Seeking Out Jobs, Clients & Contracts

Finding a job as a music therapist can be a daunting task. Although there are now more music therapist positions than ever before, landing your ideal one is a bigger challenge in this field compared to many others. That’s one reason why so many music therapists go into private practice. But even then, as a private practitioner, you need to find contracts and clients.

In this episode 61 of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, we’ll be discussing our experiences with job, contract, and client searching and sharing some valuable tips along the way.

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Every year, we have the opportunity to record the podcast live at the AMTA national conference. Not only do we get the chance to discuss our own conference experiences, but we have the opportunity to interview other music therapists about theirs, as well. In this episode 60 of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, we share our highlights (and those of several special guests!) from the 2014 AMTA national conference in Louisville, KY.

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