The key role of the Music Therapist is to employ knowledge and use of music therapy theories, models of practice, principles and evidence-based practice to guide intervention decisions within the integrated therapy setting and work under supervision and in collaboration with the integrated therapy team.
- Develop and carry out music-based intervention plans or programmes to address the client’s needs
- Evaluate and monitor progress to review effectiveness and relevance of intervention plan
- Provide regular feedback to caregivers to update on the client’s progress
- Work closely with members of the integrated therapy team to ensure best practice and high-quality care
- Work with caregivers and other relevant professionals to design Individualised Educational Plans (IEPs)
- Provide professional input to the integrated therapy team’s case discussions
- Work with senior therapists in the planning, implementation and evaluation of programmes
- Adhere to professional standards in clinical, legal, and ethical practices
- 3+ years of experience working with children with special needs
- Master’s degree in Music Therapy from an accredited university
- To maintain and develop the highest standards of practice, through active participation in continuing professional development and maintaining an active engagement with current developments in Music Therapy
- Maintain Registration with a registered professional body.
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