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Music Therapists - Reddit by /u/jessekief4 - 20h ago

What do you think a realistic career path for a music therapist is that would lead to a reasonable salary and comfortable family life? I'm a music therapist at a state run mental health hospital. I currently work 80 miles from my home in Missouri which is the lowest paying state for mental health workers and I have been struggling to move forward after almost a year and a half of being in my position. I've been applying to positions closer to home but haven't had any luck. Currently signed up to take my boards exam but then what? My spouse doesn't currently have the earning power to support us in the future and I really want a family. I'm starting to wonder if it's even possible. Thoughts and ideas would be appreciated.

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I'm really excited, but I'm also really nervous about this career change at 29. Is there any advice you would give to someone who's looking into this career? What are some struggles you faced with finding work after graduation? Is it worth getting your Master degree, or is the Bachelor degree sufficient?

Help ease my nerves here!

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I’m in school for music therapy and I’ve always had that “entrepreneurial spirit” and wanted to know what do I need to start thinking about if I’d ever want to start my own private music therapy practice?

Like what are typical clients, do I need to take any classes while I’m still in school, etc. thanks!

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Music Therapists - Reddit by /u/frequencyhealing - 5M ago

Hi everyone here you can find few tracks that you can use for :

· Savasana after a Yoga class or a workshop

· Deep relaxation

· Meditation

· Stress-relief

· Self-healing of emotional imbalances

· Spiritual growth

· Journeying into the depths of consciousness

· Animals and plants might like certain sounds of Sound Relevium

· Preparing a nice energy in a room

Hope you enjoy like i did.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/sound-relevium/1379055639

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sound-Relevium-Othman-Haddad/dp/B07CSDC7ST

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Hey everyone, anyone got any ideas about session activities for boom whackers? Primarily for clients with ID but really any and all populations would be appreciated. Thanks!

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I have a music therapy interview coming up March 1. It's to get into a music therapy program at a university.

Has anyone else done this type of thing? What kind of questions can I plan ahead for? I'm thinking stuff like "why do you want to be a music therapist", etc... what else?

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