Expired: Mental Health in the music industry
When: Wednesday, April 19 2023, 4:00 – 5:30 PM
Where: Online-Session via Zoom
Get ready for exploring what goes on in the music industry environment and how this affects professionals’ well-being and balance. How can this fun looking sector be the source of as much passion as suffering for some people? Together we will dive into some of the elements linked to productivity and focus such as anxiety, stress and burnout. Psychology tools can be used to prevent and treat some of the most common issues and improve relationships with oneself and others.
Anne Löhr is a psychologist, therapist and supervisor specialized in the work with artists, bands and music industry professionals. Her main focus lies on stress, anxiety, depression and burnout prevention, (conflict-) communication, crisis intervention and mediation, mental health on tour and in the live sector as well as team- and band-dynamics. As a speaker and lecturer she engages in psychoeducation and mental stress prevention, as well as destigmatization of mental diseases in the field. Over the past years she has been working with various festivals and agencies such as Eurosonic Noorderslag, Reeperbahnfestival, Folkwang University, Key-Change, Popakademie Mannheim, Landstreicher Booking, Goodlive, Wunderkidz and BIMM Hamburg. She is co-founder of the MiM “Mental Health in Music”.
Rosana Corbacho is a clinical and humanistic psychologist specialized in the music industry. In addition to working in therapy, she has experience from various roles in the music industry that finally lead her to found M.I. Therapy. Rosana is working with therapy treatment for music creatives and business professionals and raising awareness of mental health in the music industry.
At her practice, she focuses on addiction, anxiety, depression and other disorders treatment as well as personal development for both music creatives and other people in the music industry. She works with single clients, artists, bands or group therapy.
Apart from being the Health Co-chair of AFEM, Rosana has been invited to talk and hold workshops at Berklee University, Primavera Sound, Mutek, ADE, BIME amongst others. Some of her recent work included Tunecore´s in-house Mental Health Awareness Month and Berklee University Valencia Campus Mental Health Awareness Week. She is leading group therapy sessions for Spotify Equalizer and collaborates with high tier UK and US Tour Managers at The Back Lounge Music Touring and Events Group. She is an active member of MITC, SheSaid.So and Keychange. This year she has been awarded with the Keychange Inspiration Award by Amazon Music at Bime Bilbao.
Participation in this course is free of charge. Only requirement for participation is a binding registration via our registration tool.
Mental Health in Music