Disaster Guide for Music Therapists

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Online Course: Preparing for Disaster – A Guide for Music Therapists

CMTE Credits: 10
Course Instructors: A. Blythe LaGasse, Ph.D., MT-BC
Date: Self-led course, complete at your convenience.
500 minutes =10 credits for prep at facility or private practice.
Location: Online/Self Study
Course Cost: Free. Attendees will be required to complete preparation tasks to earn course credits.
Prerequisites: None

Online Course Description

Natural disasters seem to occur with alarming frequency. From wildfires to floods, every region of the country is at risk for some type of natural disaster.

This CMTE is aimed at helping the music therapy professional prepare their home and clinic for natural disaster.

Participants will have the opportunity to learn from a survivor of disaster and will be walked through important steps toward home and business preparation.

Learning Objectives

Course participants will be able to:

  • Documentation of their business materials including instruments and certification records
  • Considered planning and purchasing supplies for disaster preparation as a part of their budget
  • Identified safety procedures for their clinic space, including considerations of client abilities.

Preparing for Disaster – A Guide for Music Therapists

Want more info? Download the full online course information sheet!
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Self-Led Online Course for Continuing Music Therapy Education Credits

Welcome! Watch the videos and follow along with the handouts. Once you complete the course send your materials to the email listed in the video and on the disaster checklist page.

Video Modules I and II:

Handouts and Worksheets are Located Here:
Course Materials

For CMTE Credits:

Email your completed checklist, photo, and complete this online evaluation (email posted on course checklist).


Disclaimer: This information contained in this course is for informational purposes only as a service to the public and is not legal advice or a substitute for legal advice. Summit Music Therapy Services disclaims all liability in respect to actions taken or not taken based on any or all the contents of this course.

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