Music Therapist, independent contractor


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 Title: Music Therapist, independent contractor, 15 hours minimum to start, start date in August/September 2019 Full time potential within 3 months of start date
Location: Southern, central, southwest, New Hampshire and Northern Mass
Description: Two well established music therapy practice are seeking a qualified and enthusiastic music therapist to hire as soon as possible. The music therapist will provide music therapy services in homes, schools, and communities for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Therapy will be provided within the guidelines and standards of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA). As an independent contractor you get to make your own schedule and can take on as many or as little clients as you wish. 
Qualifications: Minimum undergraduate degree in Music Therapy attained from an approved program by the AMTA in conjunction with being Board Certified. As an independent contractor you will need to provide your own professional liability insurance, instruments and reliable transportation.
Pay: Base rate of $48.00 per hour for individual session and $60 per hour for group rates
Email resume to Ryan Judd at ryan@therhythmtree.com and Elizabeth Ferguson at GraniteStateMusicTherapy@gmail.com    

 

     

Elizabeth A. Ferguson, MT-BC, NMT

Founder|Neurologic Music Therapist|Music Teacher

www.GraniteStateMusicTherapy.com

GraniteStateMusicTherapy@gmail.com

Telephone: 603-479-1272

NH Chronicle

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Capital Music Therapy Services, LLC

Position Title: Music Therapist

Reports To: CEO

Summary of the Opportunity:

Hiring Announcement

Capital Music Therapy Services, LLC (www.capitalmts.com) is a hard-working, innovative, and fast-growing private practice located in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Our mission is to help all people reach their full potential with the amazing and transformative assistance of music therapy. Our team is passionate about achieving this mission and dedicated to offering world-class services to our local community. We are currently seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to join us. This position is full-time with benefits starting as soon as possible. The deadline for application submission is 5:00 pm EST on Friday, September 13th, 2019.

Summary of Responsibilities:

The clients on this caseload are a true mix. It is currently comprised of clinic-based music therapy (primarily to children with various disabilities), community-based groups for typically developing children between the ages of 0-4, and older adults in assisted living facilities. This position requires flexibility and eagerness to serve all people, especially those with disabilities. Not all people in our community have the ability to come to see us in our clinic space. Therefore, applicants must be willing to drive all around the greater Washington D.C. metropolitan area as needed in our efforts to help all people access music therapy (although the bulk of this caseload is located in Northern Virginia). This position offers a unique opportunity to collaborate and work with a highly talented team of music therapists in a fast-paced environment. This position is also responsible for attending weekly meetings, clinical supervision, professional development, marketing events, and other duties as assigned.

Key Duties:

● Manage all aspects of delivering exceptional services to a mixed caseload of clinic, home, and facility-based individual and group clients.

● Keep existing and future customers extraordinarily happy and excited about our services.

● Manage special projects as assigned and see to it they are completed to a high level of quality on or before deadlines.

● Contribute significant value to the growth and development of our company, including marketing and sales efforts.

● Collaborate well with team members in program planning and service delivery.

www.CapitalMTS.com

Qualifications:

The applicant must be a current board-certified music therapist with reliable transportation and adequate automobile insurance. We are looking for an individual who is EXTREMELY passionate about music therapy, serving others, and creating world-class services! If you possess a strong passion for music therapy, serving others, and are willing to make a significant contribution to an exciting and ever-growing music therapy team, then we would like to invite you to take advantage of this opportunity and apply.

The $0 Cost of Being a Music Therapist Compensation and Benefits Plan:

Our innovative $0 Cost of Being a Music Therapist Compensation and Benefits Plan aims to decrease the out-of-pocket expenses that most music therapists regularly incur to as close to $0 per year as possible. This way the compensation that our team members receive for their service and time is a true blessing of profitability as fruits for their labor. Details include:

● $52,400/year in monetary compensation (base salary of $50,000/year + $200/month mileage reimbursement).

● Eligibility for health, dental, and vision insurance after the initial 90 days of employment

● Up to 80 hours of accrued paid time off that begin accruing right away.

