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Ass.-Prof. Mag.phil. Dr.rer.nat. Erik Esterbauer MA.

  • Frohnburgweg 55/II (Room: C02047)
  • 5020 Salzburg

Ass.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Erik Esterbauer, MA

 

EDUCATION / QUALIFICATION

Study of Composition and composition at the Conservatory of the City of Vienna (now Music and Arts Private University of the City of Vienna)

Study of Psychology at the Universities of Salzburg and Vienna,

Further Education as Clinical, Health and Neuropsychologist, Psychotherapeutic Propaedeuticum,

Doctoral studies in natural sciences (psychology) at the University of Salzburg,

Master in Elemental Music and Movement Education at the Orff Institute of the Mozarteum University Salzburg,

Research Award of the Sozialforum Österreichisches Hilfswerk (2003)

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

20 years as a clinical psychologist at the Zentrum für sozialintegrative Entwicklungs- und Lernförderung (Zentrum ELF, Center for Socially Integrative Development and Learning Support) in Salzburg.

Clinical psychologist and assistant to the department head in the department "Ambulant Psychosocial Rehabilitation" at the Mobiler Hilfsdienst GmbH, Salzburg (now Volkshilfe Salzburg)

Clinical psychologist and research associate specializing in neuropsychology at the Christian Doppler Klinik Salzburg

since 2009 freelance music pedagogue with focus on guitar

since 2017 assistant professor at the Department of Music Education with focus on "Music and Dance in Social Work and Inclusive Pedagogy"

 

FOCUS IN REASEARCH AND TEACHING

• Psychological questions in the field of music and movement pedagogy

• Inclusive pedagogy

• Music in social work

• since 2016 Research project at the Orff Institute
  "Assessment of the quality of relationship in inclusive music lessons"

 

COLLABORATION IN UNIVERSITARY COMMITEES

Section Music and Dance in Social Work and Inclusive Pedagogy, Orff Institute

Section Pedagogy, Orff Institute

Section Theory, Orff Institute

Research Platform Music Education

School of Music and Arts Education (SOMA)

Workgroup Inclusion

Works council (substitute member)

Workgroup Student Selection Procedure Teacher's Profession Cluster Mitte

INTEGRATION IN NETWORKS / MEMEBERSHIPS

International Society of Music Education, ISME

European Association for Music in Schools, EAS

Working Group Music Pedagogical Research Germany, AMPF

Music Education Research Austria, MFÖ

International Orff-Schulwerk Forum Salzburg

 

PUBLICATIONS

List of publications