BMTN AT A GLANCE
supporting the health and well-being of Black communities through music
The Black Music Therapy Network, Inc. is comprised of cultural workers, music therapy students and practitioners, musicians, educators, researchers, and community agents at the critical intersection of music, wellness, healing, and transformation within Black communities. Our mission, to support the health and well-being of Black communities through music, is a commitment to Black Indigenous healing practices and dismantling relational and structural violence through the liberatory practice of music.
SOMATIC ABOLITION: A RADICAL HEALING PRACTICE-WORKSHOP FOR BLACK MUSIC THERAPISTS
By Marisol S. Norris
FREE & Synchronous; 3 CMTE Credit Hours
THE ROLE OF HEALING IN THE THERAPEUTIC RELATIONSHIP: A BLACK CREATIVE HEALING APPROACH
By Natasha Thomas & Adenike Webb
Asynchronous; 6 CMTE Credit Hours
BLACK INDIGENOUS HEALING & SEEKING MUSIC THERAPY SERVICES
FREE & Synchronous; No CMTE Credit Hours
BMTN MONTHLY GATHERING
Our virtual meetings will resume this fall! Join and connect with BMTN community members and explore relevant music and health topics. For meeting times, check out the member's calendar page.
GROUP MUSIC THERAPY SUPERVISION FOR BLACK MUSIC THERAPISTS
Culturally sustaining supervision is vital to the growth and effectiveness of music therapy services within Black communities. If you are a Black music therapy practitioner, join us this fall for monthly group supervision and explore therapeutic work and development from a critical practice lens. Stay tuned for more info.
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