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TAKETINA

THERAPY TRAINING 

TAKETINA THERAPY TRAINING 

DECADES OF SUCCESS IN RHYTHM, MUSIC AND THERAPY…

“We’ve successfully used TaKeTiNa in our clinic as a form of rhythm therapy for the last 25 years. The experience of using rhythm in a group to help “lose oneself and find oneself again and anchor oneself more securely in the self” is a fundamental and enormously beneficial part of the psychosomatic inpatient treatment.”

Dr. Joachim Galuska
Director of the Heiligenfeld Clinic,
worked therapeutically with TaKeTiNa for many years

TaKeTiNa in Therapy Training

The TaKeTiNa process developed by Reinhard Flatischler uses the healing and transformative effects of rhythm by directly mirroring behaviour in response to rhythmic events.

As a part of this music therapeutic process for individuals and groups, patients learn to use the tension between states of rhythmic order and rhythmic chaos to help explore inner mental states. They experience how rhythm can reveal inner conflicts, making them conscious so that against the background of current needs, new ways of dealing with problems can be found.

Rhythm therapists use rhythm in different contexts: in clinics for psychosomatic medicine, in psychotherapy rehabilitation clinics, in pain clinics, in drug rehabilitation clinics and in outpatient psychotherapy clinics where they apply the healing and transformative power of rhythm competently and effectively.

Leaders

Participants in this therapy training will be taught by the three teachers, Frank Rihm, Bettina Berger and Reinhard Flatischler, who will guide them with logical structured methods to actively develop therapeutic relationships with individuals and groups

The rhythm work and therapeutic conversations come together…

Participants will learn how to extract essential information from clients whilst keeping them both “in the moment” and showing them how to work on themselves.

Aspiring rhythm therapists learn how to use resistance and projection, transference and projective identification to draw their clients into a positive therapeutic process.

They will learn intervention techniques to help their clients explore their inner worlds, to discover deep-seated conflicts and structural problems and resolve issues through new therapeutic experiences.

Finally, this therapy training will also teach them how to close the therapeutic process so that the client can integrate the process – triggered by TaKeTiNa – effectively. The rhythm work and therapeutic conversations will come together to bring new insights and new qualities to a therapeutic relationship.

Training Highlights

  • The use of TaKeTiNa to develop rhythmic musical competence
  • Learning the musical instruments needed for the TaKeTiNa process
  • How to use TaKeTiNa in a therapeutic context
  • How to relate verbal and non-verbal components of the therapeutic approach (talking whilst drumming for example)
  • How to use rhythm and processes triggered by it as the basis of a psychodynamic understanding
  • Experience working with the tension between transmission and counter transmission
  • Intra-psychological conflict resolution techniques versus inner structure building techniques
  • Dealing with difficult or special individual and group situations

Instruments

The instruments used in rhythm therapy are adapted for use with small groups as well as single clients and speech therapies. A tuneable frame drum which can be played with sticks as well as by hand replaces the surdo drum, the berimbau is fastened to a stand so the therapist can play berimbau and drums together. This makes it possible to work with dramatic rhythmic energies even in very small groups and with individuals.

Who is this training for?

This training in TaKeTiNa rhythm music therapy is aimed at people in caring and therapeutic professions who want a basic training in rhythm and to use it as a tool and healing art: doctors, psychologists, movement therapists, music therapists, art therapists, physiotherapists, physical therapists, nurses, health practitioners, occupational therapists, speech therapists for example.

DECADES OF SUCCESS IN RHYTHM, MUSIC AND THERAPY…

“We’ve successfully used TaKeTiNa in our clinic as a form of rhythm therapy for the last 25 years. The experience of using rhythm in a group to help ‘lose oneself and find oneself again and anchor oneself more securely in the self’ is a fundamental and enormously beneficial part of the psychosomatic inpatient treatment.”

Dr. Joachim Galuska
Director of the Heiligenfeld Clinic,
worked therapeutically with TaKeTiNa for many years

TaKeTiNa in Therapy

The TaKeTiNa process developed by Reinhard Flatischler uses the healing and transformative effects of rhythm by directly mirroring behaviour in response to rhythmic events.

As a part of this music therapeutic process for individuals and groups, patients learn to use the tension between states of rhythmic order and rhythmic chaos to help explore inner mental states. They experience how rhythm can reveal inner conflicts, making them conscious so that against the background of current needs, new ways of dealing with problems can be found.

Rhythm therapists use rhythm in different contexts: in clinics for psychosomatic medicine, in psychotherapy rehabilitation clinics, in pain clinics, in drug rehabilitation clinics and in outpatient psychotherapy clinics where they apply the healing and transformative power of rhythm competently and effectively.

Leaders

Participants in this training will be taught by the three teachers, Frank Rihm, Bettina Berger and Reinhard Flatischler, who will guide them with logical structured methods to actively develop therapeutic relationships with individuals and groups

The rhythm work and therapeutic conversations come together…

Participants will learn how to extract essential information from clients whilst keeping them both ‘in the moment’ and showing them how to work on themselves.

Aspiring rhythm therapists learn how to use resistance and projection, transference and projective identification to draw their clients into a positive therapeutic process.

They will learn intervention techniques to help their clients explore their inner worlds, to discover deep-seated conflicts and structural problems and resolve issues through new therapeutic experiences.

Finally, this training will also teach them how to close the therapeutic process so that the client can integrate the process – triggered by TaKeTiNa – effectively. The rhythm work and therapeutic conversations will come together to bring new insights and new qualities to a therapeutic relationship.

Training Highlights

  • The use of TaKeTiNa to develop rhythmic musical competence
  • Learning the musical instruments needed for the TaKeTiNa® process
  • How to use TaKeTiNa in a therapeutic context
  • How to relate verbal and non-verbal components of the therapeutic approach (talking whilst drumming for example)
  • How to use rhythm and processes triggered by it as the basis of a psychodynamic understanding
  • Experience working with the tension between transmission and counter transmission
  • Intra-psychological conflict resolution techniques versus inner structure building techniques
  • Dealing with difficult or special individual and group situations

Instruments

The instruments used in rhythm therapy are adapted for use with small groups as well as single clients and speech therapies. A tuneable frame drum which can be played with sticks as well as by hand replaces the surdo drum, the berimbau is fastened to a stand so the therapist can play berimbau and drums together. This makes it possible to work with dramatic rhythmic energies even in very small groups and with individuals.

Who is this training for?

This training in TaKeTiNa Rhythm Therapy is aimed at people in caring and therapeutic professions who want a basic training in rhythm and to use it as a tool and healing art: doctors, psychologists, movement therapists, music therapists, art therapists, physiotherapists, physical therapists, nurses, health practitioners, occupational therapists, speech therapists for example.

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