About the Workshop & CMTE Course

Staying true to my core pillar of advocacy within MTA Hayley, I had a desire to move beyond the Anti-Oppressive Practice resource edited by myself and my dear friend Priya Shah.

This resource was always intended to be a starting point of reference and I want to provide even more opportunities for music therapists and creative arts therapy teams/faculties to grow and learn in this area. So... I am pleased to introduce this CMTE course in partnership with Amy Clements-Cortes of Notes by Amy

CMTE Course

Earn 12 CMTE credits as you consider the role we play as clinicians to challenge oppression and promote change. 

What are you waiting for? Register now.


Click for the  Course Overview & Assignments

Questions? Email notesbyamy2@yahoo.ca or mtahayley@gmail.com