Today we highlight another one of the great continuing education opportunities at the 2015 AMTA conference. Remember, even if you’ve already registered for the conference itself, you can still register for CMTEs. Conference is getting closer, so sign up soon!
Filling Your Toolbox: NMT Strategies for Speech-Language, Cognition and Motor Skills
Julie Guy, MM, MT-BC and Angela Neve, MM, MT-BC
Wednesday, November 11, 2015 12:30- 6:30 PM (6 credits)
What will you be sharing?
Attendees will learn practical tools and strategies for with children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental delays. Pertinent music therapy and neuroscience research as related will be presented (“Building the Toolbox”). The remainder will be devoted to “Building the Tools” for speech and language, cognition and motor skills.
What is your experience with this topic?
Presenters have over 10 years experience in working with individuals with autism and other special needs and have published several products.
Where will attendees be able to implement the information you share?
A variety of settings.
Who should attend your class?
This workshop is designed for working clinicians. Having completed the Neurologic Music Therapy course is helpful but not required.
What kind of information will attendees be walking away with?
We hope that attendees will walk away with new interventions and strategies to try in their sessions with clients their next day back at work!
Join us for this information-packed six-hour institute and gain new skills to immediately implement in your own practice.