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Jun 22, 2017 07:22 PM
Each year, the AMTA Board of Directors honors two long-time members with the Lifetime Achievement Award. The Board is delighted to announce the 2017 recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award: Linda Bosse and Dr. Deforia Lane.
Jun 09, 2017 02:29 PM
AMTA Past President Ronna Kaplan talks about her experience at the recent "Sound Health: Music & the Mind" event, held in partnership with AMTA, NIH, NEA, & the Kennedy Center in her latest Huffington Post column: "Imagine the present, with concert halls and theaters full of musicians, neuroscientists, music therapists, researchers, clients, their family members, general patrons and lovers of the arts, and more."
Jun 05, 2017 03:22 PM
"Sound Health: Music and the Mind" came to the stages of the Kennedy Center, June 2 and 3, 2017. June 3rd featured a series of workshops that included an interactive presentation curated by Dr. Sheri Robb titled "Breakthroughs in Music Therapy: Recovery, Resilience, and Quality of Life."
Jun 04, 2017 10:08 AM
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. held a two-day event, “Sound Health: Music and the Mind,” honoring the power of music and music therapy. Kicked off with a National Symphony Orchestra concert on June 2nd, June 3rd featured a full day of sessions with interactive presentations and shows, including one curated by Dr. Sheri Robb, “Breakthroughs with Music Therapy: Recovery, Resilience, Quality of Life.”
Jun 04, 2017 10:05 AM
This year, the National Memorial Day Concert honored Capt. Luis Avila, a military policeman severely injured after an IED explosion. During the performance segment, featuring acclaimed singer Renée Fleming, a special moment was dedicated to the importance of music therapy services for veterans. Capt. Avila and music therapist, Rebecca Vaudreuil, joined Ms. Fleming on stage to recognize the importance of music therapy in the rehabilitation of America's veterans.
May 30, 2017 04:44 PM
Michael Silverman specializes in music therapy for adults with mental illnesses and substance abuse disorders. In this AMTA-Pro podcast, he talks about single-session music therapy for individuals dealing with complex problems with complicated solutions. Michael provides an overview of educational music therapy interventions, research literature, and how to expediently engage patients in treatment in acute care mental health settings.
May 16, 2017 04:39 PM
Abbby Dvorak, Lindsey Landeck, Marie Lesiak, and Deborah Spiegel have extensive clinical experience working with Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and music therapy. DBT is an active treatment model building skills in four key areas: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. Learn about ways DBT can enhance an MT-BC's music therapy practice as well as how music therapy may enhance and support DBT skills training in the clinical setting.
May 15, 2017 04:12 PM
The editorial by Dr. Daniel Levitin, noted neuroscientist & New York Times best-selling author, was published in The Daily Beast this weekend. Dr. Levitin responds to anti-regulation arguments regarding licensure of music therapists & other professionals. He also emphasizes & champions the scientific basis & clinical importance of music therapy while differentiating from unrelated industries that do not serve vulnerable & at-risk populations in his piece titled "The Regulations That Do Work."
May 04, 2017 08:06 PM
Congressional negotiators agreed on a Bipartisan Omnibus budget appropriations deal that avoided an approaching government shutdown.
Apr 21, 2017 02:14 PM
President Jennifer Geiger shares her regional presidential address given at each regional conference this spring. Couldn’t make it or missed it? Check it out here. Also take a peek at this year’s regional conference highlights and mark your calendars for regionals in 2018!
Apr 06, 2017 03:58 PM
Mark your calendars for a major national event made possible by a partnership between the Kennedy Center, Renée Fleming and the National Institutes of Health, "Sound Health: Music and the Mind." A concert with the National Symphony Orchestra, renowned neuroscientists Daniel Levitin and Charles Limb, and a full day of sessions with interactive presentations and shows focusing on music and child development, music therapy, healthy aging, and improvisation are featured.
Mar 16, 2017 04:08 PM
Sheri Robb and Amanda Henley discuss research and clinical practice implications of pilot study findings and details about the continuation of this study with research funded by a $1.4 million National Institutes of Nursing Research grant. This latest research project studies the effect of play interventions, such as active music engagement and storybook programs, on health outcomes in young children ages 3 to 8 undergoing chemotherapy treatment and their parents.
Mar 07, 2017 04:18 PM
Florence Tyson was a trailblazing music therapist who began her work in the 1950s. In this AMTA-Pro podcast, three of Florence’s colleagues - Ken Aigen, Christopher Bandini, and Jeffrey Friedberg - share compelling stories about their work at the CARC, and about the significant impact of CARC and Florence Tyson on the lives of scores of individuals with mental illness as well as on the staff and community.​
Feb 27, 2017 04:31 PM
The American Music Therapy Association welcomes Kimberly Bell, MT-BC in her expanded role as Social Media Coordinator.
Feb 21, 2017 07:14 PM
Research on the use of music therapy for post-operative pain management conducted by Kirsten Nelson, MA, MT-BC, Mary Adamek, PhD, MT-BC and Charmaine Kleiber, PhD, RN, FAAN is available in the latest edition of Pain Management Nursing. The American Music Therapy Association provided funding for this project through the 2012 Clinician Based Research Award.
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