For order form for 2012 conference CD's see conference page for more information.
2010 All-Conference CD Set is $100.00, which includes session handouts, postage and handling.
Order Conference CD Set
The founders of MHTP had a clear vision for the Program they were creating. The objectives of the Music for Healing and Transition Program are charitable and educational, and include: Serving the ill and dying with live music to facilitate and promote healing or assist in the life/death transition; Teaching the practice of this service; Establishing centers for education all over the United States; Publishing information, research findings and other material about this unique profession; Providing Continuing Education opportunities for our graduates; Developing affiliations with healing, charitable and educational organizations where this service may be provided by Certified Music Practitioners (CMP) ®
MHTP instructors are Certified Music Practitioners® and highly trained specialists in their field. As CMPs® they each have an active independent therapeutic music practice in their hometown locations. A specifically trained and dedicated instructor is provided for each module. MHTP received its non-profit status in 1995. It is a 501©(3) non-profit corporation exclusively for charitable, literary, and educational purposes, funded from tuition and donations.
MHTP is a member of The National Standards Board for Therapeutic Musicians (NSBTM), which has created Professional Standards for Therapeutic Musicians www.therapeuticmusician.com
The Music for Healing & Transition Program (MHTP) trains and certifies musicians to provide live therapeutic music, which creates healing environments for the ill and/or dying and all who may benefit. We recognize music as a therapeutic enhancement to the healing process and the life/death transition. Our graduates are Certified Music Practitioners (CMP) ®. We collaborate with healthcare facilities and community organizations to educate about, and promote research in, the effectiveness of therapeutic music.
The Summer Seasonal Healing Concert CD is available - a collaboration between Fabien Maman's Tama-Do Institute and the MHTP Conference Orchestra: 40 harps, 30 member choir, cello, flutes, clarinet, double bass, violins, dulcimers, piano, guitars. Featuring Fabien Maman on guitar, piano and vocals. Experience the warmth and energy of Summer!
Read an Article by Silvia Nakkach, M.A.,MMT
Devotional Music Therapy, Contemplative Vocal Music and the Passage
Read an Article by Melinda Gardiner, CMP
Some thoughts about teaching what you know about Therapeutic Music to other musicians
|MHTP has many training sites throughout the US and Canada.
To advance our student interns in the development of their skills, we affiliate with health care facilities.
Some sites that have welcomed MHTP interns:
|Hudson Valley Hospital - Peekskill, NY||Anne Arundel General Hospital - MD|
|University of Michigan Medical Center - Ann Arbor, MI||Univeristy of Maryland medical Center, MD|
|Columbia-Memorial Hospital - Hudson, NY||Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, MD|
|Hospice of Lancaster County - Pennsylvania||Cooper Green Hospital - Birmingham, AL|
|Providence Medical Center - Seattle, WA||O'Connor Hospital - San Jose, CA|
|Flagstaff Medical Center - Flagstaff, AZ||St Francis Hospital - Federal Way, WA|
|Danbury Hospital - Danbury, CT||Northside Hospital - Georgia|
|St. Mary's Medical Center - Evansville, IN||Children's Hospital - Aurora, CO|
|Highline Rehabilitation Hospital - Seattle, WA||Phelps Hospice - Peekskill, NY|
|St. Vincent's Hospital - Indianapolis, IN||North Suburban Hospital - Denver, CO|
|Methodist Hospital (Clarian Health) - Indianapolis, IN||St. Anthonys Central - Denver, CO|
|Tampa General Hospital - Tampa, FL||Bon Secours Maria Manor - St. Petersburg, FL|
|Moffitt Cancer Center - Tampa, FL||Morton Plant Mease Hospital - Safety Harbor|
|St. Anthonys Hospital - St. Petersburg, FL||University of Virginia Hospital - Charlottesville, VA|
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