Tuesday, November 16, 2010

AMTA Conference Preview

I will be leaving for Cleveland this week for the American Music Therapy Association National Conference. In addition, we will be celebrating 60 years of music therapy in the United States! Here are some highlights:

  • Did you know that I am featured in the Erfurt Music Resource? Michelle Erfurt will have a booth in the exhibit hall displaying items from all the merchants who are part of her resource. Check it out!
  • I will be presenting my original research regarding a pilot drumming curriculum at the Research Poster Session. I would love to have you come by and see the results from my research questions! Day: Saturday, November 20 Time: 1:30 - 3:30 pm Place: Gold Room Foyer
  • Using Drums in Therapy: Get Your Groove On! My own session to present tons of useful ideas about using percussion in different therapy settings. It will be one hour of fast and furious drumming and learning! Day: Sunday, November 21 Time: 8:00 am Place: Ambassador Ballroom
Don't miss out on many other great events:

Rachel Rambach and company will be doing a CMTE on Music therapy and the web.
Thursday: 1:30 - 6:30 in Blossom
CMTE Q. Music Therapy in a Web 2.0 World: Technology
for Advocacy and Marketing
Presenter(s): Michelle Erfurt, NMT, NICU-MT, MT-BC; Rachel
Rambach, MM, MT-BC; Kimberly M. Sena Moore, NMT, MM, MT-BC
(Pre-registration and fee required) The new Internet (Web 2.0)
is an interactive and informative platform that provides many
opportunities to network, market, and learn. This part-lecture,
part-workshop will provide an introduction various Web 2.0
tools including personal websites and social media. Participants
are encouraged to bring a laptop for an enriching and in-depth

Kimberly Moore has a great new e-book out about music therapy and private practice.

And Kat Fulton has a new DVD out with great lessons about using drumming with older adults!

Let's go!

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