Training Courses 2019/2020 in San Diego, CA The maximum number of participants is limited to 10. SIPARI® I           April 2019 (26th-27th) SIPARI® II June 2019 (21st-22nd) SIPARI® III         starting in July 2019 (in the respective institution of the participants) SIPARI® IV        January 2020 (24th-25th) Fees: SIPARI® I - IV per course: 1.050,-US$ Supervision course: 1.250,-US$ If you are interested in further information please contact:
Jungblut,    M.    &    Aldridge,    D.    (2004):    Musik    als    Brücke    zur    Sprache    –    die    musiktherapeutische    Behandlungsmethode    “SIPARI®“    bei Langzeitaphasikern. Neurologie & Rehabilitation, 10 (2): 69-78. Jungblut,   M.   (2005):   Music   therapy   for   people   with   chronic   aphasia:   a   controlled   study.   In:   Aldridge,   D.   (Ed.):   Music   therapy   and   neurological rehabilitation. Performing health.  Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London and Philadelphia, 189-211. Jungblut,   M.   Gerhard,   H.   &   Aldridge,   D.   (2006):   Die   Wirkung   einer   spezifischen   musiktherapeutischen   Behandlung   auf   die   sprachlichen Leistungen eines chronisch kranken Globalaphasikers – eine Falldarstellung. Neurologie & Rehabilitation 12 (6), 339-347. Jungblut,   M.,   Suchanek,   M.,   Gerhard,   H.   (2009):   Long-term   recovery   from   chronic   Global   aphasia:   a   case   report.   Music   &   Medicine,   Vol.   1,   No. 1, 61-69.  Jungblut,   M.   (2009):   SIPARI®:   a   music   therapy   intervention   for   patients   suffering   with   chronic,   nonfluent   aphasia.   Music   &   Medicine,   Vol.   1, No. 2., 102-105 . Jungblut,   M.,   Huber,   W.,   Pustelniak,   M.,   Schnitker,   R.,   M.   (2009):   The   neural   substrates   of   chanted   vowel   changes   in   rhythm   sequences. NeuroImage, 47 (1): S119. Jungblut, M. (2010): SIPARI® Musikunterstützte Sprachanbahnung bei chronischer Aphasie. Aphasie und verwandte Gebiete, 1, 69-79. Jungblut,   M.,   Huber,   W.,   Pustelniak,   M.,   Schnitker,   R.   (2011):   Neuronale   Korrelate   rhythmischer   Strukturen   beim   Singen   -   eine   fMRT-Studie. Neurologie & Rehabilitation, 17 (1): 33-39. Jungblut,   M.,   Huber,   W.,   Pustelniak,   M.   and   Schnitker,   R.   (2012):   The   impact   of   rhythm   complexity   on   brain   activation   during   simple   singing   - an event-related fMRI study. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 30 (1): 39-53. Jungblut,   M.,   Huber,   W.,   Mais,   C.   and   Schnitker,   R.   (2014):   Paving   the   way   for   speech:   Voice-training-induced   plasticity   in   chronic   aphasia   and apraxia of speech - three single cases. Neural Plasicity, Article ID 841982, 14 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/841982. Jungblut,   M.   (2014):   SIPARI®   bei   chronischer   Aphasie   und   Sprechapraxie   –   Was   fMRT-Untersuchungen   zeigen.   Aphasie   und   verwandte Gebiete,3, 29-36. Jungblut,   M.,   Huber,   W.,   Schnitker,   R.   (2016):   Rhythm   structure   influences   auditory-motor   interaction   during   anticipatory   listening   to   simple singing. Journal of Speech Pathology & Therapy, 1: 108.doi:10.4172/jspt.1000108.

The  

SIPARI®  

therapy  

was  

developed  

by  

Dr.  

Jungblut  

and  

is  

applied  

exclusively  

by  

trained  

and  

certified

therapists  

or  

Dr.  

Jungblut  

herself.  

Those,  

who  

are  

interested  

in  

this  

treatment  

should  

check  

that  

the  

 

providing therapist successfully completed the SIPARI® trainings.

