Trauma Informed Care Part 2: Clinical Applications
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In this live class, you will learn basic principles to follow when planning and implementing treatment for individuals who are working through traumatic experiences. Tania will guide you through ethical means of assessing and treating trauma by using 4 case examples in the following settings: Medical, Inpatient Mental Health, Grief & Bereavement, and Wildcard setting to be determined day of the class.
Treatment conceptualization includes consideration of client’s culture and developmental needs. You will have the benefit of hearing from a music therapist with over 20 years of experience working exclusively in the field of child advocacy and trauma in a facility that requires constant learning and continuing education to stay on the cutting edge of research and development for treatment and advocacy.
Trauma is something that touches everyone at some point or another and dealing with traumatic memories is something that music therapists can truly help clients to navigate with our unique understanding of music, the brain, and memory. Trauma informed care is important for all providers to gain mastery in the delivery of care for our clients and patients regardless of setting because the potential for trauma related needs exists in all populations. With our ethics code as a guide, you will be equipped to practice music therapy through a Trauma Informed lens. Cultural considerations are central to conceptualizing treatment of this population. In addition, trauma as a result of experiences within different cultural groups is relevant to this workshop.
By taking this live class, you’ll walk away with…
- 4 case examples studied in detail with the music aspect of the therapeutic process guiding live class instruction
- 12 written application session ideas so you can put theory into practice right away
- Treatment Assessment Model worksheet
- List of Trauma Informed Care resources
- TIC checklist to ensure you’re providing the best care for your client
- A specific tool & worksheet that will help you conceptualize and plan music therapy treatment for your clients who have suffered trauma or abuse
- Confidence that you can work in your scope of practice when someone presents in your case load with a traumatic experience or memory
This course is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 5 CMTEs.
Do you have questions? Special requests? Group access? Student discount? We will work with you!
Send an email to Paige at Info@MusicTherapyEd.com with your specific request, and we will respond with a custom solution just for you. (Paige is a music therapist too! She can help.)
About the Instructor
Tania Cordobés, MMT, MT-BC
As a music therapist and healthcare professional with 30 years of experience, Tania Cordobés, MMT, MT-BC is passionate about helping overcome adversity or trauma whether she is helping therapists grow their therapeutic skills or helping clients work towards better health and wellness. She is trained in traditional Music Therapy, Improvisational Music Therapy, Neurologic Music Therapy, and Guided Imagery and Music. She is also trained in many specific protocols for treatment of trauma including TF-CBT and most recently trained in EMDR, ASSYST, and PRESCI protocols.
Tania recently celebrated her 20th anniversary at Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County where she facilitates individual and group therapy sessions in Spanish and English, from intake to discharge for trauma survivors and their non-offending family members. During the lockdown phase of the pandemic in 2020 she presented to the programs department on trauma informed care skill application as frontline workers noticed an increased need for trauma informed applications in every aspect of the work.
An active member of state and national organizations, Tania has participated in several programs and committees in addition to her role as a music therapist. She has presented and taught continuing education workshops on music therapy and trauma at the local, state, national, and international levels.
“I enjoyed how the smallest details were explained. Signs and symptoms of trauma that I had overlooked previously now make more sense.”
“I feel more grounded and validated in my clinical work. Tania’s authentic delivery articulates the therapeutic underpinnings of music therapy through trauma-informed care.”
“I will absolutely use this CMTE as a springboard to explore other areas like EMDR, the Neurosequential Model, etc.”
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CBMT Relationship: Trauma Informed Care Part 2: Clinical Applications with Tania Cordobés, MMT, MT-BC is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 5 Continuing Music Therapy Education credits. Sound Health Music, Approved Provider #P-110, maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria. Please view the required CBMT information.