Resources

 

This page is where we publish documents and publications which can help you on your journey as member or practitioner or member of the public.

 

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ATHA Constitution

Membership Registration Form 

Who May Advertise?

Use of the ATHA Logo

Continuing Professional Development Policy

ATHA Continuing Professional Development Units Log

ATHA Ethics Statement

 

 

Interesting Articles and Links

 

Alison Ware is a therapeutic harpist who works in Canberra hospital. She didn’t start playing the harp until she was in her late 30s but now it’s her full time job. But what does therapeutic harpist actually do?

https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/lifematters/harp-for-acute-care/5612084

 

Another Radio National show, Peter Roberts
https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/archived/verbatim/peter-roberts/3307622
What music would you like to die to?

 

This was another story of Peter Roberts on RN, It also has a sound cloud music clip
https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/lifematters/from-music-into-silence:-australias-only-music-thanatologist/6737974
Peter Roberts is an Australian  music-thanatologist: a specialised musician who marries end of life care with harp and voice performances to serve the needs of the terminally ill. Joel Carnegie travels to Geelong to meet Roberts and learns how he bridges the gap between life and death.

 

ReflectivePractice for Self Care of Therapeutic Harpists What is self care really? Questions that need to be considered when you serve many people in you practice as a therapeutic harpists. By  Nicky Lock August 2019