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"ONE MIC, ONE MOVEMENT: Advances in HIP HOP THERAPY and HIP HOP PSYCHOLOGY" CONFERENCE & CONCERT @ Fordham University (New York, NY)

Fordham University's Graduate School of Social Service in collaboration with Hip Hop Therapy & Hip Hop Psychology

Saturday, February 4, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM (EST)

"ONE MIC, ONE MOVEMENT: Advances in HIP HOP THERAPY...

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Fordham University's Graduate School of Social Service

In collaboration with Hip Hop Therapy & Hip Hop Psychology

presents

"ONE MIC, ONE MOVEMENT: Advances in Hip Hop Therapy & Hip Hop Psychology" CONFERENCE & CONCERT

Saturday, February 4, 2012

 @ Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus, (New York, New York)

www.hiphopstudentunion.org

www.hiphoppsychology.org

"One Mic, One Movement: Advances in Hip Hop Therapy & Hip Hop Psychology": is composed of a series of academic lectures, interactive workshops and a culminating concert. The purpose of this event is to bring together Hip Hop social scientists & to showcase Hip Hop-based interventions in a variety of diverse settings. This event is the first of a series which will re-occur in annually. [READ CONFERENCE PAMPHLET FOR MORE INFORMATION, Click here.]


 

Saturday, February 4, 2012:

Location (Pope Auditorium @ Fordham University's Lincoln Center Campus).

8AM-9:15AM REGISTRATION & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

9:15AM-9:30AM INTRODUCTIONS (Donald Garner, MSW, MPA, PhD student)

9:30AM-10AM Edgar H. Tyson, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor Graduate School of Social Service, Fordham University. WELCOME ADDRESS.

10:00AM-11:00AM Jaleel K. Abdul-Adil, PhD., Co-Director of the Urban Youth Trauma Center (UYTC), Associate Director of Colbeth Clinic Disruptive Behavior Clinic (DBC) School-Age Program, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry, University of Illinois at Chicago, Institute for Juvenile Research. "Rigorous Hip-Hop Research: A Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy?" Pope Auditorium.

10:00AM-11:00AM Michael Viega, MMT, MT-BC,PhD candidate in music therapyTemple University, Fellow, Association of Music and Imagery, Shriners Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA. "The Hero's Journey in Hip-Hop and its Application in Music Therapy." Classroom TBA.

11:00AM-12:00PM Raphael Travis, DrPH,LCSW, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Texas State University-San Marcos"From 'Me' to 'We': Reintroducing Hip-Hop Culture to Better Capture the Importance of Strengths & Relationships" Pope Auditorium.

11:00AM-12:00PM Debangshu Roychoudhury, MA, PhD student New York University, The Graduate Center at the City University of New York; Lauren M. Gardner, MSW,PhD student Fordham University, The Graduate Center at the City University of New York; & Donald Garner, MSW, MPA, PhD student Florida State University, Fordham University. "Poetic Justice: Expressing the Philosophical, Spiritual, and Psychological Underpinnings of Social Justice Narratives from Three Urban Scholar-Artists." Classroom TBA.

12:00PM-1:15PM RECESS FOR LUNCH 

1:30PM-2:30PM Daniel Gaztambide, MA, & Walter Hidalgo, MA. "A Minister, a Therapist, and a Mic: Integrating Hip-Hop and Spirituality in Counseling and Ministry with Ethnic Minority Youth." Pope Auditorium.

1:30PM-2:30PM Benjamin Hoeltje,Certified Social Worker & Music Therapist, Rhap-Academy in Krefeld, Germany, "Rapmusictherapy (RMT) to encourage emotional expression by youth at-risk."Sylka Uhlig, Presentation details TBA Classroom TBA.

2:30PM-3:30PM Mark Naison, PhD, Professor of African American Studies & History, Principal Investigator Bronx African American History Project, Director of Urban Studies Program, Fordham University. Lecture title TBA. Pope Auditorium.

