MTABC News

Everyday Advocacy Resources

From advocacy toolkits, letter templates to presentation materials, the MTABC Advocacy Task Force provides resources and strategies to music therapists about ways to advance their missions through everyday advocacy. With the support from HSA, MTABC has recently expanded its advocacy materials and resources. Please take advantage of using the following resources…

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COMPLIMENTARY Student & Intern Membership – 2021/22

MTABC is offering free student/intern membership to our current interns and third year and fourth-year music therapy students at Capilano University. This complimentary membership is valid until Nov.1st, 2022.  We invite you to join our BC music therapy community and:  receive updates and keep connected through our MTABC community googlegroups  attend continuing education workshops  receive a discount on…

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MTABC Members in the Media!

MTABC member Josh Denny-Keys was recently interviewed by CBC Radio one, Global BC and Vancouver Sun with his 91-year-old client Jack Roche. Jack wrote the lyrics and Josh helped to set the words to music. Watch the Global BC video below. To listen to the CBC Radio interview, to read the…

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AGM recordings are online now!

This year’s AGM was conducted via Zoom. If you missed the meeting and two breakout room discussion, the members can view the recordings by logging into the members area and follow the link here. Also, we introduced the new lifetime member. Over the years many certified music therapists have made a…

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Registration open now! Online Conference November 7, 2020

Join our online conference 2020 featuring Dr. Michael J. Silverman, Conference Keynote Speaker. Please check our conference page for the keynote presentation description, concurrent presentation details and more. To register for the event, please click here. To view the schedule here.

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Meet our new Board members Sam King and Nadia Petriw!

Born and raised in Whitehorse, Yukon, Nadia began studying violin at the age of 4. She began playing piano at age 7 and picked up the French horn in high school. Nadia completed aBachelor of Music in String Performance at Brandon University in 2016 before moving to Vancouver to pursue music…

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