Working with Quantitative Research Methods as a Voice Practitioner Researcher: An Introduction
With Dr. David Juncos
Thursday 12th May 2022 At 2-4pm (UK Time)
This Research Hub will cover:
- Introduction to Quantitative Methods
- Why use Quantitative Methods?
- The beginner quantitative researcher and the single case-study design
- Possible contexts for this type of analysis
- Examples in practice
- Research ideas where this can be applied in practice
David Juncos, PsyD is a clinical psychologist and performance coach with Hornstein, Platt & Associates, Counseling and Wellness Centers, in Philadelphia, PA. He earned his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from La Salle University in 2015. He has over 15 years’ experience in treating a variety of clinical problems, including anxiety, mood, and substance use disorders. He specializes in the treatment of music performance anxiety (MPA) and has presented internationally on his research in using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to treat MPA and enhance music performance.
He also is on faculty with the Voice Study Centre, where he provides lectures and tutorials on MPA and quantitative research, ACT, Motivational Interviewing, peak performance, and he trains music teachers in a non-clinical version of ACT to help them manage students’ MPA.
His forthcoming book, ACT for Musicians: A Guide for Using Acceptance and Commitment Training to Enhance Performance, Overcome Performance Anxiety, and Improve Well-Being, is due out in June, 2022 with Universal Publishers. In it, he and co-author Elvire de Paiva e Pona, MA, provide readers with numerous ACT-based techniques for help in managing MPA, enhancing performance, and addressing other common problems facing musicians, such as chronic pain, injury recovery, perfectionism, procrastination, shame, occupational burnout and career uncertainty.
12th May 2022 2022 at 2-4pm
This course is £10 (VAT inclusive).
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