MMT Workshops


Fall 2017 MMT Workshop

  

Technology, specifically social media, has evolved at an astonishing rate and changed the way music therapists conduct business with each other, their clients, and the public. How should a music therapist respond to a Facebook friend request from a client? Is it okay to publish testimonials on a business website? Can client pictures be used as part of a go-fund-me campaign? This presentation will consider the ethical implications of social media and marketing in a digital era, such as dual relationships, compromise of client confidentiality, and risk of exploitation. Attendees will also receive up-to-date information on how to build engaging social media profiles that will help them to connect with their target audience.

Presenters include:
Debbie Bates, MMT, MT-BC
Julie Palmieri, MM, MT-BC

Professional music therapists may earn 6 CMTE credits (includes 3 ethics credits) for participating in the workshop.  The full workshop information packet is available here: MMT Fall 2017 Workshop registration. (Parking information – EMU) Please register no later than October 6, 2017.

 

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