MMTA

Welcome to the Massachusetts Music Therapy Alliance

First of all, we hope all in our communities and elsewhere are safe and doing well during these difficult times. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if in need of support or assistance.

**If you haven’t already, please also CLICK HERE to fill out the membership form and pay dues for the 2021-2022 season.**

The Massachusetts Music Therapy Alliance invites you to join us this Saturday, October 2nd  for our first virtual mini-conference of the season.

MMTA Mini-Conference #1: Community Meeting
Date: 
Saturday, October 2nd, 2021
Time: 9:30am Virtual coffee and tech check; Conference 10am until 12:30pm
Where: Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81734944338?pwd=OEdUdGpscmZLaS9wNm1hN3dINFpmZz09

Meeting ID: 817 3494 4338
Passcode: 515653

Moderator: Andrew Krahn, MA, MT-BC, Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapist



Our theme this year is MMTA is 40(ish)! Looking Back and Looking Forward. We hope that you will join us to learn and reflect on the history of MMTA, and its significance in regards to the progression of music therapy in the region. Through this journey, participants will re-examine their own experiences as developing music therapists, and consider future goals and outcomes as our field continues to grow.

Future dates, December 4th 2021, February 5th 2022, details to come!

We are celebrating our 40th(ish)!!!! year of supporting Music Therapists, Therapeutic Musicians, students, and anyone interested in the field through providing ongoing training.  


CMTEs: We meet three times a year and offer 5 CMTEs (Continuing Music Therapy Education credits) for attending all three meetings. Individual sessions can be submitted for partial credits as well. 


Cancellation and Refund Policy: If cancelled, meeting will be rescheduled for an alternative date. 

We have added a new way for our professional community to connect with us and each other via MMTA’s Google Group. To subscribe, send an email to massmusictherapyalliance@googlegroups.com and in the Subject Line, type “Subscribe”. From there, you can post events, announcements, job postings, professional development topics, research questions, etc or just say hi.

To become a member, please visit our membership page.