About MAMT

About MAMT

The mission of the Maryland Association for Music Therapy is to advance public awareness of the benefits of music therapy, promote understanding of and advocacy for the profession of music therapy, increase access to quality music therapy services, and provide support and networking opportunities for its members throughout Maryland.

MAMT Task Force

MAMT Task Force

Learn more about how Maryland music therapists are contributing to the successful implementation of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) and Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) State Recognition Operational Plan.

Membership

Membership

The MAMT Executive Board has outlined the following member benefits: reduced cost CMTEs, low-cost or free representation at community events, access to the Members Only section of the website, eligible for conference scholarship, community newsletter, and the ability to run for MAMT office.

Community Resources

News // Clinical Sites // Information

Find a Music Therapist

Find a Music Therapist

Search for a Maryland music therapist in your area who meets your therapeutic needs.

News & Events

News & Events

CMTES, articles, and events

Clinical Training Sites

Clinical Training Sites

Look through the current list of available training sites.

MT at Howard Community College

MT at Howard Community College

Learn about music therapy at Howard Community College.

An Allied Healthcare Profession

What is Music Therapy?

 

Music Therapy is:

A unique and specialized healthcare profession that employs music-based strategies during the assessment, treatment planning and intervention process to help individuals of all ages improve sensory, motor, communication, emotional, cognitive, and social functioning.

Education & Training:

A qualified Music Therapist must complete an AMTA-approved university music therapy degree program, post-degree clinical training, and possess the board certification credential. Music therapists may also hold graduate degrees or specialized trainings.

Where do MTs work?

Music Therapists work in both private industry and state agencies throughout the state and serve adults and children with developmental, psychiatric, neurological, medical, educational, end of life, forensic, and preventive care needs. 

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