12 May 2006 - 13 May 2006All dayCRASSH

Description

Disciplines in Dialogue: Psychology, Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum

CRASSH, 17 Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1RX

This conference will create an arena in which theorists of differing background and approach can share their experiences and knowledge. The aim is to explore different ways of communicating with people with autism, bringing together researchers from the psychology community with music therapy researchers, who are particularly interested in non-verbal communication.
Convenors
# Philip Hughes (Anglia Ruskin University)
# John Lawson (University of Cambridge)
Speakers:

    * Amelia Oldfield (Anglia Ruskin University)
    * Tony Wigram (Aalborg University, Denmark)
    * Ulla Holck (Aalborg University)
    * John Lawson (Autism Research Centre, University of Cambridge)
    * Ofer Golan (Autism Resarch Centre, University of Cambridge)
    * Sandra Brown (Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Centre)
    * Christine Franke (University of Essex)
    * Fiona Scott (Autism Research Centre, University of Cambridge)
    * Jo Holmes (Croft Unit for Child and Family Psychiatry
    * Marion Polychroniadis (Croft Unit for Child and Family Psychiary)

This conference has been organized by CRASSH in collaboration with the Autism Research Centre, Anglia Ruskin University and the Croft Unit for Child & Family Psychiatry, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust.
 

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