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Episode 231: #MusicTherapy #JournalClub for MTP 34(2)

Tweet We’re back broadcasting live on February 7, 2017 at 10 am CST for another edition of Music Therapy Journal Club. This time, we’re discussing the articles from the second Music Therapy Perspectives of 2016. This has a special focus on Multicultural Musical Competence, as well as a summary of published literature in music therapy […]

Episode 230: #MusicTherapy #JournalClub for JMT 53(2)

Tweet We took a break because Janice went back to school and started a new job. Meganne moved and started a new job. But now we’re ready to catch back up! Join us for music therapy journal club–where we discuss the journal articles in music therapy publications just so we can keep up with the […]

Episode 223: Journal Club-Music Therapy Perspectives 33(2)

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.

Episode 222: #AMTA15 Conference Recap

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.

How to Recover 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 […]

How many CMTEs can I get at conference?

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.

Post Conference Recovery: A Step-By-Step Guide

Tweet Conference was fun, but exhausting! I need to get back to my regular routine, but there are some things I need to do to wrap up conference so that I can get back into the swing of things at home.