After graduating from a music therapy university program, it is very important to continue engaging in ongoing clinical supervision in order to:
Reflect on your practice and personal responses
Continue to form your own approach
Come to new understandings about individual cases
Work through ethical dilemmas
I love working with professional music therapists as a clinical supervisor. I use both practical examples that music therapists can apply in their work and gentle guidance to help them make their own discoveries toward personal and professional growth.
- Miya Adout, MA, MTA
Founder & Director of Miya Music Therapy
As an approved supervisor with the Canadian Association of Music Therapists, we also provide internship opportunities through Miya Music Therapy.