BOARD - CERTIFIED MUSIC THERAPIST
About The House of Music Therapy
Our passion for music, health, and the brain has lead to a quickly growing business targeting music therapy and adaptive music services for Florida. Our practice encompasses cognitive behavioral, neurologic, and psycho-dynamic elements to promote client-centered services. We are hoping to employ a variety of music therapy approaches within our team to create a well-rounded perspective on healthcare.
Our “House” Mission
Our ultimate mission is to provide a safe and inspirational environment for the enhancement of psychological and physical wellness through music intervention. As well as, provide support and peace of mind to caregivers and family members. We are dedicated to helping new music therapy professionals transition from student life to the professional world of private practice and provide opportunities for more seasoned professionals to advance their clinical, supervisory, and research skills. We strive to guide and cultivate strong business, professional, and ethical practices among our therapists for a successful career in music therapy!
Why work for The House of Music Therapy?
As a contractor with THMT we will provide in-house peer mentoring, supervision, and performance review.
Also, our THMT therapists will have access to House materials, clinical and business continuing education, and networking opportunities.
Position Title: Board-Certified Music Therapist
Position Type: Contractual Part-Time (1-15 clinical hours) and/or Full-Time (16+ clinical hours)
Location: South Florida (Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Naples, Lehigh Acres, Estero, Miami, Orlando, etc.)
Start Date: Immediately
Supervisor: Ana-Alicia Lopez, MM, MT-BC (Owner and Clinical Director)
About the Position:
The House of Music Therapy (THMT) is looking for a dedicated and dependable Board-Certified Music Therapist to join our “House!” The ideal candidate will work independently, have excellent clinical and musicianship skills, and be passionate about providing high quality services to the clients and families we serve.
The person chosen to fulfill this position will be expected to work with children, adolescents, and adults with neurological disorders, intellectual and developmental disorders, and mental health needs in individual and group music therapy sessions and (possibly) adaptive music services. However, the majority of services will be music therapy related.
Complete necessary on-boarding requirements for THMT
Plan and conduct developmentally-appropriate individual and group sessions to meet client-specific, measurable goals
Collect and synthesize clinical data into measurable outcome reports
Evaluate client progress and complete daily progress reports and quarterly re-assessment reports in a timely manner
Transport (drive) self and necessary equipment to client homes, day facilities, medical facilities, and/or residential facilities
Manage personal schedule, invoices, and tax information
Provide majority of clinical tools including instruments, educational resources, and
Adhere to THMT documentation and invoicing deadlines
Play a vital and supporting role as a liaison to the clients and their families
Treat every client, family member, and co-worker with dignity, respect, and courtesy
Understand THMT’s core mission and values and incorporate them into daily practice
Comply with applicable federal and/or state laws (i.e. HIPAA), regulations and/or agency rules, standards and guidelines, etc. (i.e. board-certification requirements, standards of clinical practice, CPR credentials, etc.)
Adhere to the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) Standards of Clinical Practice and Code of Ethics
Participate in ongoing growth and development activities consistent with the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) professional standards
Maintain music therapy supplies and demonstrate appropriate care of materials
Regularly communicate and connect with client caregivers, case managers, and/or treatment team members
Opportunities to represent THMT at community events and presentations
**For applicants with 3+ years of clinical experiences** Supervise music therapy practicum students and/or music therapy internship students (additional compensation provided)
Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy (required). Master’s degree in Music Therapy preferred.
Board certification in Music Therapy (MT-BC) (required)
Dependable transportation and good driving record (required)
Owns the necessary equipment to complete services (i.e. instruments, recording tools, computer, etc)
Effective and strong behavioral management skills
Proficient musicianship and clinical skills
Ability to work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds (cultural, social, physical, psychological, etc).
Effective and organized written and verbal communication skills
Spanish language proficiency preferred
Compensation: Ranges from $40.00 - $100.00 or $40k to $50k for adaptive music and music therapy services (with opportunity for growth). Pay rate commensurate education and experience.
Proof of MT-BC
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract
Salary: $40.00 to $100.00 /hour or $40k to $50k
More than 1 year
Full Time Opportunity:
On the road
Professional development assistance
This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:
Dependable -- more reliable than spontaneous
Autonomous/Independent -- enjoys working with little direction
Adaptable/flexible -- enjoys doing work that requires frequent shifts in direction
This Company Describes Its Culture as:
People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused
Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative
Stable -- traditional, stable, strong processes
Monday to Friday
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