Services: Music Therapy and Psychotherapy Supervision and Mentoring

Grow, Develop, Reflect, Transform


Amy and Rebecca

Supervision is an important practice in which all clinicians should be actively involved. The purpose is to assist the therapist or pre-professional to learn from his/her experience and progress in their clinical skills, develop confidence and work authentically. Amy provides professional music therapy, psychotherapy, and internship supervision in Southwestern Ontario and the Greater Toronto Area; as well as via distance for professional and unique remote internships and out of country placements.

Areas of Clinical Expertise
Amy has supervised professionals, students and interns in their work with a wide variety of clients across the lifespan  including: Persons having physical disabilities and/or chronic illness, Geriatrics, Stroke, Parkinson’s, Dementia, Cancer & Terminal Illnesses, Brain Injury, Autism, Special needs, Mental Health, Personal Development and Wellness, Trauma, Sexual & Physical Abuse, Stress, and Anxiety.

Psychotherapy & Music Therapy Supervision

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Psychotherapy & Music Therapy Clinical Supervision

Purpose, Goals, and Objectives:

  1. Monitor and ensure welfare of clients seen by Supervisee; and that the Supervisee's performance appears consistent with the CRPO Code of Ethics           and/or the CAMT/AMTA Codes of Ethics.
  2. Promote development of Supervisee’s professional counselor identity and competence, and/or music therapy approach.
  3. Fulfill requirements in preparation for Supervisee’s pursuit of registered psychotherapist or ongoing registration with the CRPO.; and/or maintaining    credentialing with the CAMT or AMTA.

Method of Evaluation:

  1. Feedback will be provided by the Supervisor during each session.
  2. Specific feedback provided by the Supervisor will focus on the Supervisee’s demonstrated psychotherapy and/or music therapy skills and clinical documentation.
  3. Supervisor will document session, and Supervisee will be given a copy of written  documentation of each session. Supervisor will keep a copy in Supervisee’s file.

Fee for RP, RP Qualifing or MTA/MT-BC Supervision: $75.00-$100 per hour.

Contact Amy to discuss Supervision.

Music Therapy Clinical Internship Supervision

Academic Requirements:

  • Learning contract established at the beginning of the internship.
  • Clinical/personal log completed weekly and submitted to supervisor.
  • Preparation for the CBMT examination.
  • Other assignments vary according to specific site requirements and intern’s individual needs.

Fee for Music Therapy Clinical Internship Supervision: $50.00-$75.00 per hour
Liability Insurance: Interns must purchase liability insurance available through CAMT.

Application Procedures for Clinical Internship Supervision
Contact Amy via e-mail:
Attach a cover letter and a resume or curriculum vitae. 2 References required.

Amy’s Personal Vision Statement for Internship Supervision:
The music therapy internship is a significantly important stage in each music therapist’s training. It is the place where an intern begins to formulate a professional identity while solidifying and uniting course work in the clinical world. I believe that the supervisory relationship is one in which both the supervisor and supervisee leave transformed and learn from one another. I think “outside the box” and challenge my interns to also do so in their clinical placements. The intern must be prepared to work hard, and willing to examine him/herself personally, professionally & musically. As a supervisor, I work equally hard to establish a trusting relationship by being clear about expectations, providing ongoing evaluation and helping to formulate an intern’s professional identity. I have developed a Competency Based Model of Supervision based on the CAMT Competencies that is utilized in internship supervision.


Career Development & Mentoring

  • Are you a new professional looking seeking career guidance?
  • Are you looking to develop a private practice, pitch music therapy to a new organization, or engage in research and need to learn more?
  • Are you working with a new clinical population and need ideas and assistance in developing your interventions?
  • Are you looking for assistance in developing assessment tools or writing a case study or paper to submit to a professional journal?

These are some of the topics that consultation with a mentor can help a person with. If any of these topics are on your mind then mentoring might be right for you!

Contact Amy to discuss a mentoring partnership.