Holistic Voice Therapy Training
Practitioner Level Diploma
Holistic Voice Therapy Training (Practitioner Level Diploma)
This course offers the opportunity for both 1-2-1 and group work.
This course incorporates two very different therapeutic approaches. The first approach, ‘Passive Voice Therapy’ is where the client receives a treatment of gentle tones and overtones (harmonic singing) in a technique designed to place them into a deep state of relaxation similar to deep meditation. Our research has shown that many physical, emotional and mental health benefits can be achieved using this approach.
The second approach, known as ‘Vocal Processing Techniques,’ is where the practitioner supports the client to use voice, breath, movement and visualisation exercises that are relevant to the client’s symptoms/ situation (the practitioner has 22 different techniques to choose from). As well as the research we have conducted, singing has also been shown to increase salivary Immunoglobulin A – one of the body’s primary defence mechanisms
No previous experience needed
2 x 4 day non-residential modules
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
Full Course Details In Depth
‘Fundamental’ – A module delivered through the online Learning Zone
- The key concepts and research underpinning working with the voice as a therapeutic tool
- Introducing the BAST Method of Voice Therapy
- Anatomy and physiology of the vocal mechanism
- Exploring the neuroscience, psychology and our growing body of research on the benefits of therapeutic voice-work
- Complete the online module at home in your own time before the module
The first class-room based intensive module at the University of Chichester, Bognor Regis campus will run 20th February – 23rd February 2020
Day 1 – Vocal Potential and Voice Relaxation
Breath-work, vocal warm-up and vocal development exercises help to develop and free your voice, uncover your vocal. Learn to give voice-bath relaxation sessions using vowel sounds, overtones and therapeutic percussion.
Day 2 – Voice and Movement
PranAma, a voice and movement meditation practice similar to Tai Chi, will 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.
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.
Coursework & Homestudy: 24th February – 19th June 2020
Develop your skills and immerse yourself in therapeutic voice-work through the online Learning Zone. Coursework is estimated to take between 2 – 3 hours a week.
The second class-room based intensive module at the University of Chichester, Bognor Regis campus will run 28th May – 31st May 2020
This module is packed full of practical work where you will feel what it is like to give and receive both passive and active treatments. The reflective process goes deeper as we explore how to work with more complex case studies and how to give relevant exercises to support our clients between sessions.
Case Studies, Webinars and Research Project
Put everything you have learned into practice during a 6-12 month case study period. You will receive webinars to help you through this rewarding part of your learning journey.
Full Course Fee: £1749