The Rhythm2Recovery team deliver dynamic conference presentations and experiential workshops.

Our sessions are hands-on, fun and full of practical ideas and information on how to use rhythmic interventions to develop human potential. They are the perfect antidote to ‘death by powerpoint’.

Presentations may include the following themes or be tailored to the conference focus.

– Rhythm and Regulation: The Latest Neuroscience

– Rhythm for Social and Emotional Learning

– Rhythm for Behavioural Support

– Rhythm for Improving Resilience

– Rhythm for Improving Relationships

Our team have presented at major conferences across Australia and North America including among others:

– The 1st Nations Education Conference 2015

– Seattle World Percussion Conference 2015

– The International Trauma Academy  Conference 2014

– International Arts in Prisons Conference 2014

– The North American Dropout Prevention Conference 2013

– The US Music Therapy Conference 2012

– The Australian Music Education Conference 2011

The Rhythm2Recovery team deliver dynamic conference presentations and experiential workshops.

Our sessions are hands-on, fun and full of practical ideas and information on how to use rhythmic interventions to develop human potential. They are the perfect antidote to ‘death by powerpoint’.

Presentations may include the following themes or be tailored to the conference focus.

  • Rhythm and Regulation: The Latest Neuroscience
  • Rhythm for Social and Emotional Learning
  • Rhythm for Behavioural Support
  • Rhythm for Improving Resilience
  • Rhythm for Improving Relationships

Our team have presented at major conferences across Australia and North America including among others:

  • Happiness & it’s Causes Conference 2017
  • National ‘at risk’ in Education Conference 2017
  • The 1st Nations Education Conference 2015
  • Seattle World Percussion Conference 2015
  • The International Trauma Academy Conference 2014
  • International Arts in Prisons Conference 2014
  • The North American Dropout Prevention Conference 2013
  • The US Music Therapy Conference 2012

Contact us

For enquiries about Rhythm2Recovery programs, workshops, or general information please contact:

Simon Faulkner

Phone: +61 (0)429 038 380

Email: simon@rhythm2recovery.com

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