Online registration is now open for the 2015 AMTA conference.

Join us in Kansas City November 12-15 and experience:

  • 180 concurrent sessions to choose from
  • 5 FREE additional courses to choose from (free to current AMTA members registered for conference)
  • Intensive trainings & CMTE courses (additional charge) –
  • Opening Session featuring the “Same Sky Project”
  • Special events and music-making opportunities
  • Exhibit Hall with over 60 vendors
  • Association meetings and events
  • Special sessions designed for students and advanced professionals
  • Connections with the music therapy community
  • Research focus — Poster Session, presentations, and the future of music therapy research: “Music Therapy Research 2025″
  • …music, Music, MUSIC!

 

A preliminary program will be available at a later date. For more information on the CMTEs and specialized trainings, check out the list here. Click on the course you’re interested in for a description. Above the session title are links to see the Speakers & Registration info (including credit hours & cost), or to return to the main list.

For the best rates, register and pay by August 3. Head over to AMTA’s website for the online registration. We’ll see you in Kansas City!

 

 

2 thoughts on “Conference registration is now open!”

  1. Hi, I’d like to ask is everyone can join this conference or need any qualifications? I am interested in music therapy but I studied at piano performance n already graduated.
    Also, I am thinking to study music therapy in the future. I am trying to get some resources form the internet n trying to get some conferences if I could take. So, just wonder if I can join the conference. Thank you so much.

    1. Daphne, anyone is welcome to register for the conference, although some of the continuing education courses (CMTEs) held before the conference may have prerequisites. There will be presentations on many different areas of music therapy & some aimed specifically at students. If you are interested in going back to school to become a music therapist, there is specific information about the educational requirements on the Becoming A Music Therapist section of the American Music Therapy Association’s website. There are equivalency programs for students who have degrees in related fields, such as music performance and music education.

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