Deep Dive: Marketing for Music Therapists
A Free Webinar for Music Therapy Business Owners
Do you ever get overwhelmed by marketing?
You know that marketing is key to a successful music therapy business. You also probably know you need to do marketing better and more often.
But with so many marketing tools available (Blogs! Brochures! Business cards! Oh my!), you might wonder where you should start and what steps you should take next.
In this webinar, we'll take a deeper dive into the topic of marketing, with the specific objective of exploring what music therapy practice owners need to consider when starting up and leveling up their marketing.
Join our free webinar for music therapists
Won’t you join us in this focused exploration of marketing for music therapy business owners?
Here's what you can expect:
- Gain one powerful perspective to help you conquer any icky feelings you have about marketing
- Learn 3 tips for making sure your marketing is speaking to your target audience
- Look at real world examples of music therapy marketing and identify what makes them work
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Meet Your Presenters
Mary Altom, MT-BC
Since 2011 I have built a thriving business to consumer practice from the ground up.
Starting as a solo practitioner and growing to a team of six at two locations, we have served hundreds of families directly through private pay, grants, and insurance reimbursement.
I am passionate about empowering other music therapists (that means YOU!) to dream big in their practice so that more families can access services and benefit from music therapy.
Rachelle Morgan, MA, MT-BC
I started my business in 2004, straight out of internship, with minimal business knowledge. Since then, with the help of coaches and mentors and through a TON of trial and error, I have built a strong and sustainable music therapy business in Kansas City, where the Soundscaping Source team serves older adults in senior living, hospice, and private homes. In recent years, I've also joined the faculty of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and have done a lot of supervising and coaching of other music therapists.
I have learned a lot over the last 15+ years of private practice, and I am proud of what we have built. I have always been passionate about music therapy and assured in my clinical skills, but now I feel confident and strong as a businesswoman, too.
I can’t wait to help you grow your practice with much less of the “trial and error” that I went through as a business owner. More importantly – I can’t wait to help you feel confident and self-assured, too.