Music Therapist

Cape Cod Healthcare Inc. Plymouth , MA 02361

Posted 2 months ago

  • Actively participate in music sessions and encourage patients and families to do the same

  • Explore a variety of musical styles and sounds with patients through singing, percussion, ethnic instruments and improvisation

  • Participate in patient conference by exploring and assessing the potential needs of patients and families

  • Maintain proper records of visits to patients/families

  • Facilitate bereavement groups in collaboration with members of the Hospice Team

  • Assist in educational training program for Hospice/Palliative Care staff and volunteers

  • All other duties as assigned.

See hospice patients to provide music therapy

  • Degree in Music Therapy or equivalency and must be Board Certified Music Therapist

  • Minimum two (2) years working experience as Music Therapist

  • Knowledge of different diverse genres of music including a working familiarity with music of different religions, cultures and ethnic groups

  • Must have excellent communication skills and computer skills

  • Current drivers license

  • Pleasant singing voice and proficient on one or more instruments preferable piano and guitar

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Music Therapist

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