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Music Therapy

What is Music Therapy?
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What is it?
Music Therapy is...
In Hospitals
In Special Education
Music Therapy
Geriatric Settings
2000
2010
2005
http://www.musictherapyworld.net/WFMT/Home.html
American Music Therapy Association (AMTA)
http://emtc-eu.com/
New England Region
Southeastern Region
Western Region
British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT)
Germany
Poland
Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT)
http://www.cbmt.org/
http://www.musictherapy.org/
Southwestern Region
http://www.wramta.org/
Music Therapy Association of Washington
http://www.musictherapywa.org/info/
Utah Association of Music Therapists
http://www.uamt.org/
Oregon Association for Music Therapy
http://www.oregonmusictherapy.org/
Arizona Music Therapy Association
http://www.azmta.org/
http://www.swamta.com/
http://www.ser-amta.org/web2/index.php
http://www.musictherapynewengland.org/
Mid-Atlantic Region
http://www.mar-amta.org/
Great Lakes Region
http://www.glr-amta.org/Welcome.html
Arts and Services for Disabled, Inc. – Long Beach, CA
Atascadero State Hospital – Atascadero, CA
Banner Desert Medical Center – Mesa, AZ
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
DMH – Vacaville Psychiatric Program
Fairview Developmental Center – Costa Mesa, CA
Hope University – Anaheim, CA
Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital & Clinics – San Francisco, CA
Lanterman Developmental Center – Pomona, CA
Marvin Picollo School – Reno, NV
Metropolitan State Hospital – Norwalk, CA
Mobile Music Therapy Services of Orange County – Norwalk, CA
Morton Bakar Center – Hayward, CA
Music to Grow On, Music Therapy Services – Sacramento, CA
MusicWorx, Inc. – San Diego, CA
Oasis Rehabilitation Center – Indio, CA
Porterville Develpmental Center – Porterville, CA
Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care of California – Los Angeles, San Diego, & Orange, CA
Sonoma Developmental Center – Eldridge, CA
Sunshine Terrace – Logan, UT
The Music Therapy Center – San Diego, CA
UC Davis Children’s Hospital – Sacramento, CA
Utah State Developmental Center – American Fork, UT
Veteran’s Home of California – Yountville, CA
Victoria Healthcare & Rehabilitation
Whidbey General Hospital – Coupeville, WA
Western Region National Roster Clinical Training Sites:
Arizona State University
California State University, Northridge
Marylhurst University
Seattle Pacific University
University of the Pacific
Utah State University
Western Region Universities with Music Therapy Degree Programs:
Music Therapy Association of South Carolina
http://mtasconline.org/
Music Therapy Association of North Carolina
http://www.ncmusictherapy.org/
Music Therapy Association of Kentucky
http://www.ser-amta.org/kentucky/
Music Therapy Association of Georgia
http://www.georgiamusictherapy.org/
Florida Association for Music Therapy
http://www.floridamusictherapy.com/collegesandclinicaltraining.htm
Alabama
Arkansas
Louisiana
Mississippi
Tennessee
Midwestern Region
http://www.mw-amta.org/
Colorado
Iowa
Kansas
Missouri Montana
Nebraska
North Dakota
South Dakota Wyoming
Midwestern Region AMTAS
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Midwestern-Region-AMTAS/196199387068518
Colorado State University - Dept. of Music, Theatre, and Dance
Fort Collins, CO
(970) 491-5888 - William Davis, PhD, RMT

University of Iowa
300
Communications Center, Iowa City, IA
(319) 335-1643 - Mary Adamek, PhD, MT-BC

Wartburg College - School of Music
Waverly, IA
(319) 352-8401 - Melanie Harms, MME, MT-BC, NMT

University of Kansas - MEMT Division
Room 448C Murphy Hall, 1530 Naismith Drive, Lawrence, KS
(785) 864-9635 - Cynthia Colwell, Ph.D., MT-BC

