Sun Sun Yap

Sun Sun Yap
IMC University of Applied Science Krems · Department of Health Sciences

MSc & BSc Health Science Music Therapy, BSc Banking & Finance

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Introduction
HR synchrony & non-verbal synchrony. Moments of Therapeutic Interest Therapeutic Relationship Chronobiology
Additional affiliations
October 2019 - present
Univeritätsklinikum Tulln
Position
  • Music Therapist
January 2019 - present
Anglia Ruskin University
Position
  • Ph.D. Candidate
Education
September 2011 - April 2016
IMC University of Applied Science Krems
Field of study
  • Music Therapy
September 1998 - July 2000
UOL
Field of study
  • Banking & Finance

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Nonverbal interpersonal synchronization has been established as an important factor in therapeutic relationships, and the differentiation of who leads the interaction appears to provide further important information. We investigated nonverbal synchrony – quantified as the coordination of body movement between patient and therapist. This was observe...

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Aims of the planned JRC: In Focus 1 (Right moment research) we are looking for a possible link between chronobiological conditions and relational Now-Moments (Stern). We will identify the best possible chronobiological window of the clients to receive therapies. Relational Data should be authentic and gained as close to practice of Music Therapy as possible. These relational processes are researched within a framework of social neuroscience in order to describe authentic data. This is based on qualitative principles of interaction analysis but applied to physiological data in combination with qualitative behavioral data within an authentic clinical setting. Focus 2 will research students and health professionals to find out how they gain and deepen their empathetic skills (as evidenced for instance by Oxcitocin-Levels and HRV measurements) in order to „resonate“ with their patients.