● 8 additional paid time off holidays per year:

○ New Year’s Day

○ Memorial Day (3 day weekend)

○ Independence Day

○ Labor Day (3 day weekend)

○ Thanksgiving Day & Following Friday

○ Christmas Eve & Day

● Provision of a personal instrument set plus access to the company collection

● Provision of an iPad with unlimited data

● Weekly professional development meeting

● Weekly clinical supervision

● Access to the company’s expansive research and resource library (Over 4,500 full-text articles and many books)

Deferred Compensation Available After 1st Year Anniversary:

● Annual pay raise based on job performance

● Increase in PTO accrual rate

● Paid registration and hotel for 1 music therapy conference per year

● Paid CBMT fees and AMTA membership dues

www.CapitalMTS.com

Next Steps:

Interested applicants should email their resume along with a list of references to joshua.schrader@capitalmts.com and then fill out the online application form by clicking here. Any additional questions can be directed to Josh Schrader at joshua.schrader@capitalmts.com or 301-785-3596.

www.CapitalMTS.com

MATADOC

MedRhythms, Spaulding Hospital Cambridge, & Berklee College of Musicare collaborating to bring Wendy Magee and The XXth International MATADOC Training to Boston in September. Get your tickets today!

When: Sep 26 at 8 AM – Sep 28 at 5 PM

Where: Spaulding Hospital Cambridge

1575 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

What is the MATADOC?

The MATADOC is a standardized assessment and evaluation system for music therapists working with minimally responsive populations, or populations whose awareness is unknown due to profound brain damage. This includes people born with brain damage, who have had a stroke, or who might have sustained brain injury through accidents such as road traffic accidents, gunshot wounds, drowning or falls. It can be used for: diagnosis of awareness in adults with disorders of consciousness; treatment planning and goal setting; evaluation of long-term treatment with patients in chronic care settings.

With which populations can it be used? People with complex needs resulting in ‘minimal’ responsiveness e.g. adults and children in vegetative or minimally conscious states; late/end-stage dementia; advanced neurological illness such as Multiple Sclerosis and Huntington’s Disease; profound and multiple developmental disabilities; people with end stage terminal illnesses.

MATADOC has been standardized and validated for use with adults with disorders of consciousness. It is an assessment, diagnostic and treatment evaluation tool.

Which clinical settings?

• Rehabilitation settings

• Nursing home settings (and other continuing care) for diagnosis, treatment planning and evaluation of ongoing treatment.

• Intensive care

What does the first level training involve?

• Classroom lectures

• Experiential sessions

• Video observations

Participants will learn to understand the clinical presentation of people with DOC; how to run a MATADOC session; how to complete the documentation; how to formulate a diagnosis; and how to communicate the assessment findings to interdisciplinary teams and families. Training tools include handouts and training videos that are accessible post-training to assist professionals in applying classroom learning to clinical session.

See more information and get tickets online below: 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/xxth-international-matadoc-training-tickets-63789910339?aff=efbeventtix&fbclid=IwAR3QWImALz1HeXx5FWHtB3kHZ01H8ZXem4NS-ID5SYGR5X0tknPy2aT1BGo

Board Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC) Wakefield, Massachusetts serving Eastern Massachusetts

Are you passionate about music therapy and feel confident about your skills?

Do you enjoy working with a diverse client population?

 

As our practice grows and we serve more and more clients, we are seeking novice and seasoned music therapists with diverse skills and experience.

 

If you are interested in being considered for candidacy, please submit a cover letter and resume, in pdf format, to jobs@romanmusictherapy.com.

This role will start part-time and has the potential to grow into a full-time position.

 

Essential Responsibilities:

·         Planning, organizing and leading goal-driven music therapy sessions for groups and individuals with diverse skills, abilities, and needs in a variety of locations

·         Documenting all music therapy sessions within the required time period including logs, reports, assessment and treatment plans and client communications in format provided by RMTS in BestNotes CRM

·         Assessing new clients and groups to develop treatment plan, within 3 sessions, using the assessment format provided by RMTS in BestNotes CRM

·         Demonstrate a professional attitude to all clients, prospects, and other professionals at all times

·         Maintain MT-BC Credential through CMTE’s and participation in professional conferences, including, but not limited to, music therapy conferences

·         Staff at least (2) two community events and (2) tabling events  in a calendar year

 

Complete Job Description provided upon request.

 

Why work with us?

·         Be part of a dynamic team of skilled Music Therapists

·         Participate in both individual and group supervision on a regular basis

·         Be part of successful, well-established programs for all populations

·         A diverse case load working with young children, children and adults with special needs and older adults

 

Required Education: 

BA, BS, or MA in Music Therapy with completed 1040 hours of clinical training and Board Certification as a Music Therapist (MT-BC.)  Demonstrate proficiency of clinical musicianship on piano, guitar and voice and rhythmic improvisation. 

