Day in the life of a Music Therapist: KristiDoesMusic takes you along on a day in her life as a Music Therapist.
What does a Music Therapist do?
Music therapy can include instrument playing, musical entertainment, listening and other activities with a musical base used to help individuals who are experiencing mental or emotional problems or who have learning or physical disabilities. Working with both adults and children the therapy can take place in a range of locations including: prisons, hospitals, schools, daycares, nursing homes and more. Music Therapists will do a thorough assessment of a client’s needs and will identify their goals and objectives in order to develop a treatment program.
How to Become a Music Therapist?
How much does a Music therapist make a year?
If you’re a music therapist working in the NHS, then starting salaries range from £30,000 to £37,000 annually. If you are more experienced then you are looking at anywhere from £37,000 to £43,000 annually. Principal music therapists salaries range from £44,000 to £50,000. Information by: Prospects.
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