Music Therapy & Telehealth – Zoom Presentation
Sponsored by the AMTA COVID-19 Task Force
Recorded Apr 2, 2020
- Learn how to choose the best telehealth platform for your practice
- Discuss differences and similarities for the music therapy process in telehealth vs. in person services
- Identify potential barriers for effective music therapy via telehealth and how to address them
- Identify ethical issues related to the delivery of music therapy via telehealth
Diane G. Langston, MM, MT-BC is a music therapist for the Creative Forces®: NEA Military Healing Arts Network at the Malcom Randall VA Medical Center in Gainesville, Florida. Diane has developed music therapy programming for telehealth through the Rural Veteran TeleRehabilitation Initiative. She has presented on the delivery of music therapy via telehealth both throughout the U.S. at regional, national and international conferences. She is a published author and continues to advocate for music therapy research and services with veterans, their families and the communities they live in.
Rachelle Morgan, MA, MT-BC is the founder of Soundscaping Source, a private practice in Kansas City, where her team primarily serves older adults (and just started telehealth in March!) Rachelle is on the faculty of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and is in high demand as a speaker and consultant on topics related to ethics, business, and music in eldercare.
Rebecca Vaudreuil, EdM, MT-BC is the Lead Music Therapist for Creative Forces®: NEA Military Healing Arts Network. She develops music therapy best practices for military populations and provides clinical and research mentorship for the Creative Forces music therapy team. She is passionate about expanding the reach of the arts, from the clinic to the community. She has experience facilitating remote music therapy and community music with military populations in the US and Uganda. Her work has been featured by CNN, ABC, and PBS.