Tweet It’s time for another edition of Music Therapy Journal Club to discuss the research published in the Journal of Music Therapy Winter 2015 edition (volume 52 number 4). Join us as Dr. Meganne Masko and I talk about the research articles and how we apply the research to our clinical practice or in the […]
Tweet This show wraps up my contribution to Music Therapy Social Media Advocacy month for 2016. One of my roles in #MTAdvocacy is to answer questions about music therapy, so in this episode, I’m answering a bunch of questions about music therapy and what we do. You can find more posts from Social Media Advocacy […]
Tweet Join Meganne and I as we discuss the Fall 2015 Journal of Music Therapy Volume 52 Number 3. Listen on the player below, or join us live on Friday, January 22, 2016, at 1:30 pm Central time.
Tweet In the guest post by Dena Register, she outlined three roles that music therapy advocates take: Connectors, Reflectors, and Directors.
Tweet Social Media Advocacy Month 2016
Tweet Join Dr. Meganne Masko and me for another edition of Music Therapy Journal Club. This week we’ll discuss the articles published in Music Therapy Perspectives Volume 33 Number 2.
Tweet Conference recovery is a long process–at least for me. So I recorded this show on Friday and am just now getting the accompanying blog post up. In this episode, I talked about the sessions I attended and what I learned from #AMTA15.
Tweet I had a blast at the American Music Therapy Association conference in Kansas City this year! But my plane got in this afternoon, I went to visit family after I landed, I came home this evening and got my kid bathed and put in bed, and now I have to face a long work […]
Tweet Every 5 years, a Board Certified Music Therapist must submit 100 Continuing Music Therapy Education (CMTE) credits to the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) in order to maintain certification. Conference attendance can earn you up to XXX credits, if you take advantage of every opportunity available.