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S I P A R I ® 

music-supported training for patients with

language and motor speech disorders

The  

SIPARI®  

therapy  

was  

developed  

by  

Dr.  

Jungblut  

and  

is  

applied  

exclusively  

by  

trained  

and  

certified

therapists  

or  

Dr.  

Jungblut  

herself.  

Those,  

who  

are  

interested  

in  

this  

treatment  

should  

check  

that  

the  

 

providing therapist successfully completed the SIPARI® trainings.

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Dr. rer. medic. Monika Jungblut Teacher’s diploma in singing Concert diploma in singing at the Conservatory of Cologne Diploma in music therapy at the Conservatory of Hamburg License to practice psychotherapy (HPG) Doctorate at the Medical Faculty of the University of Witten-Herdecke   (Dr. rer. medic.) Longstanding activity as professional opera and concert singer Part-time    lecturer    for    singing    and    vocal    training    at    the    University    of    Essen    and    the    Conservatory    of Hamburg Freelance outpatient treatment of chronic aphasia patients Head of the Interdisciplinary Institute for Music- and Speech Therapy Development   of   SIPARI®,   evidence-based   rhythmic-melodic   voice   training   for   language   rehabilitation   of chronic   aphasia   patients   and   patients   with   concomitant   apraxia   of   speech.   (Bradt   J.   et   al.   Music   therapy   for acquired brain injury [Review]. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2010; 7: 1-42). Functional   imaging   studies   investigating   the   impact   of   rhythmic   singing   according   to   the   SIPARI®   method on   language   recovery   and   brain   plasticity   in   patients   with   chronic   aphasia   and   concomitant   apraxia   of speech in cooperation with the University Hospital of Aachen  (Prof. F. Binkofski, Prof. W. Huber). International   publications,   lectures   and   presentations   (e.g.   at   the   Annual   Meetings   of   the   Organization   for Human Brain Mapping 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2016) Reviews for Human Brain Mapping Music and Medicine Associate editor of Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience (2012-2017) Membership Organization for Human Brain Mapping Society for the Neurobiology of Language International Association for Music & Medicine Gesellschaft für Aphasieforschung und –behandlung (GAB e.V.) www.sipari.com Contact: Dr. Monika Jungblut Interdisciplinary Institute for Music- and Speech-Therapy Am Lipkamp 14 47269 Duisburg Germany Tel. +49 - (0)203 - 71 13 19

S I P A R I ® 

music-supported training for patients with

language and motor speech disorders

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The  

SIPARI®  

therapy  

was  

developed  

by  

Dr.  

Jungblut  

and  

is

applied  

exclusively  

by  

trained  

and  

certified  

therapists  

or

Dr.   

Jungblut   

herself.   

Those,   

who   

are   

interested   

in   

this

treatment   

should   

check   

that   

the   

providing   

therapist

successfully completed the SIPARI® trainings

.

Dr. rer. medic. Monika Jungblut Teacher’s diploma in singing Concert diploma in singing at the Conservatory of Cologne Diploma in music therapy at the Conservatory of Hamburg License to practice psychotherapy (HPG) Doctorate   at   the   Medical   Faculty   of   the   University   of   Witten- Herdecke   (Dr. rer. medic.) Longstanding activity as professional opera and concert singer Part-time     lecturer     for     singing     and     vocal     training     at     the University of Essen and the Conservatory of Hamburg Freelance outpatient treatment of chronic aphasia patients Head   of   the   Interdisciplinary   Institute   for   Music-   and   Speech Therapy Development    of    SIPARI®,    evidence-based    rhythmic-melodic voice    training    for    language    rehabilitation    of    chronic    aphasia patients    and    patients    with    concomitant    apraxia    of    speech. (Bradt   J.   et   al.   Music   therapy   for   acquired   brain   injury   [Review]. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2010; 7: 1-42). Functional   imaging   studies   investigating   the   impact   of   rhythmic singing   according   to   the   SIPARI®   method   on   language   recovery and    brain    plasticity    in    patients    with    chronic    aphasia    and concomitant     apraxia     of     speech     in     cooperation     with     the University    Hospital    of    Aachen     (Prof.    F.    Binkofski,    Prof.    W. Huber). International   publications,   lectures   and   presentations   (e.g.   at the    Annual    Meetings    of    the    Organization    for    Human    Brain Mapping 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2016) Reviews for Human Brain Mapping Music and Medicine Associate   editor   of   Restorative   Neurology   and   Neuroscience   (2012- 2017) Membership Organization for Human Brain Mapping Society for the Neurobiology of Language International Association for Music & Medicine Gesellschaft für Aphasieforschung und –behandlung (GAB e.V.) www.sipari.com Contact: Dr. Monika Jungblut Interdisciplinary Institute for Music- and Speech-Therapy Am Lipkamp 14 47269 Duisburg Germany Tel. +49 - (0)203 - 71 13 19

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