929 Hingham Street
Rockland MA 02370
**PLEASE NOTE: THE LOCATION OF THIS EVENT HAS CHANGED!! THIS LISTING IS NOW CORRECT**
Has a client ever said something that reminded you of a song? A song that seemed so applicable in the moment, that you wanted so much to tell your client? Maybe you have, and maybe you did. But maybe you held back, thinking it irrelevant, or wondered how could it help.
As we know, music is healing. It’s a healing force when it’s experienced as a listener, when it’s played as a performer, but also, when lyrics are remembered or melodies bring something poignant to mind. Whether sad, comforting, or the music brings us deeper and helps us feel understood by a universal message, it may help.
In this workshop you’ll learn from Board Certified Music Therapist and Director of Creative Arts Therapies at South Shoe Conservatory of Music, Eve Montague, how we can use music in our sessions to assist our clients…even if you and your client are not musicians.
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 $30. Those attending who don’t qualify or decline to accept CEU credits will be charged $25.
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