2:30PM-3:30PM T.Tomas Alvarez, III, MSW, Robert Jackson, John Gill, MSW, Myrtho Gardiner, LCSW, Earl Skinner,& Kursten B. Hensl, PhD, JD. "Beats, Rhymes, and Life (BRL): Using Hip Hop as a Catalyst for Healing, Community Change and Youth Development and Mental Health." Classroom TBA.

3:30PM-4:30PM Farbeon, BA, MA student, Founder & Program Director of the Hip Hop Re:Education Project, New York University"Hip Hop Re:Education Project" & Olad Aden Presentation Title TBA Pope Auditorium.

3:30PM-4:30PM Scott MacDonald, MMT, MT-BC, Music Therapists, Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment & Michael Viega, MMT, MT-BC, PhD candidate in music therapyTemple University, Fellow, Association of Music and Imagery, Shriners Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA. "Hear Our Voices: A Music Therapy Songwriting Program and the Message of the Little Saints through the Medium of Rap." Classroom TBA.

4:30PM-5:30PM Edgar H. Tyson, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor Graduate School of Social Service, Fordham University. Susan Hadley, PhD, MT-BC, Professor of Music Therapy at Slippery Rock UniversityGeorge Yancy, PhD, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Dusquesne University  &  Mark Naison, PhD, Professor of African American Studies & History, Principal Investigator Bronx African American History Project, Director of Urban Studies Program, Fordham University. Panel presentation. Title TBA. Pope Auditorium.

5:30PM "ONE MIC, ONE MOVEMENT" CONCERT Featuring the Liberated Soul Collective & more Underground internatonal talent. More info. on performers coming soon!  Pope Auditorium.

Have questions about "ONE MIC, ONE MOVEMENT: Advances in HIP HOP THERAPY and HIP HOP PSYCHOLOGY" CONFERENCE & CONCERT @ Fordham University (New York, NY)? Contact Fordham University's Graduate School of Social Service in collaboration with Hip Hop Therapy & Hip Hop Psychology

When & Where


Fordham University Lincoln Center
Pope Auditorium
113 West 60th Street
New York, NY 10023

Saturday, February 4, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM (EST)


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Fordham University's Graduate School of Social Service in collaboration with Hip Hop Therapy & Hip Hop Psychology

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY’S

Graduate School of Social Service

Fordham's nationally ranked Graduate School of Social Service has been educating Social Work professionals since 1916.  Through the BASW, MSW and PhD programs, Fordham has graduated an active network of alumni who live and work around the world.  We are known for our commitment to human rights and social justice and developing a strong community of students and faculty.  Our students learn first-hand through a variety of fieldwork placements in tri-state (New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut) area agencies.

HIP HOP THERAPY (HHT)

Hip Hop Therapy (HHT) is a movement led by pioneer Dr. Edgar H. Tyson who has written extensively about Hip Hop Therapy, who applies contemporary, urban youth culture (e.g., Hip Hop) in prevention and intervention research, and who develops and strengthens Hip Hop-based delinquency prevention and civic engagement models for youth from a holistic, family-centered, and community-centered approach (Tyson, 2012).

HIP HOP PSYCHOLOGY

Hip Hop Psychology (HHP) is a school of philosophical inquiry which seeks to use the artistic components of Hip Hop (movement, visual art, music production and emceeing) as a means to provide a culturally sensitive, multi-linguistic way of expressing in a therapeutic or medical context (Gardner & Roychoudhury, 2010).HHP is also praxis – a complex cyclical activity involving theory, application, evaluation, reflection and further theory which builds upon the metanarrative of Hip Hop, as the catalyst for a renaissance of emotional expression and transformative social change, in order to bridge gaps, pursue humanization and diplomatically work towards conflict transformation by using the best of capitalism and socialism to diminish power differentials and pursue a path towards emancipatory therapy and liberating education in order to achieve a dialectic or reconciliation (Roychoudhury & Gardner, 2012).

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