All sessions will take place on zoom and zoom links will be sent out to registrants via email before the seminar.
EMBRACING CHANGE: MUSIC THERAPISTS PROCESSING, ADAPTING, AND INNOVATING
Session 1: Dr. John Mondanaro
Tuesday, October 27, 7:00pm-9:00pm (EST)
John Mondanaro PhD, MT-BC, LCAT, CCLS is the Clinical Director of the Louis Armstrong Department of Music Therapy, where he oversees inpatient services and all clinical training programs. Earning his Ph.D. and M.A. in Music Therapy at New York University, John has written and presented extensively on the arts in healthcare, and is a co-editor of the book, Music and Medicine: Integrative Models in the Treatment of Pain. As a music psychotherapist specializing in palliative care through the lifespan, John’s training and experience across the expressive arts has culminated in a unique clinical approach that is humanistic to the core in its valuing of body, mind, and spirit integration.
Session 2: Dr. Sue Hadley
Saturday, November 7, 11:00am-1:00pm (EST)
Susan Hadley, Ph.D., MT-BC, is the Director of Music Therapy at Slippery Rock University where she teaches the graduate coursework, all of which infuses issues of diversity and centers the work in a commitment to social change. Her books include Sociocultural Identities in Music Therapy: Examples and Implications; Experiencing Race as a Music Therapist: Personal Narratives; Therapeutic Uses of Rap and Hip Hop; Feminist Perspectives in Music Therapy; Narrative Identities: Psychologist Engaged in Self Construction; and Psychodynamic Music Therapy: Case Studies. She has published numerous articles, chapters, and reviews; serves on the editorial boards of several journals; and is co-editor-in-chief of the open access journal Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy.
Session 3: Dr. Debbie Bates
Saturday, November 14, 11:00am-1:00pm (EST)
Dr. Debbie Bates, PhD, MT-BC is the Music Therapy Manager for Arts and Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic and provides music therapy services to patients and families in the Taussig Cancer Institute. With over 20 years of clinical experience, she received her Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy from the University of Dayton and her Masters and PhD in Music Therapy from Temple University. Debbie frequently presents about music therapy ethics at regional, national, and international music therapy conferences and has authored publications on this topic. She is an adjunct professor for the Masters of Music Therapy programs at Augsburg University (MN), Loyola University (LA), and St. Mary-of -the-Woods College (IN).
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify two ways in which the pandemic and related current stressors may impact relationship with and/or ability to serve clients (BCD III.A.1f)
- Identify one new use of technology that assists music therapy clinicians during/since the pandemic that may enhance their music therapy work (BCD III.A.5x)
- Assess personal biases, including cultural competency and cultural humility, and recognize one way in which the application of awareness to music therapy work will improve therapeutic relationships. (BCD II.C.4; IV.A.3; V.B.2,11)
Prerequisites: MT-BC, MT students & interns, members of NJAMT
Qualifications & Credentials: MT-BC, MT students & interns, members of NJAMT
Number of CMTE's Offered: 6
Free for NJAMT members who joined before March 15, 2020
$5.00 for students, includes membership through end of year
$50.00 for professional members who joined NJAMT after March 15, includes membership through end of year
$80.00 for MT-BC non-members, includes membership through end of year
NOTE: Participants must attend all three sessions to earn attendance certificate. MT-BCs may claim segments of the course on their own, but acceptance by CBMT is not guaranteed. LCATs must attend all sessions to receive credit--partial credit cannot be conveyed.
A refund will be given for cancellations requested 7 days prior to the event. No refund will be given after this date or for no-shows. If the workshop is cancelled by the presenter or by NJAMT, a full refund will be given to all prepaid registrants.
Statement of Relationship:
“Embracing Change: Music Therapists Processing, Adapting, and Innovating” is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 6 Continuing Music Therapy Education credits. The MAR-AMTA P#065 maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria. MAR-AMTA,
#CAT-0021, is approved by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an acceptable provider of continuing professional education (CPE) for licensed creative arts therapists. “Embracing Change: Music Therapists Processing, Adapting, and Innovating” provides  contact hours for LCATs.