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The dance of lullabies: integrating music therapy, sensori-motor and play activities in working with refugee and asylum seeker infants and their parents

Rosemary Signorelli

In this presentation Rosemary Signorelli will use case vignettes to illustrate work with infants and their parents and caregivers. This work is influenced by the Attachment, Self-Regulation and Competence (ARC) model, the developmental models of Bruce Perry and Stanley Greenspan, trauma recovery models and music therapy literature. The parent is enabled to use music, movement and play to reduce the possible impact of trauma, and to influence their baby’s socio-emotional, physical, cognitive and language development, in the peak period of brain plasticity. The parent learns new ways to respond to the baby’s emotional or regulatory needs in the moment, and to move easily between calming, stimulating and engaging activities. This shared musical ‘dance’ between parent and baby strengthens their bond, and facilitates their growth and recovery.

Recorded at the STARTTS
28 September 2011, New South Wales, Australia.
Visit STARTTS at: www.STARTTS.org.au

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Rosemary Signorelli

Rosemary Signorelli is a Psychotherapist, Music Therapist and Occupational Therapist who has qualifications and extensive experience in various clinical settings. This includes work across the total life span, with people who have special needs, other health issues or have had experiences of abuse and/ or trauma. She has worked in a variety of contexts including hospitals, health centres, aged and community services, community organisations and venues, prisons and detention centres. Her current work at STARTTS integrates all areas of her expertise; she is particularly passionate about the importance of early intervention for infants, toddlers and pre-school children from refugee families. This includes working with the parent and child together, in dyads or groups of dyads, supporting the parents or other caregivers, and empowering them to continue facilitating their children’s healing and ongoing development. Rosemary also works with infants and very young children in private practice.

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