 

Other Requirements:

Must have reliable transportation, valid license and proof of insurance.

Must be willing to travel to various sites throughout Eastern Massachusetts.

Must own or have access to a computer/laptop.

 

Hours, Pay Range and Benefits:

Part Time Fee for Service Employees will work an average of 1-19 hours a week depending on contract work available.  Pay will vary based on education and experience.

 

Full Time Fee for Service Employees will work 20 or more hours a week depending on contract work available.  Pay will vary based on education and experience.  Full Time Fee for Service Employees are Benefits Eligible including Medical Benefits, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, and Life Insurance.

 

Job Setting:

On-site at Roman Music Therapy Services in Wakefield, MA and off site visits in the surrounding Greater Boston, Metro West , South Shore and North Shore areas through contracts with schools, community programs, agencies, and individual families.

 

Position Reports to:

Clinical Supervisor, Roman Music Therapy Services

 

 

Nichole Gregg

Operations Manager

 

Roman Music Therapy Services, LLC

333 North Avenue, Wakefield, MA 01880

781-224-3300 Phone

781-224-3306 Fax

 

www.RomanMusicTherapy.com

www.SproutingMelodies.com

 

Making Music – Transforming Lives

 

South Shore Conservatory

We are seeking a board certified music therapist to join our Creative Arts Therapies (CAT) team.  This is a part-time/fee for service position with immediate need to fill music therapy positions in Early Intervention, in-home service with medically fragile children and adolescents, and 1:1 music therapy.  It is anticipated that additional contract work will be available, including, small group, Memory Care and Alzheimer’s programming, school based group music therapy, and specialized ensemble work (chorus).  Hours are varied and will include morning, afternoon, evening, and weekends.  Ability to work Saturday is required.  Services are provided on the South Shore and Southeastern Massachusetts.  Reliable transportation and valid driver’s license is required.

 

Essential Duties include, but are not limited to:

Ø  Plan, organize, and lead goal directed music therapy sessions, for groups and individuals with diverse abilities, skills, and needs, in a variety of settings

Ø  Prepare and maintain music therapy session plans, observations, progress reports, and materials as required and/or requested

Ø  Communicate with all stake holders (team, family, individual) in both written and verbal form

Ø  Collaborate with team, department, and others to develop and deliver effective and relevant treatment

Ø  Represent CAT at vendor fairs, conferences, workshops, and special events

Ø  Maintain board certification (MT-BC) through continuing education

Ø  Participate in scheduled SSC and departmental meetings, professional development, and supervision

Ø  Promote and support SSC programs, activities, and mission 

 

Qualifications:

Ø  Board Certification in Music Therapy (CBMT certification)

Ø  Proficiency of clinical musicianship on piano, guitar, voice

Ø  Ability to improvise using both melodic and rhythm instruments

Ø  Excellent communication skills

Ø  Experience working with a variety of populations, including early childhood and geriatrics

Ø  Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation

 

Salary:

Ø  Varies with contracts; based on experience.

 

Please send resume and cover letter to Eve Montague, MSM, MT-BC, Director, Creative Arts Therapies at e.montague@sscmusic.org

Posted, August 21, 2019 

 

About South Shore Conservatory

 

South Shore Conservatory, (SSC) has been providing access to and enriching the lives of South Shore residents through music and the arts for almost 50 years. Recognized as a national model for arts education by the National Guild for Community Arts Education, SSC is the largest, not-for-profit, community school for the arts in Massachusetts, serving over 4500 students of all ages and abilities at its two beautiful campuses and in partnership with schools, and social service and community agencies throughout the South Shore. Students participate in more than 50 diverse programs in music, dance and drama, with performance playing an important role in overall education. With more than 100 exceptional musicians on faculty, SSC offers 30 professionally produced concerts annually.  Through innovative partnerships, SSC’s Creative Arts Therapies department supports the mental, emotional, and physical health of some of our community’s underserved members.  SSC’s campuses are located at One Conservatory Drive, Hingham, (781-749-7565) and 64 St. George Street, Duxbury (781-934-2731). At our newest campus, 135 Webster Street, Hanover, (781-452-7455), the Glick Family Center for Creative Arts Therapies is scheduled to come on line in the Fall of 2020. 

