The Hospice and Palliative Care Music Therapy course provides music therapists with in-depth training of the needs of terminally ill patients and their families. The course offers advanced techniques and affords participants opportunities to practice skills in a clinical setting. In addition, they will learn the business aspects of hospice music therapy and will be able to write business proposals to create new music therapy programs and expand existing programs. Participants earn 50 Specialty CMTEs. There are no prerequisites for this institute.

In this course, participants will:
~Learn to identify the clinical needs of people with a terminal illness
~Create and evaluate music therapy interventions to meet those needs
~Practice skills under supervision in a clinical setting
~Learn how to establish a new music therapy program or expand an existing program in an end of life care setting
~Identify funding sources to establish a program

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Schedule for Hospice & Palliative Care Institute (CT class)

Day 1- 10:30am—6:30pm
*includes four, 15-minute breaks and a working lunch

Day 2- 10:30am—6:30pm
*includes four, 15-minute breaks and a working lunch

Day 3- 8:30am—6:30pm
*includes four, 15-minute breaks and a working lunch

Day 4- 8:30am—4:00pm
*includes three, 15-minute breaks and a working lunch

Homework assignment: There is a post-course homework assignment that is to be emailed to the instructor within 4 weeks of the course completion. On average, this assignment takes 4 hours to complete.

 

For more information contact info@hospicemusictherapy.org