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Evidence-based music-supported therapy

for chronic aphasia patients

The    Institute    for    Interdisciplinary    Music-    and    Speech-Therapy      offers   trainings   for   a   maximum   of   100   therapists   in   the   USA   till 2025   in   San   Diego,   CA.   These   trainings   will   be   conducted   by   Dr. Monika   Jungblut.   This   page   addresses   those,   who   are   interested in    getting    trained    in    the    SIPARI®-method.    The    method    is    a directed     music-supported     treatment     approach     developed     to improve   language   and   speech   capabilities   of   patients   suffering from    chronic    aphasia.    This    method    is    made    up    specifically    of S inging,     I ntonation,     P rosody,     breathing     (German:     A tmung), R hythm, and I mprovisation as essential elements.
Treatment   objectives   using   SIPARI®   include   improving   linguistic, motor,   and   cognitive   functions   and   thereby   supporting   speech- motor    processes    and    those    speech-systematic    processes    that encourage planning and sequencing performance. IIn   2010   SIPARI®   was   included   in   the   Cochrane   Review   “Music therapy       for       acquired       brain       injury”       in       the       category “communication”   as   the   only   evidence-based   method    ref.:   Bradt   J, Magee   WL,   Dileo   C,   Wheeler   BL,   McGilloway   E.   Music   therapy   for   acquired brain   injury.   Cochrane   Database   of   Systematic   Reviews   2010,   Issue   7.   Art. No.: CD006787. DOI: 10.1002/14651858. CD006787.pub2.

The training 

SIPARI® I-IV: 

aims   

at   

those   

therapists   

with   

a   

deep   

knowledge   

of   

aphasia

working  

in  

the  

field  

of  

neurological  

rehabilitation.  

A  

prerequisite

for   

participation   

in   

this   

training   

is   

a   

postgraduate   

study   

in   

the

fields   

of   

music   

therapy,   

logopedics   

or   

linguistics   

followed   

by   

a

minimum   

of   

3   

years   

of   

therapeutical   

occupation   

with   

aphasia

patients.    

An    

additional    

requirement    

for    

participation    

is    

the

knowledge   

of   

relevant   

clinical   

basics   

of   

aphasia   

and   

speech

perception,    

syndrome    

classification,    

aetiology,    

epidemiology,

pathogenesis  

as  

well  

as  

concomitant  

symptoms.  

The  

training  

is

structured  

in  

4  

parts  

starting  

with  

two  

2-day  

workshops  

followed

by  

practical  

work  

with  

patients  

for  

6  

months  

supervised  

by  

Dr.

Jungblut and the final 2-day examination course.

The   Institute   for   Interdisciplinary   Music-   and   Speech- Therapy   ensures   that   the   number   of   licensed   SIPARI® therapists   in   the   USA   will   be   limited   to   a   maximum   of 100 therapists till 2025.

The training is structured as follows

SIPARI® I: will     introduce     to     the     resource-oriented     and     training-centred treatment     concept.     Basic     theoretical     fundamentals     will     be explained   and   the   parallels   of   speech-   and   music-perception   will be   demonstrated.      As   an   essential   part   of   the   course,   participants get     to     know     musical     effectiveness     by     playing     instruments themselves   or   using   their   own   voice.   Musical   education   is   not   an obligatory   requirement.   However,   participants   should   be   willing   to let   themselves   in   for   contact   with   music   actively   and   open-minded. Furthermore,   practical   work   with   patients   on   the   basis   of   specific training   situations   will   be   demonstrated   in   order   to   give   an   insight into the treatment repertoire.
SIPARI® II: will   impart   theoretical   knowledge   on   the   six   components   of   the treatment   method   taking   account   of   neurophysiological   as   well   as psychotherapeutical   aspects.   There   will   also   be   a   self-awareness part     and     detailed     practical     demonstration     of     the     different components     of     the     SIPARI®     method,     thus     preparing     the participants for practical work with the patients. SIPARI® III: will    concentrate    on    supervised    practical    6    months’    work    with aphasia   patients   at   the   participant’s   institution,   a   period   where   the participants   will   gather   experience   with   the   use   of   the   SIPARI® method,   submit   reports   regularly   as   well   as   video   sequences   of their   work   to   the   trainer   and   get   feedback.   The   fee   for   this   course includes supervision by Dr. Jungblut. SIPARI® IV: will   constitute   the   final   qualification   and   certification   course,   which consists   of   a   theoretical   and   practical   examination   (written   test and   oral   case   description   illustrated   by   video   material   showing   the application     of     the     methodological     principles     of     the     SIPARI® treatment).   After   successful   completion   of   the   course,   a   certificate will    be    given    with    the    permission    to    independently    apply    the method for a period of 3 years. Supervision courses: in   order   to   assure   quality   control,   supervision   courses   are   offered for    recertification    at    regular    intervals,    which    after    successful completion   will   allow   the   participants   to   continue   their   work   with SIPARI®   for   another   3   years.   These   3-day   courses   will   update   the knowledge     of     the     participants     and     improve     their     treatment repertoire.