SSC was established with the belief that the arts are vital to and an innate part of everyone’s life, regardless of age, ability or circumstance. SSC’s mission statement: to provide access to exceptional arts education and performance for the South Shore community, fostering creativity, artistic growth, and well-being for individuals of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, reflects the full scope of opportunities and aspirations for which it strives.  SSC programs are supported in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. For more information call us, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram or visit www.sscmusic.org.

 

In keeping with SSC’s inclusive mission to provide access to quality education in the arts for all, the Conservatory offers programs for all segments of the population to enjoy, regardless of age, ability, geography, and financial means.  Furthermore, South Shore Conservatory admits students and families of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.

 

Making Music

Changing Lives

Passages 2019

Music Therapist, independent contractor

Job Title: Music Therapist, independent contractor, 15 hours minimum to start, start date in August/September 2019
Location: Southern, central, southwest, New Hampshire and Northern Mass
Description: Two well established music therapy practice are seeking a qualified and enthusiastic music therapist to hire as soon as possible. The music therapist will provide music therapy services in homes, schools, and communities for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Therapy will be provided within the guidelines and standards of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA).
Qualifications: Minimum undergraduate degree in Music Therapy attained from an approved program by the AMTA in conjunction with being Board Certified. As an independent contractor you will need to provide your own professional liability insurance, instruments and reliable transportation.
This job may be for you if:
• You are passionate about working with individuals with developmental
disabilities
• Your experience and training is mostly with individuals with special needs
• You are comfortable working in private homes and working hand in hand
with families
• You are confident about your skills and can convey your expertise and
passion to others in a professional way
• You are open to feedback from others and enjoy expanding and improving
your therapy skills
• You have reliable transportation and are comfortable traveling to clients in
the southern, central and Seacoast regions of NH and northern MA
• You enjoy working on your own, but appreciate having someone to
brainstorm ideas with
• You enjoy collaborating with other related professionals
• You are quick to communicate by email, text, and phone
This job is not for you if:
• You are not receptive to feedback
• You are not willing to travel to see clients
• You are not familiar with the Code of Ethics or do not agree with its
importance
• You are not flexible with scheduling

Pay: Base rate of $48.00 per hour for individual session and $60 per hour for group rates

Email resume to Ryan Judd at ryan@therhythmtree.com and Elizabeth Ferguson at GraniteStateMusicTherapy@gmail.com    

Adjunct Music Therapy Instructor Positions at Anna Maria College

Anna Maria College is hiring adjunct music therapy instructors to teach undergraduate music therapy courses for Fall 2019 including Clinical Guitar I, and III, Introduction to Music Therapy, Music Therapy with Adult Populations, and Music as a Health Resource (self-care with music for nursing students).  The music department has a strong team approach, a supportive teaching atmosphere, and classes are small (8-12 students). Qualified MT-BC candidates will have a Masters degree in Music Therapy and supervisory and/or teaching experience is desired but not required. To apply, submit 1) a resume, 2) two references (willing to be contacted), and 3) a cover letter including a short description of your pedagogical approach to one or more of the following courses: Clinical Guitar, Introduction to Music Therapy, Music Therapy with Adult Populations, Music as a Health Resource to lsummer@annamaria.edu.  The review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Anna Maria College; 50 Sunset Lane; Paxton, MA  01612-1198; www.annamaria.edu

 

 

 

 

Lisa Summer, PhD, LMHC, MT-BC

Professor/Director of Music Therapy

Anna Maria College

50 Sunset Lane

Box 45

Paxton, MA  01612-1198

PRIVATE MUSIC INSTRUCTOR NEEDED TO JOIN TEAM OF TEACHERS IN NY/CT

You will be teaching in-home voice, piano, guitar, and/or any other instruments you are comfortable teaching. Students are of all ages and skill levels and live in Westchester and Fairfield Counties in NY/CT.

Background in music therapy and/or music education preferred. Must have reliable transportation and be okay with some travel. 

Very competitive compensation!!!

Please contact Amy at Info@creativemusiclessons.net for more information!

Amy Rood Miller

Founder

Creative Music Lessons, LLC

http://www.CreativeMusicLessons.net

Granite State Opening

Job Title: Music Therapist, independent contractor, 4 hours to start, start date in August/September 2019

Location: Southern, central, southwest, New Hampshire and Northern Mass

Description: A well established music therapy practice is seeking a qualified and enthusiastic music therapist to hire as soon as possible. The music therapist will provide music therapy services in homes, schools, and communities for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Therapy will be provided within the guidelines and standards of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA).

