Relationship Completion at End-of-Life
The Role of Music Therapy
Are you currently working in
Palliative or Aged Care?
Would you like more information
on current techniques, research
and practical applications of music therapy
with your aged care
and palliative care clients?
Looking to deepen your understanding
of the needs of clients at end-of-life?
Then you've come to the right place!
Join the wonderful Dr. Amy Clements-Cortes as she discusses current practice, theory and research in Palliative Care Music Therapy.
Amy Clements-Cortes PhD, RP, MTA, MT-BC, FAMI
Amy has extensive clinical experience working with clients at across the life span, with a specialty in older adults, dementia and palliative care. She has authored multiple peer reviewed publications, including her new 2016 book: 'Voices of the Dying and Bereaved', and she has given over 100 conference and/or invited academic presentations.
Amy is Past-President of the World Federation of Music Therapy (WFMT), and Managing Editor of the Music and Medicine journal. She is a past President of the Canadian Association for Music Therapists, and serves on the editorial review boards for 9 International journals.
Assistant Professor, Music and Health Research Collaboratory, University of Toronto;
Instructor and Supervisor, Wilfrid Laurier University;
Academic Coordinator & Instructor, Interdisciplinary Studies, Ryerson Chang School;
Music Therapist and Registered Psychotherapist.
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PreviewFree Resource: Dileo & Dneaster Model of Music Therapy in Palliative Care (5:21)
Preview1. Introduction, Overview & Learning Outcomes (4:19)
Start2. Definition, Evolution & Practice of Palliative Care Music Therapy (6:39)
Start3. Quality End-of-Life Care (4:04)
Start4. Overview of Techniques used in Palliative Care Music Therapy (4:37)
Start5. Emerging Themes in Palliative Care Music Therapy: Physical, Psychosocial & Whole Person/Spiritual Care (10:05)
Start6. Dileo & Dneaster Model of Music Therapy in Palliative Care (3:40)
Start7. Research Study: Question, Method, Participants & Data Analysis (3:37)
Start8. Case Study: Gloria & Jack (10:41)
Start9. Gloria's Song (3:42)
Start10. Thematic Analysis & Implications for Music Therapists (7:02)
Start11. Summary & Bonus Content Activities (3:23)
Earn 1 CMTE/CPD credit for the tutorial then up to 3 additional credits if you complete the Bonus Content Activities.
Frequently Asked Questions
For music therapists from the US & Canada this tutorial covers the following CBMT Board Certified Domains:
I. Referral, Assessment and Treatment Planning. B. Assessment. Item - 3(a, b, c, d, e, f, h), 4 (a, d, e, h, i, j), 11. D. Treatment Planning. Item - 1, 2 (a, b), 8, 10.
II. Treatment, Implementation & Termination. A. Implementation. Item - 1 (a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h), 2 (b, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, n, o, r, w, y, aa, ab, ac, af, ag, ah, aj, ak, ao, ap, aq, av, ax, ba, bb, bc, bd), 3 (d, f), 4 (e, g, i), 5 (a, b, e, f, g, h, i.1, j, n, o, t, aa, ac). C Termination & Closure. Item - 3, 4, 5 & 6.
III. Ongoing Documentation and Evaluation of Treatments. A. Documentation - Item 1 & 2.. B. Evaluation - Item 6, 8 & 9.
IV. Professional Development and Responsibilities. A. Professional Development - Item 2 & 3. B. Professional Responsibilities - Item 4 & 14.
Submit your attendance certificate and the completed bonus content activities to CBMT as non-approved self-study.