German Music Therapy for Autism EBQ - Method of using instrument 

We will provide you with a seminar which will make considerable contribution to Korean culture and society


Prof. Dr. Karin Schumacher, who is world-renowned as an expert in musical therapy for severe developmental disability’s children, the assessment of quality relationships and for the high – evaluated treatments as well as therapeutic intervention tools for autistic children, which assist in their development.

Through music therapy, this tool can not only make children's development can be visible on the basis of development psychology but also suggest a treatment method that will be appropriate to children development stages, which can also be used to deal with many children problems such as psychological anxiety, aggressive behavior, developmental disorders, rebelliousness, ADS and ADHS.

This course was designed in the light of this study and numerous researches carried out by notable clinicians, which covers four observation scales, relational diagnosis, subsequent medical interventions, evaluation methods that can demonstrate children development stages.

This course was offered by EBQ authors and researchers, Prof. Dr. Karin Schumacher, Claudine Calvet, Dr. Silke Reimer and members of research team.

1. Music therapy training - 3 stages of EBQ training period:

  • Course 6th: 2021 June 12nd (Sat) - 2021 July 24th (Sat) - Every Saturday from 10 to 17 (7 weeks)
  • Course 7th: 2021 December 18th (Sat) - 2022 February 12nd (Sat) - Every Saturday from 10 to 17 (7 weeks)
  • Course 9th: 2022 February 7th (Sat) - 2022 July 15th (Sat) - Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Mon, Tues (7 days)

2. Lecturer: Adj. Prof. Ho-Hyung Cho-Schmidt

3. Lecture method: face-to-face class, if it cannot be conducted during the context of COVID 19, it will be conducted later.

4. Benefit:

  • Certificate of completion as German Music Therapy Association and Korean - German Institute for Music Therapy
  • Certificate of completion will be recognized upon the application for Master's degree in music therapy in German

5. Tuition fee: 1 200 000 Won (7 days)

6. Bank account: Myongji University Institute for Future Humanities (Hana Bank: 299-910003-11404)

7. Certificate

  • Certificate of Completion of Korean-Germany Institute Music Therapy (KGIMT)
  • Certificate of Completion of Music Therapy Germany Professional Association (DMTG)

This certificate is recognized as a document of knowledge, self-experience, and supervision which will be attached during the application period for Master’s degree.

8. Eligibility: Music therapists, the parents of children with disabilities and autism, related persons, and special education teachers.

9. Class address: Myongji University Institute for Future Humanities

10. Documents Application: Online Application / By email

11. Contact::

  • +82-2-300-1898 (Myongji University Institute for Future Humanities, Music Therapy Training Office, Room 3118)
  •  +82-10-3318-0227 (Prof. Jung Hye Suk)