The Mozart Effect
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Creativity in psychotherapy: understanding yourself.
Creativity and the reality spectrum.
Heavy metal music, antisocial behaviour and mental health: Dr Kate Quinn, co-founder of Heavy Metal Therapy.
Mental health and the songwriting process: mental health advocates and UK indie band “In Earnest”.
The science of sad music - why do we crave it so much: Dr Sandra Garrido PhD, MARCS Institute, UWSYD
A Tibetan refugee school, music and wellbeing: Dr James Williams PhD, University Derby UK
Nature, mental health and music: Tarika Powell, environmental policy expert, activist, mental health advocate.
Martial arts, music and mental illness: Peter O’Shea, youth coach, lived experience of PTSD
Music, identity and mental health: Associate Professor Genevieve Dingle PhD, University of Queensland.
Creativity and the art of loneliness: Female writers - Susan Sontag to Virginia Woolf.
Nigeria to Canada - identity, faith, music and mental health: Sonia Orlu, politics and culture commentator.
Big Tech, creativity, mental health and music: Maxton Hunter, producer, songwriter, instrumentalist and podcast host.
Instagram as the new World Health Organisation: Mary Mangia & Jayne Jaramillo (co-founders Collective View).
Mysticism, mind, music and psychiatry: Allen Higginbottom, lived experience of schizophrenia.
The science behind binge listening - why can’t I stop listening to that song? Live interactive discussion with peers.
The Romantic Era, the tortured artist and loneliness: Wordsworth, Poe, Coleridge and Baudelaire.
Transcending identity politics: music and mental illness.
The News, empathy and vicarious trauma.