What do you need to become a music therapist?

Answer A music therapist uses the processes of listening, analyzing, moving and making music to help patients overcome the challenges of physical, mental and emotional disabilities or conditions. Prospect... Read More »

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How to Become a Music Therapist?

Music Therapy is an allied healthcare profession that uses music to help people reach non-musical goals to improve their lives. Music Therapists work with many people of all ages, backgrounds, abil... Read More »

How much does a music therapist earn?

The report states that music therapists average a base annual salary of $33,665 to $45,463. With annual bonuses of $201 to $1,032, total yearly pay reaches $33,623 to $47,816. Hospital... Read More »

How much does a music therapist make?

PayScale states that a music therapist averages $33,911 to $45,738 annually, as of April 2010. With bonuses ranging from $200 to $1,204 yearly, total compensation can reach $33,412 to $47,539. Hosp... Read More »

What is the difference between massage therapist, SPA therapist and masseuse/masseur?

A massage therapist is the current and appropriate term for a person who manipulates soft tissues, performs joint movements and works on musculoskeletal pains and discomforts (massage). Masseuse i... Read More »