Maryville University - Department of Music
13550 Conway Road, St. Louis, MO
(314) 529-9441 - Cynthia Briggs, PsyD, MT-BC

University of Missouri-KC - Conservatory of Music
4949 Cherry, 317 Grant Hall, Kansas City, MO 64110-2229
(816) 235-2920 - Robert Groene,II, PhD, MT-BC

Drury University
109 O’Bannon Hall, 900 North Benton Avenue, Springfield, MO 65802
(417) 873-7370 - Michael Cassity, Ph.D., MT-BC

University of North Dakota - Hughes Fine Arts
3350 Campus Road, Stop 7125, Grand Forks, ND 58202-7125
(701) 777-2836 - Andrew Knight, MA, MT-BC
Midwestern Region Schools
Washington D.C
West Virginia
Virginia
Pennsylvania
New York
New Jersey
http://www.njmusictherapy.org/
Maryland
Delaware
Illinois Association for Music Therapy
http://musictherapyillinois.org/
Association for Indian Music Therapy
http://www.indianamusictherapists.com/
Michigan Music Therapists
http://www.mmtonline.org/
Music Therapy Association of Minnesota
http://musictherapymn.com/
Association of Ohio Music Therapists
http://www.aomt.org/
Wisconsin Chapter for Music Therapy
http://musictherapywisconsin.org/
Music Therapy Organizations
Music Therapy in History
MT for children with ADHD
Autism Spectrum Disorders

WFMT is dedicated to developing and promoting music therapy throughout the world as an art and science. The Federation supports the global development of educational programs, clinical practice, and research to demonstrate the contributions of music therapy to humanity.
World Federation of Music Therapy
Africa
North America
Southeast Asia
Eastern Mediterranean
Australia/New Zealand
Latin America
Europe
Western Pacific
REGIONAL LIAISONS
is held every three years. Music therapy professionals and experts in related fields from around the world gather at the congress to share ideas, experiences, trends, and research outcomes.
European Music Therapy
Confederation (EMTC)
Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft Musiktherapie – BAG Musiktherapie
(former Kasseler Konferenz Musiktherapeutischer Vereinigungen in Deutschland)
-> Berufsverband der Musiktherapeutinnen und Musiktherapeuten in Deutschland e.V. BVM
-> Deutsche Gesellschaft für Musiktherapie e.V. DGMT
-> Deutsche Musiktherapeutische Vereinigung zur Förderung des Konzepts nach Schwabe e.V. DMVS
-> Berufsverband für Anthroposophische Kunsttherapie e.V. BVAKT
-> Verein zur Förderung der Nordoff/Robbins Musiktherapie e.V. NoRo
Augsburg – Nürnberg, Hochschule für Musik,
Prof. Dr. Tonius Timmermann,
http://www.hfm-n-a.de/
Berlin – Universität Berlin,
Prof. Dr. Mechthild Langenberg and Prof. Dr. Karin Schumacher
http://www.udk-berlin.de/sites/musiktherapie/content/index_ger.html
Hamburg – Universität Hamburg,
Prof. Dr. Hans-Helmut Decker-Voigt, www.musikhochschule-hamburg.de
Münster – Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Dr. Rosemarie Tüpker
http://www.uni-muenster.de/Musiktherapie/
Siegen – Universität-Gesamthochschule,
Ingeborg Kritzer and Prof. Hartmut Kapteina
http://www.musiktherapie-sasp.de/
Frankfurt – University of Applied Science,
Prof. Dr. Eckhard Weymann
http://www.fh-frankfurt.de/de/fachbereiche/fb4.html
Heidelberg – University of Applied Sciences,
Prof. Dr. Volker Bolay
http://www.fh-heidelberg.de/de/fakultaeten/fakultaet-fuer-therapiewissenschaften/
Magdeburg –Stendal, University of Applied Sciences,
Prof. Dr. Susanne Metzner and Prof. Dr. Manuela Schwartz,
https://www.hs-magdeburg.de/
Würzburg-Schweinfurt, University of Applied Sciences, Prof. Dr. Thomas Wosch,