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S I P A R I ® 

music-supported training for patients with

language and motor speech disorders

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S I P A R I ® 

music-supported training for patients with

language and motor speech disorders

Training 

Training Courses 2019/2020 in San Diego, CA The maximum number of participants is limited to 10. SIPARI® I           April 2019 (26th-27th) SIPARI® II June 2019 (21st-22nd) SIPARI® III         starting in July 2019 (in the respective institution of the participants) SIPARI® IV        January 2020 (24th-25th) Fees: SIPARI® I - IV per course: 1.050,-US$ Supervision course: 1.250,-US$ If you are interested in further information please contact:
Jungblut,    M.    &    Aldridge,    D.    (2004):    Musik    als    Brücke    zur    Sprache    –    die musiktherapeutische             Behandlungsmethode             “SIPARI®“             bei Langzeitaphasikern. Neurologie & Rehabilitation, 10 (2): 69-78. Jungblut,   M.   (2005):   Music   therapy   for   people   with   chronic   aphasia:   a   controlled study.   In:   Aldridge,   D.   (Ed.):   Music   therapy   and   neurological   rehabilitation. Performing   health.      Jessica   Kingsley   Publishers,   London   and   Philadelphia, 189-211. Jungblut,   M.   Gerhard,   H.   &   Aldridge,   D.   (2006):   Die   Wirkung   einer   spezifischen musiktherapeutischen   Behandlung   auf   die   sprachlichen   Leistungen   eines chronisch   kranken   Globalaphasikers   –   eine   Falldarstellung.   Neurologie   & Rehabilitation 12 (6), 339-347. Jungblut,   M.,   Suchanek,   M.,   Gerhard,   H.   (2009):   Long-term   recovery   from   chronic Global aphasia: a case report. Music & Medicine, Vol. 1, No. 1, 61-69.  Jungblut,   M.   (2009):   SIPARI®:   a   music   therapy   intervention   for   patients   suffering with chronic, nonfluent aphasia. Music & Medicine, Vol. 1, No. 2., 102-105 . Jungblut,    M.,    Huber,    W.,    Pustelniak,    M.,    Schnitker,    R.,    M.    (2009):    The    neural substrates   of   chanted   vowel   changes   in   rhythm   sequences.   NeuroImage, 47 (1): S119. Jungblut,      M.      (2010):      SIPARI®      Musikunterstützte      Sprachanbahnung      bei chronischer Aphasie. Aphasie und verwandte Gebiete, 1, 69-79. Jungblut,   M.,   Huber,   W.,   Pustelniak,   M.,   Schnitker,   R.   (2011):   Neuronale   Korrelate rhythmischer   Strukturen   beim   Singen   -   eine   fMRT-Studie.   Neurologie   & Rehabilitation, 17 (1): 33-39. Jungblut,   M.,   Huber,   W.,   Pustelniak,   M.   and   Schnitker,   R.   (2012):   The   impact   of rhythm   complexity   on   brain   activation   during   simple   singing   -   an   event- related fMRI study. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 30 (1): 39-53. Jungblut,   M.,   Huber,   W.,   Mais,   C.   and   Schnitker,   R.   (2014):   Paving   the   way   for speech:   Voice-training-induced   plasticity   in   chronic   aphasia   and   apraxia   of speech   -   three   single   cases.   Neural   Plasicity,   Article   ID   841982,   14   pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/841982. Jungblut,   M.   (2014):   SIPARI®   bei   chronischer   Aphasie   und   Sprechapraxie   –   Was fMRT-Untersuchungen zeigen. Aphasie und verwandte Gebiete,3, 29-36. Jungblut,    M.,    Huber,    W.,    Schnitker,    R.    (2016):    Rhythm    structure    influences auditory-motor   interaction   during   anticipatory   listening   to   simple   singing. Journal of Speech Pathology & Therapy, 1: 108.doi:10.4172/jspt.1000108.
® music+speech

Evidence-based music-supported therapy

for chronic aphasia patients

The    Institute    for    Interdisciplinary    Music-    and    Speech-Therapy      offers   trainings   for   a   maximum   of   100   therapists   in   the   USA   till 2025   in   San   Diego,   CA.   These   trainings   will   be   conducted   by   Dr. Monika   Jungblut.   This   page   addresses   those,   who   are   interested in    getting    trained    in    the    SIPARI®-method.    The    method    is    a directed     music-supported     treatment     approach     developed     to improve   language   and   speech   capabilities   of   patients   suffering from    chronic    aphasia.    This    method    is    made    up    specifically    of S inging,     I ntonation,     P rosody,     breathing     (German:     A tmung), R hythm, and I mprovisation as essential elements. Treatment   objectives   using   SIPARI®   include   improving   linguistic, motor,   and   cognitive   functions   and   thereby   supporting   speech- motor    processes    and    those    speech-systematic    processes    that encourage planning and sequencing performance.
IIn   2010   SIPARI®   was   included   in   the   Cochrane   Review   “Music therapy       for       acquired       brain       injury”       in       the       category “communication”   as   the   only   evidence-based   method    ref.:   Bradt   J, Magee   WL,   Dileo   C,   Wheeler   BL,   McGilloway   E.   Music   therapy   for   acquired brain   injury.   Cochrane   Database   of   Systematic   Reviews   2010,   Issue   7.   Art. No.: CD006787. DOI: 10.1002/14651858. CD006787.pub2.

