Hello, fellow music therapists! In my last post, I shared a video interview with Dr. Melita Belgrave, assistant professor of music therapy at the University of Missouri – Kansas City, covering the basic idea of intergenerational music therapy – what it is, who it benefits, and how to get started. As promised, today’s video is especially for you music therapists out there who are interested in working in intergenerational music therapy, with some tips for successful intergenerational groups. Watch this very short video for insights on how to structure and facilitate some great intergenerational music-making.
Are you already working in intergenerational music therapy groups? What other tips would you add? Please contribute your advice in the comments section below!
P.S. In case you missed the last video from Dr. Belgrave on intergenerational music therapy, click here to watch it now.