Sat, Mar 26|
AAMT Spring Conference, 2022
We are so excited to offer a spring conference this year! Featuring our keynote, Kathleen Murphy, and her presentation “Trauma-Informed Care in Music Therapy: Principles, Guidelines, and a Clinical Case Illustration”, our AAMT AGM, and a variety of other presentations from Atlantic Music Therapists.
Time & Location
Mar 26, 2022, 9:00 a.m.
About the event
**AAMT Members please make sure you are logged in when purchasing tickets so you recieve your discounted price ($30/MTA, $20/Student, early bird)**
Keynote: Kathleen Murphy, “Trauma-Informed Care in Music Therapy: Principles, Guidelines, and a Clinical Case Illustration”
Kathleen M. Murphy, PhD, LCAT, MT-BC, is the Program Director, Music Therapy Graduate Studies, State University of New York at New Paltz. She is an active clinician, supervisor, and researcher with over 35 years of clinical experience. Dr. Murphy has authored book chapters and journal articles. She has presented nationally and internationally on a variety of topics related to music therapy clinical practice and issues related to education and professional well-being. Her research interests are focused on music therapy in substance dependence across the lifespan, trauma, and community music therapy.
Welcome and opening address - AAMT President
Presentation: The Eden Philosophy and Music Therapy - Zoë Strutt, (MTA, CMT)
Student/Intern Early Bird
($20 for AAMT Members - discount at check-out!) This ticket gives full access to the conference, at a discounted price for students and interns. AAMT Student and Intern Members get 20% off tickets - please be sure to log in. Grad students, both MTA and not, may register for this category.
For registrations after March 19th, MTAs. Logged in AAMT members receive 33% off the price.
This includes full conference registration for those registering after March 19th. AAMT members will receive 20% off when logged in.
This is a full ticket to the conference and will give access to video recordings of select presentations after, and is for professionals outside of the music therapy profession.