The work of a music therapist is intense, intimate and deeply personal. Professionals who have worked in the field for a long time know that one of the keys to success in any therapeutic field is ongoing professional supervision.
We invite you to grow and transform as a business leader, set the vision and direction for your business, learn and develop your business practices and accomplish your goals. Building a business can be a lonely pursuit, but you do not have to do this alone!
Online courses are available for purchase and self-study through our partner organization, Raising Harmony, featuring our award-winning, early childhood music program Sprouting Melodies Training course.
Roman Music Therapy Services is an American Music Therapy Association National Roster Internship Site. Internships require an eight-month, full-time commitment that will expose you to the various populations that we serve.
Clinical Music Therapy Supervision is a professional relationship that focuses on enhancing your music therapy services and improves outcomes for your clients. Supervision provides a place of reflection, increased self-awareness and emotional support. It’s a venue to discuss your ethical and best practice concerns or questions and a chance to examine and strengthen your therapeutic relationships with like-minded music-therapists.
Offering a variety of options from One-on-One Clinical Music Therapy Supervision to our facilitated peer supervision groups, aptly titled the “Meeting of the Musical Minds,” to a “Supervision for the Supervisor” group, you are sure to find a fit at every level of your professional development.
Annette Whitehead-Pleaux, MA, MT-BC, is an experienced professional who has served a great diversity of populations and settings.
Whether you are seeking individual coaching or want to be a part of a Music Therapy Business Owner Mastermind Peer Group, working with a business coach gives you a space to explore, develop your ideas, ask questions, and set
Meredith Pizzi, MPA, MT-BC is recognized as a leader in business practices and program development within the music therapy field. Through trainings, presentations, publications, and coaching, she has helped hundreds of music therapists envision and build their dream businesses! A winner of the Make Mine a Million Dollar Business Competition and featured in Boston Business Journal, Meredith brings experience and in-depth trainings in business, health care, disability policy and human resource management to her coaching clients.
As an approved continuing education provider through the Certification Board for Music Therapists, Roman Music Therapy Services, LLC, P-118, offers courses that help music therapists enhance their knowledge, skills, and connections while earning continuing education CMTE’s.
In-person courses are offered throughout the year in our Wakefield studio, at regional and national conferences and retreat destinations. We also offer the Sprouting Melodies Online Training through our sister organization, Raising Harmony.
Our American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) National Roster Internship will help you reach your goals of enhancing your clinical practice with a wide variety of clients and experiences in community music therapy. You must be a currently enrolled in an AMTA Approved Music Therapy program with an accredited college or university to be eligible to apply for an internship.