"Approved programs will require that graduates complete ongoing Continuing Education activities as specified and approved by their individual certifying program. NSBTM-approved Continuing Education activities will be the equivalent of 40 hours every four years and must directly enhance the work of a therapeutic musician. Graduates of NSBTM-accredited programs must be current in their certification program’s CEU requirements to be publicly recognized as a practitioner. Accepted CEUs may include: attendance at NSBTM program conferences, taking program enrichment workshops as well as non-program training and workshops, receiving private music lessons and submitting book reviews, as well as other activities approved by a graduate’s specific program." -Excerpt from the Accreditation Standards for NSBTM training programs
Check with your individual training program for specific CEU eligibility and approval.
Offered by Board Treasurer and Harp for Healing Mentor Nicole Anderson, MS, CTM-CCM
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Verlene Schermer, CCM, Harp for Healing Mentor
View Verlene's calendar for upcoming workshops
Melinda Gardiner is one of the founders of NSBTM and former Executive Director of the Music for Healing and Transition Program (MHTP). She currently serves on staff with MHTP.
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Formerly Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy (VAHT), this certification program is now offered through Harp for Healing and is open to active graduates of NSBTM accredited programs. Contact Mary Stevens for more information at email@example.com or apply at the link below.
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Institute for Healing Through Sound and Music CEU opportunity announcements
Conferences offered through the Folk Harp Society
Harp Therapy and Guided Imagery by Ludwig Conistabile, CTHP
Sounds of Healing for Wellness Professionals by Tami Briggs, CTHP
The Impactful Harpist by Cymber Lily Quinn *Contains CEU-applicable modules
Intro to Marketing for TMs by Cymber Lily Quinn
Creativity and Innovation in
Music for Hospice and Healthcare
Oct-March, 2nd Saturday of each month
Offered through Atrium Health Foundation
Music as Medicine: The Science and Clinical Practice
Dec. 14-15, 2023
Sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)