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Since 1982, the mission of Music Works Publications has been to provide top-quality professional materials at an affordable price. And you can’t beat FREE! Check out the FREE e-courses below. Each self-study e-course includes a pdf workbook and audio files. Just listen to the audio discussion, take notes in the workbook, and apply the information to your unique situation. Sharpen your therapy skills and professional expertise at your leisure. Get started now by sending a quick e-mail to CathyKnoll@MusicWorksPublications.com to request any or all of these FREE courses.
If you choose, you can complete practical, real-world assignments now or anytime in the future to earn pre-approved CMTE credits for the low, low CMTE fee of $5.00 per credit hour. See complete CMTE information at the back of each e-course workbook and by clicking the CMTE Info tab.
Take a look at other options for sharpening your skills and expanding your career by browsing through the Available Courses column on the right of our website.
Intro to Music Therapy Ethics increases quality of services by guiding learners through twelve sections of the Code of Ethics for music therapy professionals. The on-line, self-study format is also a convenient, inexpensive option for fulfilling the new requirement by CBMT to earn CMTE credits focusing on ethics.
Music Therapy Career Success is a free music therapy e-course filled to the brim with strategies leading to a successful and satisfying career. Four units, each of which includes the option of earning 5 CMTE credits, focuses on critical professional issues for all stages of a music therapy career: (1) Exploring Career Options, (2) Securing Employment, (3) Maximizing Your Career, and (4) Weathering a Storm.
Early Childhood Circle Time
is a free music therapy e-course with step-by-step guidelines and field-tested strategies for managing a music therapy group experience with preschoolers. Chapters include (1) Brief overview of music therapy in early childhood, (2) Three distinct worlds of preschoolers, (3) Setting the stage for success, (4) Managing behavior in circle time, (5) Real-life situations in early childhood music therapy groups.