http://www.fhws.de/
Bad Klosterlausnitz – Akademie für angewandte Musiktherapie Crossen
, Ulrike Haase
http://www.musiktherapie-crossen.de/
Berlin – Institut für Musiktherapie,
Petra Jürgens,
http://www.musiktherapieberlin.de/
Berlin – Musiktherapeutische Arbeitsstätte,
Peter Fausch
http://www.musiktherapeutische-arbeitsstaette.de/
Berlin – Institut für Gestalttherapie und Gestaltpädagogik e.V.,
http://www.iggberlin.de/
Hückeswagen – Europäische Akademie,
Josef Moser,
http://www.eag-fpi.com/
München – Institut für Musiktherapie/ Freies Musikzentrum,
Dorothee v. Moreau und Andreas Wölfl,
http://www.fmz.de/aktuell/
München – Orff-Institut,
Dr. Melanie Voigt ,
www.dae-r.de
Training Programs
In Germany there are many different ways of becoming a music therapist. There are 9 Government supported courses at academic level, 2 of them at a graduate school level (four years full-time), 7 as a postgraduate training (2 or 3 years, part time) after studies of music, psychology, medicine, social work, music teaching and others.
Additionally, there are 8 privately supported institutes for postgraduate training courses. They follow different ways of methodology and theory: Psychotherapeutically orientated (analytically, humanistic, morphological, integrative), anthroposophic, plus following concepts by Schwabe, Orff, and Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy.
MUSIC THERAPY IN GERMANY _ History/Timeline:
Separated development in the two parts of Germany:
- About 1960: East-G: Development of music therapy at the Universities of Leipzig and Rostock: West-G: Beginning of music therapy in practice
- 1969: East: First music therapy section in the Society for Medical Psychotherapy, First German conference on music therapy with participants from all over Europe in Leipzig West: First private course in anthroposophical music therapy
- 1970: East: Music therapy courses (Crossen), 2 nd music therapy section in the Society of Rehabilitation
- 1972 West: Foundation of the Society for Music Therapy, DGMT
- 1978: West:1st International Symposium for Music Therapy Education in Herdecke since 1978: West: Several state-certified degree courses at Universities and Academies (Heidelberg, Hamburg, Würzburg, Münster, Witten, Berlin, Frankfurt) and several Private courses (Hückeswagen, München)
- 1978-84: West: Foundation of professional associations for music therapists (DBVMT and BKM, 1999 united to BVM)
- 1980: West: „Musiktherapeutische Umschau“

1990 Foundation of DMVO
1992Akademie Crossen
1994Foundation of Kassel Conference of Music Therapy Organisations in Germany
19968th World Congress of Music Therapy in Hamburg
1999State-certified degree course at University of Applied Sciences in Magdeburg
2003Recognition of First Master Course in Music Therapy at University of Applied
Sciences in Frankfurt / Main
2004Master Course at University of Applied Sciences in Heidelberg
2005Accreditation of Master Course in Music Therapy at (private) University of
Witten/Herdecke
2005Kassel Conference of Music Theapy Organisations in Germany changes into:
Federal Association of Music Therapy (BAG Musiktherapie = Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft Musiktherapie, including the six official professional organisations and the two bodies of state-run AMA and private-run training courses SAMT
2006DMVO changes into DMVS: Deutsche Musiktherapeutische Vereinigung zur Förderung
des Konzepts nach Schwabe e.V.
2008Fusion of DGMT and BVM resulting in DMtG (Deutsche Musiktherapeutische Gesellschaft)
2008Closing of Master Course in Music Therapy at University of Witten/Herdecke
There are
3 groups of the Polish music therapists
:
1
- mainly graduates of
The Music Academy on Wroclaw
– they mostly belong to
The Polish Association of Music Therapists
2
- majority are graduates of different postgraduate studies on arts therapies organized by different universities, recently by Th
e Maria Curie Sklodowska University o
n
Lublin –
they belong to the Th
e Polish Association for Arts Therapies (
http://www.kajros.pl/szulc/) – actively 25 persons.
3
-
independent,
sometimes active in writing on music therapy
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
BAMT members have access to regional groups and networks focusing on specialist areas, both of whom provide a range of CPD opportunities. As part of the regulation of the profession, CPD for UK therapists is monitored by the Health Professions Council. This year, 2.5% of Arts Therapists (including Music Therapists) have been selected for audit, requiring submission of a log of all CPD activities, evidence and a profile of how they have met the relevant standards. BAMT has offered advice and support to those selected.
http://www.bamt.org/
Training Courses in Britain:
Music Therapy training courses in the UK (all masters level courses)
Roehampton University, London (www.roehampton.ac.uk)
Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London (www.gsmd.ac.uk)
Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy, London (www.nordoff-robbins.org.uk)
Nordoff Robbins, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester (www.nordoff-robbins.org.uk)
University of the West of England, Bristol (www.uwe.ac.uk)
Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (www.anglia.ac.uk)
Nordoff Robbins, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh (www.qmu.ac.uk)
University of Wales, Newport (www.newport.ac.uk) subject to validation
->
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
http://www.jkp.com/
by Ellen de Havilland, MT-BC
Sponsored by The Music Moment, LLC
UNFINISHED PROJECT
Want to contribute to the final presentation? Send an e-mail to TheMusicMoment@gmail.com
Music Therapy (MT) is an evidence-based practice that uses music as a medium to accomplish therapeutic goals in a clinical setting.
Those individualized goals may address issues of
cognition, academic concepts, motor functioning, emotional needs,
or

socialization
.

The interweaving relationship between the individual(s), the music, and the credentialed professional, establish a success-oriented therapeutic relationship. MT interventions are evidence-based, and continuing research aims to dig deeper into the evidence that supports its value in our world today.

Music Therapy may be provided in an individual or group setting. People of all ages and abilities benefit from MT treatment
(Children, Adolescents, Adults & Elderly)
.
THIS SECTION TO BE EDITED
Where Music Therapists work
Continued....
Music Therapists provide treatment in the following settings...

Medical Hospitals, Treatment Centers, Psychiatric Hospitals, Hospice Programs, Nursing Homes, Home Visit, Family Therapy


Public & Private Schools, Special Education


Mental Health Centers, Drug & Alcohol Programs, Senior Centers, Day Care Treatment Centers, Correctional Facilities, Wellness Centers, Family Therapy, Residential Facilities, Private Practice
Healthcare
Educational Settings
Community Centers
Private Practice
MT Interventions
Continued....
MT Interventions...
MT Interventions are based on the client needs and use composition, singing, moving, and listening to music to assess, address, and evaluate progress. The interventions may be designed:
-Motivation for participation in Geriatric Care

– for individuals with Acute and Chronic Pain

– Outlet to Express Feelings and Avenue for Communication, and Foundation for Emotional Support, and as space for spiritual needs and exploration

– Enhance Memory, & for individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease

– Improve Communication Abilities

– Promote Physical Rehabilitation, Facilitate Movement, & for individuals with Physical Disabilities

