Learn how the iPad and iPhone can be used in clinical Music Therapy practice across populations. Specific ‘Apps’ are discussed along with how to use them clinically to target specific goals and objectives. The use of the iPad/ iPhone in Geriatric, Psychiatric, Medical, Special Needs, and Correctional Rehabilitation is included along with useful accessories for successful implementation.
This class consists of a two hour recorded teaching session , a one hour assignment with a week of practice to assimilate the material, and a one and a quarter hour question and answer teaching session recording.
You will complete a course evaluation form and receive a certificate of completion.
Here’s What People are Saying:
“This has been by far the most useful and helpful course I have taken since becoming board certified 4 years ago, thank you so much!” Alison G.
“Grateful for the availability. Oliver is a very good teacher. I love the way he breaks it down.” Deborah W.
” This class gave a good overview of clinical ways to use the iPad. Oliver has great knowledge of the technology and is a very helpful resource.” Heather J.F
” I appreciated the friendly, informal, and relaxed interactive dialogues between the presenter (i.e. Oliver) and the participants in the online format utilized for the course.” Harry B.
Participants will be able to:
1. Pick 3 clinical goals and find an ‘App’ that relates to each.
2. Choose a client, and outline a treatment approach that utilizes iPad/ iPhone technology.
3. Understand the various accessories useful for clinical application of the iPad and iPhone.
CBMT Domain Areas:
IV.A.7 Develop and enhance technology skills.
I.C.9 Consider client’s age, culture, music background, and preferences when designing music therapy experiences.
I.A.2.s Provide Music Therapy experiences to address client’s musical and other creative responses.
II.A.5.g To achieve therapeutic goals use creativity and flexibility in meeting client’s ever changing needs.
iPad and iPhone: clinical Applications in Music Therapy is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 5 CMTEs-Continuing Music Therapy Education credits. . Deborah Spiegel MT-BC, CBMT Approved Provider #P-106, maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria.