Location: Duermevela Hostel, Segovia, Spain
Dates: 16-23 November 2022
Number of participants: 13 participants
Participating countries: Bulgaria, France, Greece, Italy, Spain
Organizer:Asociación Cultural Células Durmientes
Apply here: application
Deadline to apply: 16 October 2022
Date of Selection: 17 October 2022
Inquiries about this training course: E-Mail: email@example.com
- Participation fee
Participant contribution is 50€. This should be paid in cash on the first day of the training course.
- Accommodation and food
Free accommodation and food.
- Travel reimbursement
We will be able to reimburse your travel costs up to a maximum amount of:
– 20€ for participants from Spain
– 275€ for participants from Italy & France
– 360 for participants from Greece & Poland
You will be reimbursed the exact amount of your travel expenses inside the limit assigned to your country IF you provide us with ALL your travel tickets. Taxi and first class tickets are not covered. The cancellation Insurance is included in this budget.
Here is what you need to do to be reimbursed for your travel costs:
1 – confirm your participation – send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
2 – send your bank info (name of the bank, address of the bank, name of the account holder, SWIFT/BIC, IBAN), and your photo or scan of your ID/passport to email@example.com
3 – keep all your original tickets (including tickets for public transportation) and boarding passes during your trip.
We will collect them on you arrival day. If you won’t have all of them we will be unable to reimburse you.
4 – after your return trip, send us reimbursement form (that you are going to received later) with all your photographed or scanned return tickets & boarding passes by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and after all the originals by post at:
Andrés Sánchez González
Calle Canónigo Juan 4, 4 E
Body, mind & human beings: Connections through Music Therapy
With this project we hope that the participants acquire musical tools and techniques that they can use and share with their partners and with other associations. We also hope to create a book-summary that includes much of the learning that will be done throughout the project, along with reflections and other material that is considered relevant for the future.
Our workshop in Segovia, Spain, NOVEMBER 16th – 23TH, 2022, will invite youth workers and artists to lend their support to involve youth for music therapy.
The participants profile includes youth workers, social workers, facilitators, pedagogues, artists, sociologists and music activists who has their residence in Italy, France, Poland, Bulgaria or Spain. However, all of them should have: a clear interest in the project, be interested in music therapy as a tool, the desire to develop their own personal and professional knowledge, attitudes and skills on this subject and the desire to exchange, interact and work with professionals from different disciplines.
We will try to end the Workshop with a FINAL PERFORMANCE / ACTIVITY WITH LOCAL COMMUNITY to show tools or results about our Music Therapy Training.
Equal opportunities and social inclusion are a matter of vital importance at the international level, for each and every society. However, the reality in which we live is marked by social differences, unfavorable situations and events full of social injustice that make the work for the search for social equity become, at least, complicated.
In this context, this project was born with the idea of providing professionals working in areas related to intervention and social action of music therapy resources and tools. For this, it is proposed to carry out an intervention program for each participant in which they will use the techniques and resources learned throughout the training.
To this end, the objectives pursued are, in the first place, to know and use techniques and dynamics related to sound, music, voice, body language and music therapy aimed at achieving greater social inclusion. Secondly, create an intervention project applied to each participant, which will be carried out later in their usual work environment.
This project is intended for a maximum of 13 participants with a varied profile but who work in social intervention and action. Priority will be given to those who have motor, sensory or other difficulties or who are in some kind of unfavorable situation.
The activities are varied and divided into four main blocks:
- Presentation and closing, exploring musical resources (voice, body, instruments and song)
- Exploration of music therapy methods and techniques (receptive and active)
- Design of an intervention program.
The methodology of the activities will be active, where it will prioritize the experience of these activities in order to be able to apply it. Theoretical and practical sessions will also be combined in small and large groups.