Full Access Symposium of Music Therapy Week

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Symposium of Music Therapy Day Pass: Monday, January 13

This conference brings together music therapists from all over the world who present their work to musicians, health professionals, students, families, and music therapists from the region.

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Symposium of Music Therapy Day Pass: Tuesday, January 14

This conference brings together music therapists from all over the world who present their work to musicians, health professionals, students, families, and music therapists from the region.

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Symposium of Music Therapy Day Pass: Wednesday, January 15

This conference brings together music therapists from all over the world who present their work to musicians, health professionals, students, families, and music therapists from the region.

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Symposium of Music Therapy Day Pass: Thursday, January 16

This conference brings together music therapists from all over the world who present their work to musicians, health professionals, students, families, and music therapists from the region.

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Symposium of Music Therapy Day Pass: Friday, January 17

This conference brings together music therapists from all over the world who present their work to musicians, health professionals, students, families, and music therapists from the region.

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What is the Symposium and who is it for?

The mission of the Latin American Symposium of Music Therapy is the dissemination of the theory and practice of music therapy in Latin America. The symposium hopes to be the meeting point between Latin American and world music therapists where it shows, discusses, presents, develops, and shares the different music therapy works of Latin America and the world.

  • Music professionals (performers, composers, arrangers and musicians of all styles interested in knowing about the use of the therapeutic aspects of music)
  • Health professionals (Doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, social workers, and other related professions)
  • Students from areas related to health and music
  • Patients and their families
  • Everyone interested in improving their quality of life through music

 

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