Rosanne Tyas

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Rosanne Tyas has worked with a variety of client groups for over 30 years including children and adults with a learning disability, adults with mental health needs and dual diagnosis and adults with a neuro-disability. She is .presently professional lead for Music Therapy at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability. She has written articles and provided lectures for music therapy students. She has a supervision practise.

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Emotional Support and Adaption: Considering emotional aspects of music therapy with people with a neuro-disability.

The seminar will outline, with examples of case studies, how music therapy can assist people with a neuro-disability to express emotions, adjust to their present level of functioning and contribute to an improved quality of life. Client application will include people who have suffered a brain injury and those who have a diagnosis of Huntington''s Disease. Techniques included will be song writing, song singing, instrumental improvisation and music listening.

Rosanne Tyas will be speaking in the following theatre:

Theatre 7 - Wednesday 12.30 - 13.00: Emotional Support and Adaption: Considering emotional aspects of music therapy with people with a neuro-disability.

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