Archive for the ‘Special Edition – Job Solutions’ Category

Special Edition: Job Solutions
Resources for Music Therapists

Check out some free career-related materials for professionals, interns, and students -valuable resources proven to impact careers of music therapists and related professionals over the past decades. ALSO – a chance win a free professional study course. Click on the gray arrow below to listen to the audio discussion, or subscribe via RSS feed. [display_podcast]

Comments Off on Special Edition: Job Solutions
Resources for Music Therapists
leave a reply more posts from this category

Special Edition: Job Solutions
Unemployment Lessons: SUDDEN JOB LOSS

What do you do if you suddenly lose your job? Tom Dolan, associate director of Texas Tech University at Abilene, shares five steps to take immediately upon receiving your pink slip. Click on the gray arrow below to listen to the audio discussion, or subscribe via RSS feed. [display_podcast]

Comments Off on Special Edition: Job Solutions
Unemployment Lessons: SUDDEN JOB LOSS
leave a reply more posts from this category

Special Edition: Job Solutions
MT StudentSpeak

Cara McBurney, Krysta Davis, Klayci Peck, Lydia Pratt, and Paul Todd, music therapy students at West Texas A&M University, chat informally about the future of music therapy as a career. Click on the gray arrow below to listen to the audio discussion, or subscribe via RSS feed. [display_podcast]

Special Edition: Job Solutions
From the AMTA Thrive Guide

In this segment of the Job Solutions special edition symposium, music therapist Barb Else shares some excerpts and thoughts from the AMTA Thrive Guide. Click on the gray arrow below to listen to the audio discussion, or subscribe via RSS feed. [display_podcast]

Comments Off on Special Edition: Job Solutions
From the AMTA Thrive Guide
leave a reply more posts from this category

Special Edition: Job Solutions
Stimulating Your Own Economy

In this 9‐minute conversation, Kathleen Coleman shares nine specific strategies for jump starting your own economy. These ideas were developed from her journey as a music therapist for the past 28 years. Click on the gray arrow below to listen to the audio discussion, or subscribe via RSS feed. [display_podcast]

Comments Off on Special Edition: Job Solutions
Stimulating Your Own Economy
leave a reply more posts from this category

Special Edition: Job Solutions
MT-BC Speak-UP #2

Listen and learn from your fellow music therapists from around the country – some just finishing internship and others with many years of experience – who sent career status reports to economy@musictherapy.org Click on the gray arrow below to listen to the audio discussion, or subscribe via RSS feed. [display_podcast]

Comments Off on Special Edition: Job Solutions
MT-BC Speak-UP #2
leave a reply more posts from this category

Special Edition: Job Solutions
Unemployment Lessons: TARGETED NETWORKING

Tom Dolan, Associate Director of Texas Tech University at Abilene, takes 4 minutes to share valuable tips for targeted networking. Don’t just add names to your network. Know the decision-makers and get on their radar. Click on the gray arrow below to listen to the audio discussion, or subscribe via RSS feed. [display_podcast]

Special Edition: Job Solutions
MT-BC Speak-UP #1

Several dozen music therapists sent e-mail messages to economy@musictherapy.org in response to a call in the AMTA eNews for input about the impact of the economy on their jobs. Let’s check in to see what some of our colleagues around the country have to say. Click on the gray arrow below to listen to the […]

Special Edition: Job Solutions
Unemployment Lessons: VOLUNTEER

In this 3-minute conversation, Tom Dolan, Associate Director of Texas Tech University at Abilene shares unemployment lesson of volunteering. Click on the gray arrow below to listen to the audio discussion, or subscribe via RSS feed. [display_podcast]

Special Edition: Job Solutions
Moving Forward in Good Times and Bad

In this 13-minute conversation, Cathy Knoll shares six specific strategies for a successful career, no matter the circumstances. The recommended pro-active steps emerged from Cathy’s bumpy 40-year journey as a music therapist.  Click on the gray arrow below to listen to the audio discussion, or subscribe via RSS feed. [display_podcast]

Special Edition: Job Solutions
Real-Life Examples of Meeting Challenges Head-On

Almost twenty years ago, Amber Weldon-Stephens established a successful music therapy program in a large school-district with ten music therapists on staff and a long-standing music therapy internship. Suddenly, that program faces significant cuts in staff and services. And Amber’s interns find themselves looking at an uncertain future. Amber takes just 8 minutes to describe […]

Special Edition: Job Solutions
AMTA At Your Service

On the behalf of AMTA, Executive Director Andi Farbman welcomes AMTA members to the Special Edition of AMTA.Pro Symposium series. The purpose of the Job Solutions symposium and other AMTA resources is to provide members with cutting-edge, timely advice and assistance during challenging times. Andi describes a wealth of resources in this audio discussion. Click […]

Get our RSS Feed
Use username: music & password: coda

Check it out

AMTA-Pro is filled to the brim with a wealth of podcasts featuring your colleagues sharing reflections, strategies, insider tips, and details about every aspect of music therapy. Don't miss even one of several dozen AMTA-Pro podcasts on a wide variety of topics, including:
+ Music therapy programs, clinical applications, and research in a broad range of areas such as Alzheimer's disease, eating disorders, stroke rehab, inpatient mental health, early childhood behavior issues, medical settings, wellness, NICU, wound care, hospice, and more.
+ Job Solutions, reimbursement, networking, and thriving in any economy.
+ Interviews with music therapy professionals, students, and interns, as well as special guests.
+ Podcasts capturing special AMTA events, conference speakers, and memorial tributes.

Subscribe!

Did you know that you can now subscribe to AMTA-pro in a feed reader or with iTunes?

Click the orange RSS Feed button above, enter the
username: music & password: coda
and then choose the method of subscription you would like.

You can also subscribe by email:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Copyright

© Copyright 2018 by the American Music Therapy

Association, Inc.. All Rights Reserved. Content herein is

for personal use only. No part may be reproduced in any

form or by any means, electronic or mechanical,

including photocopying or recording by any information

storage or retrieval system, without express written

permission from the American Music Therapy Association.


Neither the American Music Therapy Association nor its Board of Directors is responsible for the conclusions reached or the opinions expressed in any of the AMTA.Pro symposiums.

Meta