– for individuals with Developmental & Learning Disabilities

– for individuals on the Autism Spectrum

-for individuals with Brain Injuries, Substance Abuse Problems, Aging Related Conditions
to Promote Wellness
to Manage Stress
to Alleviate Pain
to address Emotional Wellbeing & Mental Health needs
to address Cognitive Skills
to address Social Functioning
to address Physical Health & Motor Functions
to address Academic goals
to address Sensory Needs
...and THAT'S NOT ALL!
MT Interventions...
Most MT interventions address multiple goals at the same time.
While working with an individual with Dementia in a nursing home, the Music Therapist presents the client with a familiar song from his wedding day. The therapist plays the song on his guitar while singing along, and omits some of the lyrics, giving the client accompaniment and space to fill in the gaps. While doing this intervention the MT addresses: cognition and memory recall; verbal (singing) communication & fluency of speech; emotional expression; socialization; issues with depression and anxiety; and gives the individual a moment to share with the music (I call that “The Music Moment” ). The music is a familiar and accessible motivation to engage in treatment.
(Check out this
video
)
EXAMPLE:
What an intervention involves...
Continued....
A MT Intervention
may involve...
Lyric Discussion
Music Performance
Music & Imagery
Learning through Music
Song Writing

Receptive Music Listening
Improvisation
So what’s so cool about MT?
It’s FUN,

SUCCESS-ORIENTED,

NON-INVASIVE.
A Music Therapist Training
A
Board Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC)
is trained and certified through the
Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT).
The training process involves the minimum of a Bachelors degree and approved training program, 1200 hours of clinical field training, a 6-month+ supervised internship with an approved MT program, and passing of the Board Certification Exam.

Professional Music Therapists attend conferences, participate in research studies, and attend regular training sessions for
Continuing Music Therapy Education (CMTE)
credits, of which they are required to log 100 credits every 5 years for certification renewal.

Note: The
National Music Therapy Registry (NMTR)
serves qualified music therapy professionals with the following designations: RMT, CMT, ACMT. These individuals have met accepted educational and clinical training standards and are qualified to practice music therapy.
(Sources: AMTA, CBMT)
The
American Music Therapy Association (AMTA)
is the central support center for Music Therapists in the United States, and sets the education and clinical training standards for Music Therapists. Their mission is to “advance public awareness of the benefits of music therapy and increase access to quality music therapy services in a rapidly changing world”. Research supported by the AMTA is published in the
Journal of Music Therapy
, and
Music Therapy Perspectives.

The AMTA works closely with the C
ertification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT)
to assure quality regulation and set the standards for clinical practice.
http://cbmt.org/
http://www.musictherapy.org/
MISSION
The World Congress of Music

Therapy
http://www.musictherapyworld.net/WFMT/Sound_Board.html
This project invites music therapists around the world to submit sound files capturing therapeutic moments of their clinical work. The intention is to learn about the healing sounds in music therapy from all traditions and cultures around the world.
http://www.musictherapytoday.wfmt.info/Music_Therapy_Today/Home.html
Articles that are related to music therapy education, practice, and research.

http://www.wfmt.info/Musictherapyworld/
http://www.musictherapyworld.net/WFMT/International_Library_of_Music.html
International Library of Music
Sound Board
Music Therapy Today
Music Therapy World
LINKS:
American Music Therapy Association (AMTA)
New England Region
Southeastern Region
Western Region
http://www.musictherapy.org/
http://www.wramta.org/
Music Therapy Association of Washington
http://www.musictherapywa.org/info/
Utah Association of Music Therapists
http://www.uamt.org/
Oregon Association for Music Therapy
http://www.oregonmusictherapy.org/
Arizona Music Therapy Association
http://www.azmta.org/
http://www.ser-amta.org/web2/index.php
http://www.musictherapynewengland.org/
Mid-Atlantic Region
http://www.mar-amta.org/
Great Lakes Region
http://www.glr-amta.org/Welcome.html
Arts and Services for Disabled, Inc. – Long Beach, CA
Atascadero State Hospital – Atascadero, CA
Banner Desert Medical Center – Mesa, AZ
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center
DMH – Vacaville Psychiatric Program
Fairview Developmental Center – Costa Mesa, CA
Hope University – Anaheim, CA
Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital & Clinics – San Francisco, CA
Lanterman Developmental Center – Pomona, CA
Marvin Picollo School – Reno, NV
Metropolitan State Hospital – Norwalk, CA
Mobile Music Therapy Services of Orange County – Norwalk, CA
Morton Bakar Center – Hayward, CA
Music to Grow On, Music Therapy Services – Sacramento, CA
MusicWorx, Inc. – San Diego, CA
Oasis Rehabilitation Center – Indio, CA
Porterville Develpmental Center – Porterville, CA
Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care of California – Los Angeles, San Diego, & Orange, CA
Sonoma Developmental Center – Eldridge, CA
Sunshine Terrace – Logan, UT
The Music Therapy Center – San Diego, CA
UC Davis Children’s Hospital – Sacramento, CA
Utah State Developmental Center – American Fork, UT
Veteran’s Home of California – Yountville, CA
Victoria Healthcare & Rehabilitation
Whidbey General Hospital – Coupeville, WA
Western Region National Roster
Clinical Training Sites:
Arizona State University

