Eve Montague, MSM, MT-BC, is Director of Creative Arts Therapies Department at South Shore Conservatory (SSC). She received a degree in music education from the University of Western Ontario, music therapy equivalency from Western Michigan University, and Masters of Science in Management from Emmanuel College.
Eve is a board certified music therapist, with over 33 years of experience working with all ages and abilities, across diverse settings and programs. She is a highly regarded speaker and trainer, with expertise in program development, clinical supervision, and access, accommodation, and inclusion. She is a regular instructor at Gordon College and guest lecturer at Berklee.
She is Founder/Director of SSC Community Voices, SSC Memory Cafes, and the newest ensemble, Singing with Parkinson’s. Eve is a trained facilitator in the Remo healthRhythms® drum protocol as well as the Alzheimer’s Association Habilitation Training protocol. She serves as national co-chair of the Clinical Internship Committee for AMTA. She is Past President of New England Region – American Music Therapy Association and serves as an Assembly Delegate.
CEU credits will be available for LICSW & LMHC for this event. Fee for CEU credits will be $35. Those attending who don’t qualify or decline to accept CEU credits will be charged $30.
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