“Introducing music therapy to therapists who do not specialise in music”

This program is targeted at clinical psychotherapists and psycho-social care service providers who do not specialise in music therapy. During the sessions, you will learn how to clinically use music as an expression and how music therapy can be used to increase resilience and prevent PTSD. We will be welcoming an lecturer from Israel who has over 20 years of clinical experience in music therapy.
Place and Time
Date: February 13th (Sat) and 14th (Sun) 10-17
Place: Wako Univeristy campus
Contact: contact@jisp-tohoku.org
Participation fee
20,000 yen (for 2 days)
Who is this program for?
Clinical psychotherapists, medical service providers, specialists who practice psychotherapy,
graduate students who have a basic knowledge or training in psychotherapy
How to Apply
Please email contact@jisp-tohoku.org with the following title and information.
Title: Application for JICTER
Additional information: 1. Name 2. Vocation and company 3. Contact address or number
Please note that we will confirm your application after you have deposited the participation fee.
Dr Adva Frank Schwebel
Adva Frank-Schwebel(MA, RMT) Was raised in South America and lives in Israel. She has worked as a music therapist for more than 20 years in the fields of child psychiatry, eating disorders, and emotional and interpersonal disorders with children and adults. She works in Jerusalem in private practice, teaches and supervises in the Institute for Arts Therapy in the David Yellin College in Jerusalem, and in Br Ilan University.