California State University, Northridge

Marylhurst University

Seattle Pacific University

University of the Pacific

Utah State University
Western Region Universities with
Music Therapy Degree Programs:
Music Therapy Association of South Carolina
http://mtasconline.org/
Music Therapy Association of North Carolina
http://www.ncmusictherapy.org/
Music Therapy Association of Kentucky
http://www.ser-amta.org/kentucky/
Music Therapy Association of Georgia
http://www.georgiamusictherapy.org/
Florida Association for Music Therapy
http://www.floridamusictherapy.com/collegesandclinicaltraining.htm
Alabama
Arkansas
Louisiana
Mississippi
Tennessee
Midwestern Region
http://www.mw-amta.org/
Colorado
Iowa
Kansas
Missouri
Montana
Midwestern Region AMTAS
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Midwestern-Region-AMTAS/196199387068518
Colorado State University - Dept. of Music, Theatre, and Dance
Fort Collins, CO
(970) 491-5888 - William Davis, PhD, RMT

University of Iowa
300
Communications Center, Iowa City, IA
(319) 335-1643 - Mary Adamek, PhD, MT-BC

Wartburg College - School of Music
Waverly, IA
(319) 352-8401 - Melanie Harms, MME, MT-BC, NMT

University of Kansas - MEMT Division
Room 448C Murphy Hall, 1530 Naismith Drive, Lawrence, KS
(785) 864-9635 - Cynthia Colwell, Ph.D., MT-BC

Maryville University - Department of Music
13550 Conway Road, St. Louis, MO
(314) 529-9441 - Cynthia Briggs, PsyD, MT-BC

University of Missouri-KC - Conservatory of Music
4949 Cherry, 317 Grant Hall, Kansas City, MO 64110-2229
(816) 235-2920 - Robert Groene,II, PhD, MT-BC

Drury University
109 O’Bannon Hall, 900 North Benton Avenue, Springfield, MO 65802
(417) 873-7370 - Michael Cassity, Ph.D., MT-BC

University of North Dakota - Hughes Fine Arts
3350 Campus Road, Stop 7125, Grand Forks, ND 58202-7125
(701) 777-2836 - Andrew Knight, MA, MT-BC
Midwestern Region
Schools
Washington D.C
West Virginia
Virginia
Pennsylvania
New York
New Jersey http://www.njmusictherapy.org/
Maryland
Delaware
Illinois Association for Music Therapy
http://musictherapyillinois.org/
Association for Indian Music Therapy http://www.indianamusictherapists.com/
Michigan Music Therapists
http://www.mmtonline.org/
Music Therapy Association of Minnesota
http://musictherapymn.com/
Association of Ohio Music Therapists
http://www.aomt.org/
Wisconsin Chapter for Music Therapy http://musictherapywisconsin.org/
Southwestern Region
Nebraska
North Dakota
South Dakota
Wyoming
Midwestern Region
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Texas
http://www.swamta.com/
Southwestern Region
Western Region
Southeastern Region
Great Lakes Region
Mid-Atlantic Region
New England Region
Music Therapy
Music Therapy Organizations
What is it?
History
by Ellen de Havilland, MT-BC
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