Episode 74: Social Media Advocacy Month 2016

by MTRT on February 2, 2016

January marks social media advocacy month in the music therapy community. Throughout the month, music therapy bloggers and podcasters, like us, band together to talk about music therapy, advocacy, and the importance of being a music therapy advocate. This year’s social media advocacy month theme centers on the role we have as advocates. Just as there are different styles and flavors to being a music therapist, so, too, are there different styles and flavors to being an advocate. It’s the combination of different styles that makes advocacy efforts successful!

In this episode 74 of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, we take a look at different advocacy styles and our roles as advocates for music therapy.

Show Notes

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This episode is an interview with AMTA President-Elect, Jennifer Geiger. In addition to providing leadership in our professional organization, Jennifer has been a business owner since the year 2000 (congratulate her on her 15-year anniversary!) and has specialized in working with older adults for nearly two decades.

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Our topic for this podcast, the Music & Memory program, touches on a population that is dear to Jennifer. Her experience and wisdom shines through in this episode.

Show Notes

Music & Memory

You’re Looking At Me Like I Live Here And I Don’t – Trailer (Jennifer has a cameo in the full-length feature!)

Recommended Best Practices For Collaborations With Music & Memory Programs

Find Jennifer on social media:
Twitter: @jennifermtbc
Instagram: jennifermtbc
Pinterest
Facebook

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