Understanding & Navigating Pediatric Oncology for Music Therapy
with Amy Love, MA, MT-BC
3 Approved CMTEs
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Treating childhood cancer can be a long and painful process that is filled with questions and uncertainties. Music can play a crucial role in providing a sense of comfort and normalcy that few other disciplines can provide. This CMTE course will help you understand and navigate the world of pediatric oncology and experience how music therapy may play an impactful role.
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About the Instructor
Amy Love, MA, MT-BC, CPMT is a board-certified music therapist. She is founder of the music therapy program at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN. While Amy does work with patients with a variety of oncology diagnoses, she specializes in solid tumors, brain tumors and radiation oncology. Amy is also the founder of Pediatricmusictherapy.com, a community aimed at making the medical world more accessible to music therapists.
“Amy is an inspiring music therapist and an effective teacher. As a music therapy intern, I was immersed in the medical world with very limited knowledge of cancer diagnoses, treatments and symptoms. Amy helped guide me through the steps of identifying important patient information and recognizing key medical considerations. Amy has a breadth of knowledge and clinical experience that would benefit any music therapist interested in learning more about the pediatric medical setting!”
“Until Amy brought her music therapy skillset to St. Jude in 2014 and then a couple of years later, adding an additional therapist, I do not think we were able to fully empower families to utilize their unique strengths to face their illness. She has enabled the patients and families she works with to share their journey through music”
“Watching Amy work with kids is like watching a fabulous magician awe a young audience. I think of music therapy as one of the most potent symptom ‘medicines’ we can provide our patients. I have worked before and after the impact of the Music Therapy program and cannot overstate its benefit”
CBMT Relationship: Understanding & Navigating Pediatric Oncology for Music Therapy with Amy Love, MA, MT-BC is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 3 Continuing Music Therapy Education credits. MusicTherapyEd.Com, Approved Provider #P-110, maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria.