Musical Interventions with STST Dissonance to Harmony


September 27, 2019 - September 28, 2019

Comfort Inn and Suites 8255 166 St, Surrey, BC V4N 5R8

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Satir Institute of the PacificFrom Dissonance to Harmony

Integrating Musical Interventions with Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy

Don't miss out on this one time opportunity with Beth Nemesh, PhD, MT-BC, LMFT
visiting International Satir Trainer from Israel

Friday September 27 and Saturday September 28, 2019
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

at the Comfort Inn and Suites, Tynehead Room

** Pre-Requisite - Must have prior knowledge of the Satir model recommended Level 1 TST or another STST program approved by the Director of Training

Program Description

The goal of this experiential workshop is to familiarize professionals with the power of integrating music with Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy. Music is used to address personal and interpersonal goals. Musical interventions provide new skills which can be implemented in clinical work with individuals, couples and families. Music provides a relaxed and fun space for creative expression in the process of growth and change.

This 2-day musical workshop is a unique opportunity for personal and professional development. It provides professionals with an array of experiential exercises using musical instruments, recorded and improvised music, songs, and voice.

Prior musical background is not required!

  • Musical coping stances

Using musical instrument, voice and movement the stances come alive. Adding a new and unique musical component to Satir’s coping stances will help explore their impact on communication and relationships. Harmony, balance, congruence and peace gain new significance.

  • Musical sculpting

Musical instruments act as catalysts for surfacing our childhood experiences. Sculpting with Music helps externalize our internal iceberg, family dynamics, communication, interactions and family roles which offers an innovative nonverbal experience of the impacts of our family of origin and an opportunity to let go of past negative impacts experiences.

  • Musical Mandala

A musical exploration of personal resources. We will use music to explore and create our Musical Mandala of resources, becoming aware of their inter-balance and relationships.  Improvising with new options for employing our internal resources, seeking musical and internal balance and harmony.

  • Our Many Voices

The voice is a mirror to our soul and reflects our self. Singing and vocal expression is an ancient healing practice, many cultures teach us to avoid vocalizing as an expression of our self. The objective of this experience is to raise awareness to our personal voice as part of who we are. New experiences broaden our possibilities and choice-making that transforms and empowers our voice. It is an important step for self-revelation and acquiring inner harmony, self-acceptance and personal growth.

with Beth Nemesh, PhD, MT-BC, LMFT

Beth Nemesh, has a PhD in Expressive Arts Therapies. A licensed Marital Family Therapist, a Board-Certified Music Therapist and a Certified Body-Mind Psychotherapist. Beth trained in the Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy (STST) in Israel and Canada since 2006. She is a co-founder of the Israel Satir Institute of the Galilee for professional development and integration of expressive arts with the Satir model.

Beth has been working with children, adolescents, couples and families since 1999. She has researched the field of family music therapy from both music therapy and family therapy perspectives. Beth has published in academic journals and presented at national and international conferences. She has been conducting workshops, teaching and training counselors and therapists in Israel, US and China. Beth advocates for the integration of expressive arts in family therapy training, emphasizing the innovative use and integration of musical interventions with Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy.

The healing power of music can be traced from Shamanic ancient times to current music therapies. Contemporary neuroscience can now give us clear imaging and more explanations as to how music impacts our physical, psychological and spiritual wellbeing. Music bypasses habitual behaviors and internal censors. It taps into unconscious memories, offering new insights and a potential space for new awareness and change.

Cancellation Policy - Refunds minus a $50 administration fee before September 6, 2019, no refund after September 6, 2019.

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Dissonance to Harmony - Sept 27, 28, 2019



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Cindi Mueller, Administrator
604-634-0572
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