Update Music Therapy Wed, 1st December 2021, 8:00 pm When words do not help Geist Heidelberg, In dialogue Note: Unfortunately, the event is cancelled due to rising incidence numbers and the uncertain pandemic situation. We are working to find an alternate date. Tickets can be returned at the respective advance booking office. Tickets purchased online will be automatically cancelled through our service provider Reservix. If people cannot communicate with speech alone or are difficult to access, music therapy is often used. Music promotes brain plasticity, helps people relearn speech and fine motor skills after a stroke, is effective for Parkinson’s disease and dementia, against depression, regulates circulation and reduces pain. For children with disabilities, in developmental crises, with attention deficit disorders or violent tendencies, music therapy can help prevent acute problems from becoming chronic. An academic subject for 40 years, versatile, innovative and effective – time for an update music therapy with the latest research findings! With: Prof. Dr. Lutz Neugebauer, Music & Psychotherapist for Children & Adolescents, Witten Simone Soldner-Loescher, certified music therapist, Heidelberg Cordula Reiner-Wormit, graduate music therapist, Waghäusel Prof. Dr. Alexander F. Wormit, Clinical Music Therapy, Heidelberg Moderation: Jörg Tröger, SWR In the context of the International Science Festival – Geist Heidelberg. Hint Unfortunately, the event is cancelled due to rising incidence numbers and the uncertain pandemic situation. We are trying to find an alternative date. Tickets can be returned at the respective advance booking office. Tickets purchased online will be automatically cancelled via our service provider Reservix.