Music Therapy Round Table
By Music Therapy Round Table
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We’re three song-making music therapists from different parts of the United States. Although we have different backgrounds, we are united in our common interest in the therapeutic use of music. This podcast is your connection to our discussions on music therapy topics of importance to us.
||Episode 72: Live from #AMTA15!||We look forward to this episode every year, because it is one of very few that we actually record in person. Just as we have in conferences past, the four of us gathered around the microphone at our “rectangle” table in the exhibit hall. In th||20 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 71: How To Effectively Work From Home||Many music therapists find themselves working from home in one way or another. They may be in private practice with a home office or need to take some work home for the night. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to be efficient in the home environment.||19 10 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 70: What We’re Reading||As hard as it can be to fit reading into our busy schedules, it’s a great form of both personal development and self-care. We’re always looking for book recommendations ourselves, so we thought we’d help you expand your reading list. In this episode||28 9 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 69: MTR2025, The Future of Music Therapy Research||In this episode 69 of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, we welcome AMTA senior advisor Barb Else to the podcast to talk about a new AMTA initiative called Music Therapy Research 2025, or MTR 2025. Barb is a music therapist with considerable experienc||19 8 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 68: An Episode of Small Talk||Photo credit: Image courtesy of nenetus at freedigitalphoto.net In this episode 68 of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, we take a break from our regularly scheduled programming and dedicate the entire episode to . . . small talk. Join us as we take a||21 7 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 67: Music Therapy Gear||Every craftsman (or woman) has his or her tools. A carpenter has his saws and drill bits. A surgeon – her forceps and scalpels. A gardener has her spade and pruner. In many trades and professions, the tools become personal to the ones using them. Yo||9 6 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 66: Music Therapy In The Medical Setting||Photo credit: MGDboston from morguefile.comThe 2013 AMTA Member Survey & Workforce Analysis reports that 12% of their members work within the medical/surgical population. This turns out to be the third most popular population you will find a music the||12 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 65: The Transition from Intern to Professional||The four of us have been there: at the end of a six-month (or longer) internship, on the cusp of becoming professional music therapists. As exciting as it is to be in this position, it can also be a little scary and overwhelming. In this episode 65 of the||10 4 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 64: An Episode on Music Therapy Research||The 2015 Scope of Music Therapy Practice defines “music therapy” as “the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals for people of all ages and ability levels within a therapeutic relationship by a crede||24 3 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 63: Nailing the Interview||Today we are here to talk about something that occurs in every music therapist’s and every student’s career, and that is, the job interview. This might be for an internship or a new professional opportunity. Professionals in private practice also find||9 2 2015||Free||View In iTunes|