Episode 66: Music Therapy In The Medical Setting

by MTRT on May 12, 2015


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The 2013 AMTA Member Survey & Workforce Analysis reports that 12% of their members work within the medical/surgical population. This turns out to be the third most popular population you will find a music therapist working. How is music therapy being used with hospitalized patients and what kind of results take place?

In this episode 66 of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, we are going to talk about music therapy within the hospital environment including where you’ll find a music therapist working, what you may see them doing, and how this treatment benefits clients.

Show Notes

    • A video from Matt’s workplace:

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Miranda Peyton June 25, 2015 at 10:50 pm

I enjoy listening to your podcasts! I will be joining MT Pro as soon as I am getting paid! 3 more months of internship at MusicWorx :)
Thank you MT roundtable!

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