Qualifications: Minimum undergraduate degree in Music Therapy attained from an approved program by the AMTA in conjunction with being Board Certified. As an independent contractor you will need to provide your own professional liability insurance, instruments and reliable transportation.

This job may be for you if:

• You are passionate about working with individuals with developmental

disabilities

• Your experience and training is mostly with individuals with special needs

• You are comfortable working in private homes and working hand in hand

with families

• You are confident about your skills and can convey your expertise and

passion to others in a professional way

• You are open to feedback from others and enjoy expanding and improving

your therapy skills

• You have reliable transportation and are comfortable traveling to clients in

the southern, central and Seacoast regions of NH

• You enjoy working on your own, but appreciate having someone to

brainstorm ideas with

• You enjoy collaborating with other related professionals

• You are quick to communicate by email, text, and phone

This job is not for you if:

• You are not receptive to feedback

• You are not willing to travel to see clients

• You are not familiar with the Code of Ethics or do not agree with its

importance

• You are not flexible with scheduling

Pay: Base rate of $48.00 per hour

Email resume Elizabeth Ferguson at GraniteStateMusicTherapy@gmail.com  

Job Title: Special Education Music Therapist Organization: Coast Music Therapy Location: San Diego Hours: Full Time School Year with Benefits

Contact Information:  We’d love to hear from you. Send an introduction and resume to info@coastmusictherapy.com. Learn more at http://www.coastmusictherapy.com/san-diego-iep-music-therapy-job-august-2019/

 

 

Description:

 

Jump on our bandwagon and become an IEP expert! Join our close-knit inspired team of San Diego Special Education Music Therapists August 19, 2019. 

 

You’ll have the opportunity to work with a diverse spectrum of disabilities in grades PreK – 12 in San Diego schools. Hone your professional skills through individual and group sessions, co-treatment with school staff, IEP meeting attendance, weekly staff meetings with your fellow Coast MTs, and progress monitoring.   All of your documentation, meeting, and travel time is included within your Monday-Friday work hours, and weekends are always off for YOU time. You’ll travel to various schools during the school day, combined with plenty of time to complete admin work at the fully stocked Coast office. 

 

Position: 

 

Our full time school year salaried position runs from late August through mid-June, following the San Diego Unified traditional school year calendar. You’re then free to roam for the summer, but Coast continues to cover your health and dental benefits if you’ll be staying on for the next school year!  Many of our therapists use this time to work at summer camps, take on service projects abroad, enroll in summer courses, or chill with family, then return the following August for the new year.

 

Let us know if you’re interested in the option of providing summer school services! Depending on our student rosters, we may have an additional 4 weeks of work in July/August if you’re staying in town!

 

Salaried 10-month therapists are eligible for over $8,000 in benefits!!

 

– $1000 signing bonus
– 5 sick days (with no wait period)
– 28 additional paid days off (ALL school holidays)!!!!!!!
– $430/month paid toward a Health Net PPO plan of your choice
– Full Dental Insurance Monthly Premium Paid
– 3% Vanguard Retirement fund match
– Continuing ed stipend
– CBMT dues
– Monthly cell phone stipend
– AAA roadside assistance

 

PS…  our MTs also enjoy use of our recording studio, an individually-assigned iPad, hundreds of songs with visual supports, and much more!

 

 

 

Music Therapy Job: Bennie Dover Middle School, New London

Music Therapist: The New London Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School at Bennie Dover Middle School, New London, CT

Reports To:

Music Therapist will report to Director of Culture and Climate K-12.

Job Overview

This is a 3 day a week (18 hours) position, funded by Michael Bolton Charities (MBC), for a music therapist in an arts magnet middle school in New London, CT.  The music therapist meets with individuals and small groups to work on social emotional goals, such as self awareness and expression, self-regulation, relationship skills, empowerment and initiative.  This program will be a second site for the The MBC’s “Beyond Trauma-Youth Music Therapy” program.  The initiative was created to serve students exposed to domestic violence and all forms of trauma.  

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Provide individual and small group music therapy sessions for middle school students.
  • Recruit, assess, and develop appropriate goals for students for music therapy sessions.
  • Write notes and evaluate progress of program.
  • Communicate with staff and participate in staff meetings.
  • Order and maintain instruments.

