BAMT Conference February 2014
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BAMT AGM

4th Oct 2014

Summary and reports now available.





Music Therapy
Week 2015
22nd - 28th June 2015
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British Association for Music Therapy British Association for Music Therapy British Association for Music Therapy

The British Association for Music Therapy (BAMT) is the professional body for music therapists and a source of information, support and involvement for the general public.

Music therapy is an established clinical discipline which is widely used to help people whose lives have been affected by injury, illness or disability. 

The title music therapist can only be used by those registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

Music therapy with an autistic girl

HCPC Press Release. WHAT? campaign highlights how statutory regulation of Arts Therapists protects service users.Read more..

‘Music Therapy – the art and science’ exhibition opens in Wales. Click here for more details

First Call for Papers for 'Music Therapy and Dementia Care in the 21st Century'. Click here for more details

Click here to renew your BAMT membership

New advertising guidelines available for employers now available. Read more...

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