Empowering Music Therapists in the Southeast

We are creating a community to support the professional and student as we advance the field of music therapy to improve health and wellness.

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Regional opportunities and resources to grow and thrive in your music therapy journey

Conferences and Meet Ups

Conferences and Meet-Ups

Continuing Education Opportunities

Continuing Education Opportunities

Scholarships, Grants, and Member Support

Scholarships, Grants, and Member Support

SOUTHEAST REGION

Who We Serve...

The Southeast Region Chapter of the American Music Therapy Association (SER-AMTA) serves 12 states and territories and is home to 19 colleges and universities offering accredited degree programs. Our more than 1,400 music therapists provide services to over 100K+ clients yearly.

  • Alabama
  • Arkansa
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Puerto Rico
  • U.S. Virgin Islands
MAP-SERAMTA
Conference

Conference

Join us March 23 - 25, 2023 as we come together in Chattanooga, TN to learn, network, and advocate. More details coming soon!

Job Board

Job Board

Whether you are fresh out of an internship or looking for a change of scenery, check out our Job Board for current openings in the Southeast Region and beyond!

Membership

Membership

Joining the American Music Therapy Association includes membership in your regional chapter. Benefits include access to current research, advocacy support, discounts on publications and conferences, and much more.

About Us

We are here to serve...

We strive to support our membership through service, advocacy, and educational opportunities. We aim to advance awareness of the benefits of music therapy and increase access to music therapy services.

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Our therapists are making an impact

States/Territories
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clients served
University Programs

“Music therapy has been a vital service to many of my clients for several years. The ability to switch to virtual services was especially welcomed during the past few years.”

—ALDEN HAROVER, SPECIALIZED SERVICES COORDINATOR

Join the community of 450+ music therapists

Support your region, yourself, and your colleagues.