The training 

SIPARI® I-IV: 

aims   

at   

those   

therapists   

with   

a   

deep   

knowledge   

of   

aphasia

working  

in  

the  

field  

of  

neurological  

rehabilitation.  

A  

prerequisite

for   

participation   

in   

this   

training   

is   

a   

postgraduate   

study   

in   

the

fields   

of   

music   

therapy,   

logopedics   

or   

linguistics   

followed   

by   

a

minimum   

of   

3   

years   

of   

therapeutical   

occupation   

with   

aphasia

patients.    

An    

additional    

requirement    

for    

participation    

is    

the

knowledge   

of   

relevant   

clinical   

basics   

of   

aphasia   

and   

speech

perception,    

syndrome    

classification,    

aetiology,    

epidemiology,

pathogenesis  

as  

well  

as  

concomitant  

symptoms.  

The  

training  

is

structured  

in  

4  

parts  

starting  

with  

two  

2-day  

workshops  

followed

by  

practical  

work  

with  

patients  

for  

6  

months  

supervised  

by  

Dr.

Jungblut and the final 2-day examination course.

The   Institute   for   Interdisciplinary   Music-   and   Speech- Therapy   ensures   that   the   number   of   licensed   SIPARI® therapists   in   the   USA   will   be   limited   to   a   maximum   of 100 therapists till 2025.

The training is structured as follows

SIPARI® I: will     introduce     to     the     resource-oriented     and     training-centred treatment     concept.     Basic     theoretical     fundamentals     will     be explained   and   the   parallels   of   speech-   and   music-perception   will be   demonstrated.      As   an   essential   part   of   the   course,   participants get     to     know     musical     effectiveness     by     playing     instruments themselves   or   using   their   own   voice.   Musical   education   is   not   an obligatory   requirement.   However,   participants   should   be   willing   to let   themselves   in   for   contact   with   music   actively   and   open-minded. Furthermore,   practical   work   with   patients   on   the   basis   of   specific training   situations   will   be   demonstrated   in   order   to   give   an   insight into the treatment repertoire.
SIPARI® II: will   impart   theoretical   knowledge   on   the   six   components   of   the treatment   method   taking   account   of   neurophysiological   as   well   as psychotherapeutical   aspects.   There   will   also   be   a   self-awareness part     and     detailed     practical     demonstration     of     the     different components     of     the     SIPARI®     method,     thus     preparing     the participants for practical work with the patients. SIPARI® III: will    concentrate    on    supervised    practical    6    months’    work    with aphasia   patients   at   the   participant’s   institution,   a   period   where   the participants   will   gather   experience   with   the   use   of   the   SIPARI® method,   submit   reports   regularly   as   well   as   video   sequences   of their   work   to   the   trainer   and   get   feedback.   The   fee   for   this   course includes supervision by Dr. Jungblut. SIPARI® IV: will   constitute   the   final   qualification   and   certification   course,   which consists   of   a   theoretical   and   practical   examination   (written   test and   oral   case   description   illustrated   by   video   material   showing   the application     of     the     methodological     principles     of     the     SIPARI® treatment).   After   successful   completion   of   the   course,   a   certificate will    be    given    with    the    permission    to    independently    apply    the method for a period of 3 years. Supervision courses: in   order   to   assure   quality   control,   supervision   courses   are   offered for    recertification    at    regular    intervals,    which    after    successful completion   will   allow   the   participants   to   continue   their   work   with SIPARI®   for   another   3   years.   These   3-day   courses   will   update   the knowledge     of     the     participants     and     improve     their     treatment repertoire.
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The  

SIPARI®  

therapy  

was  

developed  

by  

Dr.  

Jungblut  

and  

is

applied  

exclusively  

by  

trained  

and  

certified  

therapists  

or

Dr.   

Jungblut   

herself.   

Those,   

who   

are   

interested   

in   

this

treatment   

should   

check   

that   

the   

providing   

therapist

successfully completed the SIPARI® trainings

.

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