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In this AMTA-Pro podcast, Marilyn Sandness shares engaging stories about her professional journey beginning with a degree from Eastman in 1958, her clinical work in some challenging situations in the early 1960s and through major transformation in the nature of services in the 1970s, her twenty-four rewarding years as a music therapy professor, and her thirty-four intense years as a volunteer with NAMT and AMTA, helping shape the nature of education and training music therapists today.
Funding opportunities for research in music and music therapy.
From the AMTA: National Organization; Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic, Midwestern, New England, Southeastern, Southwestern and Western Regions; and International Relations Committee
This video from the AMTA COVID-19 Task Force, “Ongoing Grief and the Pandemic: Honoring a Year" is a brief presentation by Heather Wagner, PhD, MT-BC, Lauren DiMaio, PhD, MT-BC, and Molly Hicks, MMT, MT-BC, and includes discussion of ongoing grief and a ritual to help music therapists pause and acknowledge COVID-19 losses.
Feb 23, 2021 09:44 PM
MS in Harmony is a digital offering designed to help people living with multiple sclerosis achieve mind-body harmony through music therapy techniques
Feb 17, 2021 07:15 PM
The purpose of the Arthur Flagler Fultz Research Fund is to encourage, promote, and fund music therapy research and/or to conduct research on new and innovative music therapy treatments.
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AMTA’s Government Relations Director Judy Simpson and AMTA’s Senior Federal Policy & Programs Analyst Rebecca Preddie discuss the extensive work of AMTA’s Government Relations team on behalf of the music therapy profession and those music therapists serve. Learn information and contacts music therapists need to get involved in helping raise the impact and efficacy of music therapy services and increasing access to music therapy in areas of health, education, veteran services, and health care.
Feb 07, 2021 02:56 PM
AMTA’s two peer reviewed journals – the Journal of Music Therapy and Music Therapy Perspectives are transitioning communications to you, the members of AMTA, to offer a choice as to how you wish to access the journals when you join AMTA or renew your membership. We’re going green!
Jan 15, 2021 05:20 PM
Music therapy has served an essential purpose for clients, family members, and healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Decisions regarding vaccine distribution are being made at the state level.​
Jan 15, 2021 05:17 PM
Vaccine prioritization criteria vary across states. Therefore, music therapists may need to advocate for themselves and music therapy interns to receive vaccine access. This statement is provided to help you in your advocacy efforts.
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Jan 15, 2021 03:50 PM
AMTA’s monthly newsletter is filled with important information about the work AMTA does to further the profession and how membership in AMTA benefits YOU. Music Therapy Matters is available as a benefit of membership in AMTA. Though Matters is a member-only benefit, this January issue is available to all as a sneak peak. Be sure to renew your membership in 2021 to continue access to this member resource.​
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Beginning January, 2021, Music Therapy Matters' "Presidential Perspectives" column will be presented as a monthly email to AMTA members. Here's a preview of January's column for all to see. Join AMTA/Renew your membership to ensure you get all the latest news from AMTA!
As we, the music therapy community, continue to experience events that impact us and those we serve, supporting ourselves and each other is of great concern. Music Therapy is a powerful tool to promote the healing process. For a resource to support individual self-care or your professional work with others, visit the AMTA website to read our Cultivating Deliberate Resilience resource as part of our COVID-19 Resources page.
AMTA COVID-19 Task Force Grand Rounds Series: International Coalition Performing Arts Aerosol Study: Latest Results. Join us as Dr. James Weaver shares the latest results from the International Coalition Performing Arts Aerosol study. We also explore how the data relate to music therapy practice.
Jan 03, 2021 12:05 PM
Music therapy continues to serve an essential purpose for clients, family members, and healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Telepractice has not only allowed for continuity of services but has also enhanced therapeutic outcomes and improved family involvement in their loved ones’ progress.​
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