Group Voice Therapy Training
The British Academy of Sound Therapy
Bognor Regis, United Kingdom
- 28th February, 2019 - 3rd March, 2019
Learn how to use a range of vocal techniques to improve health and wellbeing. This course enables you to run professional and potentially transformative voice therapy groups. You can also take this course for personal development (you would not complete coursework and case studies) limited spaces are available for this option.
No previous experience needed
1 x 4 day non-residential module
Easy to use online learning platform
Case study 'test' sessions
Video recordings & further study materials
Recorded learning sessions for case study period
Supported by on-going scientific research
University of Chichester Bognor Regis Campus, Upper Bognor Rd, Bognor Regis, PO21 1HR
28th February 2019 – 3rd March 2019
Earlybird Discount Price £860
Earlybird Ends 30th November 2019
Dip. GVT (BAST)
Full Course Details In Depth
The intensive module will run 28th February – 3rd March 2019.
Day 1 – Vocal Potential and Voice Relaxation
Breath-work, vocal warm-up and vocal development exercises will be experienced and discussed. Develop and free your voice, uncover your vocal potential and learn how to do this for others. We will also explore giving therapeutic voice relaxation sessions using vowel sounds and overtones and therapeutic percussion.
Day 2 – Voice and Movement
PranAma – (a voice and movement meditation practice similar to Tai Chi) will also be practised. This is a technique which is relaxing and balancing for mind, body and emotions.
Day 3 – Vocal Processing Techniques
Today we will work with specific techniques using the breath, movement, visualisation and voice to help improve health and wellbeing. We will also explore the 5Rs Method in more depth.
Day 4 – Transforming Limiting Belief
The Narrative Voicescape process enables you to help people to work with their grief, bereavement, trauma, fears, phobias – anything that holds them back in life. This technique helps people to reframe negative thoughts and behaviours in a new and more positive way.
This course requires you to take part in a community project. Together we will work on our chosen project coordinated and supported by Nicola Kelly, a BAST graduate Mentor with 20 years experience in Community Work specialising in the Arts for Health and Wellbeing. There will be webinars, meetings and templates to support you on the Learning Zone. BAST will collate the final audio files, visuals and data that you’ve gathered individually and create a final project presentation to benefit all.
Earlybird Fee: £860
Full Course Fee: £985
To Qualify For The Earlybird Price, Enrol Before 30th November 2018. After this, full fees apply.