Passages 2021 Online
Friday, November 5th & Saturday, November 6th
Building Resilience; A Path Towards Unity
After over a year of darkness, it is important that as music therapists, we understand it is okay to not be okay. As we navigate through the new normal, we will find a path of uncertainty, but also a path towards unity. Through resilience, we must have the courage to discover our own light and lead the way for others. Resilience is not just about one person, but also about coming together as a music therapy community and helping our clients create their own light and truly express their authentic selves through music.
NER-AMTAS invites you to join us at this student & professional music therapy conference event online in rebuilding, reconnecting, and rekindling the light that leads the way towards resilience and unity in the music therapy field. Over the course of two days, this event will feature online presentations by music therapy students and new professionals.
We welcome all to attend! :)
The Passages 2021 Program is here!
Check out our guest speakers line-up!
Music Trivia Night!
Sunday, October 10th @7:00pm
Join us on Zoom to challenge your brain, put your music knowledge skills to the test, and potentially win some music therapy prizes!
Missed Mini-Passages 2021? No worries!
Scroll down to watch all of the presentations :)
Breaking Down the Wall: Clinical Songwriting to Cultivate Expression
Presenter: Sebastian Janoski
Brain Training for Music Therapy Students
Presenter: Alec Johnson
Let's Elevate the Field: Creating Relevant, Clinical, and Applicable Presentations
Presenter: Diana Cortes
Becoming a Bold Clinician
Presenter: Abigail Thorley
Three Music Therapy Interventions You Can Use on Zoom
Presenter: Corrine Mina
Amplifying Unheard Voices for Transformative Justice
A Student & Professional Music Therapy Conference Event
| Saturday & Sunday, March 27-28th |
Call for Papers is open!
Are you a Music Therapy Student or New Professional? Come present at Mini-Passages 2021!
We look forward to receiving your submissions!
Sign up for all of NER-AMTAS Upcoming Spring 2021 Events!
Join us for guest lectures, a panel, Mini-Passages, and our annual student business meeting :)
Join us with Mellany Gomez, MT-BC, our third guest speaker!
Mellany will be delivering a music therapy presentation on Zoom, discussing the in's and out's of the board-certification exam, a new professional career, private practice, and more!
Saturday, March 6th @10:00am-10:45am EST
Join us with Cacia King, MM, MT-BC, our first guest speaker!
Cacia will be delivering a music therapy presentation on Zoom, focusing on maintaining a flexible approach for a diverse field.
Saturday, February 20th @4:00pm-5:00pm EST
Join us with Freddy Perkins, MT-BC, our second guest speaker!
Freddy will be delivering a music therapy presentation on Zoom, focusing on moving towards authenticity within the music therapy field!
Saturday, February 27th @12:00pm-1:00pm EST
Representing the Black Music Therapy Network, join us with guest speaker
Ph.D., MA, MT-BC
to continue the conversation about social justice in the music therapy practice. Please join us for a discussion-based presentation this upcoming Sunday, November 29th @2pm EST on Zoom.
We've Got the Beat: Music Therapy Awareness Concert/Open Mic Fundraiser
WHEN: Saturday, March 2, 2019, 7-10 pm
WHERE: The Bebop Restaurant, 1116 Boylston Street, Boston.
This event is open to the public -- ALL are welcome! The Bebop is all ages until 10 pm.
The open mic runs from 7-8:30 pm. Sign-up to perform HERE!
Acoustic guitar and upright acoustic piano provided.
Catch Headliner Kayla Daly, with Alli Fox and Friends @ 8:45pm!
Kayla Daly is a professional musician and board-certified music therapist from Worcester, Massachusetts. She has been voted Worcester Magazine's Best Female Vocal Artist and Best Singer-Songwriter. Kayla's life work has been developing the Worcester Center for Expressive Therapies where she serves as owner and clinical director providing music therapy, art therapy and licensed mental health counseling to the greater Worcester County area.
Allison Fox is a master's level clinician, board certified music therapist, and certified dementia specialist located in Central Massachusetts. She is an adjunct faculty member at Lesley University and Anna Maria College, and Assistant Director of Resident Services at Golden Pond Assisted Living, Hopkinton, MA. As a musician, Alli is primarily a drummer and percussionist, but she also enjoys singing and playing piano, guitar, and bass, both clinically and professionally.
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