Qualifications:

  • Board Certified Music Therapist
  • At least 5 years experience working as a music therapist
  • At least 3 years working as a music therapist with adolescents 
  • Experience in improvisation with individuals and small groups
  • Experience working with trauma 
  • Advanced skills in guitar or piano
  • Able to give basic lessons in guitar and piano
  • Experience facilitating songwriting/writing raps in music therapy sessions
  • Experience with Garageband or similar software, either current or willing to learn.
  • Flexible
  • Initiative 

Send resume and cover letter to Cyd Slotoroff, MT-BC, Music Therapist for MBC “Beyond Trauma-Youth Music Therapy Program” New Haven site.

cydslotoroff@gmail.com   please put ‘music therapy job’ in subject line

Manchester Community Music School Manchester, New Hanpshire Music Therapy Program

The Manchester Community Music School offers a wide array of high-quality music programs, including private lessons, music therapy, early childhood, Suzuki, summer programming, and NH Youth Ensembles.

We are looking for a Board Certified Music Therapist to join our MT team!

Our Music Therapists provide in-house MT services and also work in partnership with public schools, adult day programs, after school programs, assisted living facilities, and hospitals in Manchester and in surrounding communities.

This part-time (hourly) MT position includes a focus on individual and group work with children (early childhood, preschool and elementary age) in school settings and based at MCMS. The Music Therapist in this position may have opportunities to increase clinical hours with individuals of all ages in varied settings as our MT program continues to expand and as new contracts develop.

Interested and qualified individuals should be comfortable working independently, in 1:1 and group sessions with individuals of all ages and all abilities, onsite at MCMS and/or in a variety of community settings.  Schedule could include daytime, after school, and/or evening times. 

Reliable transportation is required as this position involves travel in Manchester and southern New Hampshire communities.

Essential Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

– Planning, organizing, and leading goal focused music therapy sessions for groups and individuals with diverse skills, abilities, and needs in a variety of locations.

– Documenting all music therapy sessions and client communications, and completing required periodic reports

– Collaborating with other members of treatment teams, including family members and staff

– Communication/meetings with MCMS MT Department staff on a regular and on-going basis

Please send resume and cover letter to:

Barbara Scott, Director of Music Therapy   email:  bscott@mcmusicschool.org

Manchester Community Music School                                                                         

2291 Elm Street                                                                                                   

Manchester, NH 03104                                                                    

www.mcmusicschool.org

Changing Lives through the Power of Music

GIM training

Have you thought of adding GIM to your practice? Do you have colleagues who have always wanted to learn more about GIM? We are serving as the CBMT Approved Provider for a Level One GIM Training in Connecticut with Madelaine Ventre, who studied with Helen Bonny. Early bird pricing ends on May 30th. Get your applications in soon!

 

https://romanmusictherapy.com/event/introduction-to-gim/

 

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Guided Imagery in Music Training August 24-28, 2019 in Litchfield, Connecticut

Deepen your practice, expand your skills, and earn 46 CMTE credits, including 3 ethics credits! You do not want to miss this training opportunity for a Level One Bonny Method GIM Training. Spend 5 days with Madelaine Ventre, MS, LCAT, MT-BC, and learn about the major components of the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (BMGIM) process. The topics covered include the history, definitions and session format of GIM and music and imagery; imagery; non-ordinary states of consciousness (NOSC); processing techniques; guiding techniques; music in non-ordinary states of consciousness; contra-indications and ethics. This course will include an experiential component in addition to the didactic work.

 

Early bird registration ends on May 30, 2019. Take advantage of the early bird to save on your registration and get the training with all of your food and lodging included for only $1500!  For 46 credits, you can’t beat this!!  Send your applications in as spaces are limited!

https://romanmusictherapy.com/event/introduction-to-gim/

 

Traditional Chinese Medicine, Arts and Culture

Registration is now open for Endicott College Expressive Therapies Symposium: Traditional Chinese Medicine, Arts, and Culture; October 25, 2019, 9:00am – 3:30pm, in the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts, School of Visual and Performing Arts. This one day event will feature a gallery talk, keynote, and hands workshops by experts in the fields of Creative Arts Therapies and Traditional Chinese Medicine. For questions, please contact Expressive Therapies Professor Krystal Demaine, symposium coordinator, kdemaine@endicott.edu.  Follow the link to register: 
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