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Music Therapy Faculty and Internship Directors

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Resources for Additional Education and Clinical Training Hours

AMTA does not endorse products or services, but wishes to provide broad access to opportunities during this dramatic shift in practice and learning due to COVID-19.

  • Sound Birthing Music offers courses for music therapy Interns during COVID-19. Tor more information, inquire at [April 29, 2020]
    • Prenatal Music Bonding, May 3-June 13, 2020, Kate Comstock, MT-BC
    • Postpartum Music Therapy, May 3-June 13, 2020, Summer Lall, MT-BC
  • Ted Ficken, PhD, CPHQ, MT-BC/L offers potential guest speaker lectures for online classes. For more information, email [April 29, 2020]
  • See additional continuing education opportunities under "Education and CMTE or LCAT credits"
Distance Learning Considerations:
Resources from Oxford University Press:

E-books from Oxford University Press freely available through May 25 *Please note: Students must have/create an account using their institutional email address.:

Other OUP Digital Resources: Oxford’s Ancillary Resource Center, for all disciplines and courses: (drop-down “Disciplines” at the top of the page to browse the title list). You do not need to have adopted an OUP text to use these resources. To view the full range of solutions, resources, training programs, and helpful tips, please visit and bookmark OUP's COVID-19 resource page.

Google Universal CASA has been enabled across the Oxford Academic platform as of 12th March. This extends the implementation of Universal CASA across all OUP journals. CASA, or Campus Activated Subscriber Access, enables Google Scholar users from subscribing institutions like universities and libraries to access their subscription content even when they are not on campus. Universal CASA extends this capability beyond Google Scholar to ensure a seamless access journey is possible wherever a user starts their research journey.  Implementation has been accelerated to allow easy access during this time of international crisis. COUNTER-5 Statistics: Users accessing content via CASA are counted as part of that institution’s usage and will be included in COUNTER-5 statistics. User Experience: Users will need to initially access content on their device while on campus to enable CASA to work remotely. However, if a user signs into their university or library network and uses Google Scholar, then comes back another day, off-network, and tries to access OUP content, CASA will enable that access.

Resources from the American Psychological Association:

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