Music Therapist

Access Music Therapy

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Music Therapist Position

Job Description: Access Music Therapy, llc is a creative arts center. we strive to help every person to discover, express, and expand their quality of life and skills through the creative arts. Our main focus is on providing individual and group music therapy and art therapy for children and adults in Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin. We have a strong focus on programs for children and adults with varying disabilities, mental health, seniors, and early childhood. The Music Therapist in this position will be responsible for planning, organizing, and providing individual and group music therapy services in the community and in our clinic. Candidates will have principles, concepts, and methodology of music therapy appropriate for working with children with autism spectrum disorders, children and teens with mental health issues, and children and adults developmental disabilities. We also serve senior and adult programming groups with dementia, traumatic brain injuries, and neurologic issues. Candidates must have strong clinical and writing skills, experience facilitating music therapy groups and 1:1’s with children and teens. We are looking for a creative, enthusiastic, and motivated individual who has a passion for music therapy. Ideal candidates will be able to work both independently, as well as collaborate well with others. Candidates should be innovative and creative-minded, demonstrate strong organizational skills, be willing to work with a variety of populations and be comfortable being part of the creative process.

Job Requirements:

Board Certified Music Therapist, holding the MT-BC credentials. Ability to sit for the board exam within 2 months of hire is acceptable.
Pass a background check
Clean and valid driver’s license, dependable vehicle, and proof of insurance.
Be trained in NMT Trained, or be willing to complete the training.
Adhere to the Standards of Clinical Practice and the Code of Ethics of the American Music Therapy Association and the Code of Professional Practice of the Certification Board for Music Therapists.
Be self-motivated, able to work independently.
Work within a supportive team framework.
Be willing to collaborate with art therapist.
Strong musical skills and good vocal tone.
Good verbal, written, and interpersonal skills.
Knowledge to Neurologic Music Therapy Techniques.
Assists with community presentations, participates in events, fundraisers, conferences and fairs when requested.
Be open-minded and willing to be part of a musically, artistic creative community.
Be willing to increase professional development skills.


Paid time off such as PTO, sick days, and vacation days
Gym membership
Workplace perks such as recreation activities, and food and coffee
Work with a fun, creative arts team!