Colorado Association for Music Therapy

Advocating,
Educating,
and Celebrating
Music Therapy
in Colorado

 
 


























***The Colorado Association for Music Therapy condemns any acts of violence or hateful speech which harms any human. This organization serves to educate and connect Coloradans to qualified music therapy professionals and, thusly, we aim to protect consumers from acts of micro- and macro-aggressions, xenophobia, and other forms of injury.***

 

Text reads, "State of Colorado Proclamation Whereas, music therapy benefits persons of all ages to overcome physical, mental, social, and/or emotional difficulties, thereby allowing them to function more successfully in society while also enhancing their quality of life and Whereas, music therapists assess emotional well-being, physical health, cognitive skills, communication abilities, and the ability to function successfully in society through musical response; and Whereas, music therapists design music sessions for individuals and groups based on client needs; and Whereas, music therapists in Colorado serve the diverse needs of Coloradans receiving care in hospitals, rehabilitation settings, mental health facilities, schools, hopsice, and in their homes; and Whereas, the Colorado Association for Music Therapy will celebrate Music Therapy Month in March 2022; Therefore, I, Jared Polis, Governor of the State of Colorado, do hereby proclaim, March 2022, as Music Therapy Month
About CAMT

The Colorado Association for Music Therapy (CAMT) was founded in 1984. CAMT strives to educate community members and fellow healthcare professionals about the benefits of music therapy and the importance of implementing quality music therapy programs to serve a wide range of client populations. We are also committed to supporting our members by offering continuing education, employment networking and peer support.​

Colorado Association for Music Therapy (CAMT)