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Lyz Cooper

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UK, WEST SUSSEX - Practitioner Level Diploma in Holistic Voice Therapy Module 2, Lyz Cooper and team, University of Chichester, Bognor Regis Campus, 06 Jun 2019

• We love what we do!
• We believe in making a difference with therapeutic sound and music
• We use the latest research in neuroscience, music psychology and sound cognition as well as years
of in-house research and development to support our work
• We are passionate about creating positive, vibrant and informative learning spaces
• Our aim is to support our students to build healthy and thriving practices

Holistic Voice Therapy Training (Practitioner Level Diploma)
This course offers the opportunity for both 1-2-1 and group work.
Module 1 comprises the Professional Diploma in Group Voice Therapy module and then continues to Module 2. There is the opportunity with this course to take a higher diploma (contact us for details).

This course incorporates two very different therapeutic approaches. The first approach, ‘Passive Voice Therapy’ is where the client receives a treatment of gentle tones and overtones (harmonic singing) in a technique designed to place them into a deep state of relaxation similar to deep meditation. Our research has shown that many physical, emotional and mental health benefits can be achieved using this approach.

The second approach, known as ‘Vocal Processing Techniques,’ is where the practitioner supports the client to use voice, breath, movement and visualisation exercises that are relevant to the client’s symptoms/ situation (the practitioner has 22 different techniques to choose from). As well as the research we have conducted, singing has also been shown to increase salivary Immunoglobulin A – one of the body’s primary defence mechanisms

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