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New AMTA E-course: Medical Music Therapy

September 22, 2016 11:10 AM

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AMTA is pleased to announce the launch of Medical Music Therapy: Building a Program, presented by Lori Gooding, PhD, MT-BC. The purpose of this AMTA E-course is to provide an overview of the steps involved in proposing, building, and eventually expanding a medical music therapy program. E-course participants will learn how to propose a program and review important points to consider during the process, including (a) supportive data, (b) tips for developing a strategic plan, (c) key points for administrators and decision-makers, (d) elements of an effective proposal, (e) persuasive advocacy and education strategies, and (f) detailed considerations for setting up, evaluating, and expanding the music therapy program. Information presented in this AMTA E-course in conjunction with the research literature and available resources provides a solid platform necessary to develop or expand a music therapy program in a medical setting. Successful completion of this e-course also provides 3 CMTE credits from American Music Therapy Association - CBMT Approved Provider #P-051.

  • Regular Cost: $125 - includes 3 CMTE credits
  • Current AMTA Member Discounted Cost: $75 - includes 3 CMTE credits
 
Order your user-friendly AMTA e-course and receive everything you need to listen and learn at your leisure:
  1. Audio Links. The core of the AMTA E-courses is a speaker sharing their expertise and practical information to enhance your practice.  You will find a link for each e-course to audio files and any other important documents in the first pages of the E-course Workbook.

  2. E-course Workbook. The e-course workbook is a .pdf document includes discussion outline, references, links, and other valuable resources related to the topic. After purchase, you may download the e-course workbook from your account on the AMTA website as many times as you need for up to one year after the purchase date. Once you download the e-course workbook to your local computer, it is yours to keep. After you make your e-course purchase and follow the instructions to check out and pay, you will need to download the e-course workbook by logging in on the AMTA website, then going to My Account>My Transactions>My Downloadable Products. Click on the item to open it. Then save the workbook (a .pdf file) to your local computer.  The workbook will provide all instructions for taking the course and listening to the audio files. Or if you prefer, contact the AMTA office after your purchase and we can email the workbook to you.

  3. CMTE Evaluation. Earn CMTE credits in two steps. Listen to audio discussion, then submit the CMTE Evaluation and assignments electronically. Instructions for submitting your CMTE Evaluation to receive CMTE credits can be found in the e-course workbook.  The evaluation submission form is found on the e-course landing page (which is noted in your e-course workbook).

To learn more about this and other AMTA e-courses, go to the e-course catalog on the AMTA website and click the link to purchase the e-course you desire, which will take you to the AMTA online store where you can add it to your cart, check out and pay to complete your purchase. Or, Visit the Bookstore directly from the homepage under Bookstore>Visit the Bookstore and Shop for: "Merchandise" and select Category: "E-courses" then click the "Go" button. 
 

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