B D B D B F < 60 < 420 C At the discretion of the instructor, chronic unexcused tardiness and absences, and absences in excess of three, may result in points deducted from the students overall grade. Students should be prepared to participate in class discussions. NOTE: If a student has a disability that will likely require some accommodation by the instructor, the student must inform the instructor and document the disability through the Disability Resource Center, preferably during the first week of the course. In cooperation with the Disability Resource Center, course materials can be provided in alternative formats, i.e. large print, audio recordings, diskette or Braille. ACADEMIC CALENDAR FALL 2016 MUSIC 1310, Introduction to Music Therapy, is a 2-credit course. You should expect to spend approximately 6 hours weekly for class preparation and assignments. WEEK 1 08/29 Course Overview and Introductions 08/31 Syllabus and Expressive Art Therapies WEEK 2 09/05 Labor Day Campus Closed 09/07 Defining Music Therapy/Populations Served Davis, Gfeller, & Thaut (DG&T): pp WEEK 3 09/12 Personal Journey Sharing DUE: PERSONAL JOURNEY 09/14 Personal Journey Sharing.

6 WEEK 4 09/19 Music: A Human Phenomenon and Therapeutic Tool DG&T: pp /21 Historical Overview of Music Therapy DG&T: pp ; WEEK 5 09/26 Scholarly Publications/Research in Music Therapy Overview of library and Music Therapy Research Paper assignment DG&T: pp ; ; ; ; /28 Music Therapy Treatment Process DG&T: pp WEEK 6 10/03 Music Therapy Approaches DG&T: pp /05 The Music Therapy Session: Identifying what s going on Review of Clinical Observation assignment WEEK 7 10/10 REVIEW FOR EXAM: SECTION 1 DUE: MUSIC THERAPY REPORT TOPIC 10/12 EXAM: SECTION 1 WEEK 8 10/17 Music Therapy for Children and Adults with Intellectual Disabilities & Music Therapy in Special Education DG&T: pp ; Review of Fact Sheet Assignment 10/19 NO CLASS: Complete Clinical Observations WEEK 9 10/24 Music Therapy for Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder DG&T: pp DUE: CLINICAL OBSERVATION 10/26 Music Therapy for Children and Adults with Physical Disorders DG&T: pp

7 WEEK 10 10/31 Music Therapy with Aging Adults DG&T: pp DUE: FACT SHEET Review Annotated Bibliography assignment 11/02 Music Therapy for Persons with Behavioral and Emotional Disorders DG&T: pp WEEK 11 11/07 Music Therapy in Correctional Psychiatry DG&T: pp /09 Music Therapy in Neurologic Rehabilitation DG&T: pp DUE: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON 4 ARTICLES WEEK 12 11/14 Music Therapy, Medicine and Wellbeing DG&T: pp /16 Music Therapy in Hospice/Palliative Care DG&T: pp WEEK 13 11/21 Music Therapy in the Treatment of Sensory Disorders: Hearing & Vision DG&T: pp /23 NO CLASS: Thanksgiving Break --- Campus Closed WEEK 14 11/30 REVIEW FOR EXAM: SECTION 2 12/02 EXAM: SECTION 2 WEEK 15 12/07 Music Therapy Report Sharing DUE: MUSIC THERAPY REPORT 12/09 Music Therapy Report Sharing/Course synthesis FINAL EXAMINATION: Monday, Dec. 12 h : 7:30 9:20 AM

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