Supervision for Music Therapists
Culturally responsive supervision to develop your practice and you
- 1 hr1 hour
- 100 US dollars$100
- Online Meeting
Gray provides high quality and affordable anti-oppressive, culturally responsive clinical supervision and trainings to music therapists with the goal of enhancing the quality of therapy services in relation to different intersectional identities including race, ethnicity, ability, socioeconomic status, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, and cultural or intersectional identities. Supervision is key to providing excellent music therapy services. It helps us explore the complexities in our ongoing development as music therapists. Gray's supervision interventions use but do not relying upon using only verbal supervision techniques, Gray weaves in creative arts experiential into music therapy supervision sessions to facilitate expression, creativity, understanding, and learning. Music therapy supervision can be used to: • Process and examine the strategies used in a session • Explore client’s responses to music therapy interventions • Move from self-criticism to self-critique • Explore new interventions/techniques • Further develop as music therapists • Delve into transference and countertransference • Explore your identity as a music therapist • Developing documentation systems Gray is a music therapist over twenty-five years of experience providing music therapy to children, adolescents, adults, and older adults in homes, community settings, and hospitals. They have worked in medical hospitals, psychiatric facilities, school classrooms, hospices, nursing facilities, private homes, and music therapy centers. Their supervision centers in humanist music therapy, anti-oppressive, culturally responsive practices, and social justice.
To cancel or reschedule, please do so within 24 hours of the appointment.
648 Main Street, Damariscotta, ME, USA