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Monday, October 17, 2022 - Sunday, October 23, 2022

AMTA 2022 Annual Conference

All Day Event

Hyatt Regency
225 E Coastline Dr
Jacksonville, FL , 32202



AMTA's 2022 Annual Conference

The 2022 AMTA Annual Conference has been cancelled. 
Please see this message from the AMTA Board of Directors for more information.

 
The American Music Therapy Association invites you to our 2022 Annual Conference where we will explore the theme of collaboration with educational sessions, excellent educational content presented by leaders in the profession, and more. CMTE/LCAT credit opportunities available. Check back for more information as it becomes available. 
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Contents:

Call for Proposals
Sponsor the Conference
Call for Research Poster Session Submissions
Sneak Preview of Conference Rates and Discounts
Conference Justification Toolkit
Conference Policies
AMTA Code of Conduct for Events and Association Activities
AMTA Event Accessibility and Accommodations
Contact Us: Questions or comments may be directed to conference@musictherapy.org

 

 

#AMTA22 Conference logo people playing jazzCall for Proposals

The Call for Proposals is now closed. Thank you for your submissions!  You may still submit a Research Session Proposal until June 10.

The theme for the AMTA 2022 Annual Conference will center on the many creative ways that music therapists engage in collaboration. We invite you to consider highlighting these collaborations in your conference session proposals:

  • Collaboration with clients to center their needs, wants, and preferences
  • Multidisciplinary collaboration in treatment processes
  • Collaboration with other music-based service providers to expand the continuum of care
  • Peer collaboration with music therapists for advocacy, support, and advancement of the music therapy profession
  • Any other innovative collaborations you have engaged!
  • Deadline: April 25th, 2022
Presentation Options
  1. On-site (in person) conference ONLY the week of October 17th in Jacksonville, FL
  2. Live Zoom presentation post live conference (November 2022 – May 2023)
  3. Pre-recorded MP4 session for possible virtual platform available post-live conference (November 2022). The recording will be due at the end of October 2022.

For your submission, you will need to be prepared to submit: the name, current confirmed credentials (per AMTA’s style guide, advanced degrees are not written with periods and MT-BC is listed last, only advanced degrees and credentials are included; see AMTA Advisory on Acronyms for more information), mini-biography, photo, and contact information for each presenter. You will also need to submit the presentation title, type, abstract (500 characters maximum, including spaces), audience, learning objectives, long form description, bibliography, release requirements, pre-requisites, possible conflicts for all presenters, instruments requested, conflict of interest declaration, and usage permissions. If you have not already done so, you will need to create an account in the system in order to submit your proposal.  You may save before submitting and come back to your proposal later if necessary. Please ensure that only one person creates a submission or each session proposal.

As a leader in the community, your support of the AMTA 2022 Annual Conference is an opportunity for your organization to receive exposure in the music therapy community and to join other individuals, organizations, and coalitions in supporting AMTA’s mission: to advance public awareness of the benefits of music therapy and increase access to quality music therapy services in a rapidly changing world by making sure those who need music therapy, get quality services. The theme of the 2022 conference is collaboration, which reminds us we can all work together to improve the lives of those we serve, helping them achieve their healthcare goals with music therapy. Click here to learn how you can benefit from sponsoring the AMTA 2022 Annual Conference.

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Click Here to Read the AMTA Code of Conduct for Events and Association Activities

Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access

AMTA is committed to improving, demonstrating, and prioritizing diversity, equity, inclusion, and access in the work and decisions of the association. All AMTA volunteers should be willing to explore and engage in the necessary work to increase understanding, awareness, and actions around diversity, equity, inclusion, access ad anti-racism strategies.

Moreover, all AMTA governance structures and groups should aim to be diverse in its representation with regard to race, color, creed, ancestry, national origin, sex or gender, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, relationship status, socioeconomic status, language, religion, age, geographic, ability, disability, career stage, professional specialty, organization experience, education, health status, political or personal identity, or any other characteristic deemed relevant or pertinent to meet strategic association goals and objectives.

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