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Amazing Feedback for our Drum Facilitator Training!

It was incredible to spend a wonderful day training with the recreation staff from Logan Hospital Qld, thanks guys! Here is what some had to say.... 

 

"I had attempted to facilitate drumming circles with my very limited skills related to music with some success and unexpected client outcomes. I was excited to attend this course. It was not as I expected (not sure what I was expecting). However I have walked away armed with the knowledge and ability to deliver drumming circles for the inpatients that are meaningful and therapeutic thoroughly recommend InRhythm..... My thanks are not enough to show my appreciation for the course and the work that inrythm do and achieve."

Ian ~ Diversional Therapist

 


 

*What do you feel were the most valuable aspects of the course?*
"Hands on experience, valuable resources were provided and I felt that the course was a fantastic tool to also encourage team building.

I found all aspects of the course valuable......... the course met all my expectations.

Many thanks for a fantastic opportunity and a great day of learning."

 

Tanya ~ Hospital Recreation Officer

 


 

"Facilitator lived experience, Application to sensory approaches, Meaningful way of engaging with people without need for language, Strong encouragement to apply the learning as soon as possible.

During application of the training in practice, the activity promoted laughter, a space to safely explore self-expression, an opportunity to experience acceptance and/or a sense of mastery and an opportunity to experience mindfulness in an “active” way."

 

Felicity ~ Occupational Therapist

 


 

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