12-Week Group Program

Winter 2022 Cohort

The 12-Week Group Music-Integrated Therapy certification program can transform your clinical work! You will learn how to bring the benefits of music to your practice using a client-centered, creative, and personal approach!

Let's transform your practice!

It’s comprehensive training for mental health practitioners who desire a group learning environment and engagement with your cohort. You’ll attend weekly group instructional meetings where you’ll experience clinical-musical work first-hand, ask questions that pertain specifically to your practice, and learn from others’ experiences.

What's included?

As part of the Music-Integrated Therapy Group training, you'll receive proven educational materials and supports, including:

  • 12 Weekly 90-Minute Group Instructional Sessions with Dr. Seabrook

  • 12 In-Depth Workbooks PLUS Additional Resources and Bonus Workbooks

  • Exclusive online community to engage with your cohort and deepen your learning

  • Maximum group size of 8, allowing for personalized attention

  • Customized curriculum for your clinical-musical method

  • SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICING for the Winter 2022 Group

Do I need musical training?

Not at all! The Group Music-Integrated Therapy Training program meets you musically, wherever you are.

Whether you're someone who's never picked up a musical instrument, a highly trained musician, or anywhere in between, you will learn to integrate music into your sessions in a way that is congruent with your unique musicality and strengths.

How Does It Work?

Simply pick the track that you’ll be studying:

If you have previous musical training >>

You will learn to integrate one of music listening, composition/songwriting, improvisation, or music re-creation.

If you have no previous musical training >>

You will integrate clinical music listening experiences into your work. Depending on you and your clients, this includes one or more of: guided imagery to music; creating therapeutic playlists; musical life-review; exploring topics through familiar songs; and self-expression through found music.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to Your Group Music-Integrated Therapy Training Program!

  • 2

    Module 1: Your Music, Health, and Well-Being Blueprint

    • Module 1: Your Music, Health and Well-Being Blueprint - WORKBOOK ONE

    • Live MIT Group Session 1 - January 18 - 10:00amPST

    • Module 1: Your Music, Health and Well-Being Blueprint - WORKBOOK TWO

    • Live MIT Group Session 2 - January 25 - 10:00amPST

    • Module 1: Your Music, Health and Well-Being Blueprint - WORKBOOK THREE

    • Module 1: Your Music, Health and Well-Being Blueprint - MUSICAL WELLNESS PLAN

    • Live MIT Group Session 3 - February 1 - 10:00amPST

  • 3

    Module 2: Music and Your Clinical Approach

    • Module 2: Music and Your Clinical Approach - WORKBOOK ONE

    • Module 2: Music and Your Clinical Approach - WORKBOOK ONE RESOURCES

    • Live MIT Group Session 4 - February 8 - 10:00amPST

    • Module 2: Music and Your Clinical Approach - WORKBOOK TWO

    • Live MIT Group Session 5 - February 15 - 10:00amPST

    • Module 2: Music and Your Clinical Approach - WORKBOOK THREE

    • Module 2: Music and Your Clinical Approach - WORKBOOK THREE ADDITIONAL RESOURCE

    • Live MIT Group Session 6 - February 22 - 10:00amPST

  • 4

    Module 3: Music and Your Clients

    • Module 3: Music and Your Clients - WORKBOOK ONE

    • Mid-Course Check-In: Sharing Your Experience of the Group Instructional Sessions

    • Live MIT Group Session 7 - March 1 - 10:00amPST

    • Module 3: Music and Your Clients - WORKBOOK TWO

    • Module 3: Music and Your Clients - CLINICAL-MUSICAL TEMPLATE

    • Live MIT Group Session 8 - March 8 - 10:00amPST

    • Module 3: Music and Your Clients - WORKBOOK THREE

    • Choosing Your Clinical-Musical Method

    • Live MIT Group Session 9 - March 15 - 10:00amPST

  • 5

    Module 4: Your Clinical-Musical Method

    • Welcome to Your Clinical-Musical Method

    • Live MIT Group Session 10 - March 22 - 10:00amPST

    • Live MIT Group Session 11 - March 29 - 10:00amPST

    • Live MIT Group Session 12 - April 5 - 10:00amPST

  • 6

    Closing the Training and Looking Ahead

    • Conclusion Module

  • 7

    ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Continuing Education

Both the Group and Individual Music-Integrated Therapy Training programs meet the criteria for CE credits across most mental health regulatory bodies and associations.

The Music-Integrated Therapy Training program is pre-approved by the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) for 12 Continuing Education Hours for their members.

Winter 2022 Cohort

Course Begins on January 9th, 2022

On January 9th, you'll gain access to your learning Introductory learning materials including: a Welcome Video, a Short Survey, your Introductory Module, and all you need to set up for a great course! You'll also gain access to your first Workbook about Your Music, Health and Well-Being Blueprint.

Group Meeting Times

Tuesdays - 10:00 am PST / 1:00 pm EST

We'll meet for 90 minutes each week, including a short break.

First Instructional Session: January 18, 2022

Last Instructional Session: April 5, 2022

During the instructional sessions, you'll have an opportunity to engage in supported musical experiences, discuss learning material, share your work from the week, and ask your questions. I hope to see you there!

Introductory Pricing for the Winter 2022 Cohort - $997CAD

Regular Price - $1247CAD

Monthly Payment Plan: 3 months x $333CAD

Dr. Deborah Seabrook, PhD MTA RCC

Hi, I'm Deborah

My pronouns are she/her and I'm honoured to live in the beautiful land of the Lekwungen-speaking Peoples and of the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ Peoples. When you work with me, you're receiving a unique blend of the highest standards of psychotherapy, clinical counselling, music therapy, and musicianship that I have been developing over the past 20 years. I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (#17031), a Certified Music Therapist (#0334) with the Canadian Association of Music Therapists, and a recognized Climate Aware Therapist with the Climate Psychology Alliance of North America. I earned a PhD from Concordia University where my research focused on music improvisation, mental health and well-being. I hold a Master of Music Therapy with a specialization in Music-Centered Psychotherapy and an Honours Bachelor of Music Therapy with General Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University. Before becoming a music therapist, I studied piano at the Royal Conservatory of Music. I have provided clinical supervision to over 100 university students, interns, and professionals. I have taught music therapy extensively at universities across Canada - most recently at McGill University. I am currently a Research Fellow of the Manfred and Penny Conrad Institute for Music Therapy Research (CIMTR) at Wilfrid Laurier University.

What People are Saying

A life changing experience!

by Faye A. Paris, Ph.D., RCC

"The only way I can describe my experience taking the Music-Integrated Therapy Training Program with Deborah Seabrook is to say it was a life changing therapeutic experience. It is a process that taps into the heart and mind. Not only did I receive basic knowledge of music therapy, but my image of myself musically changed. This is a powerful technique I can use to assist my clients in addressing their mental health needs."

Join the Group Program

Enroll in the Winter 2022 Cohort to Access Your Special Introductory Price of $997CAD.

Looking to Learn More before Applying?

Want to learn more about how you might benefit from integrating music into your clinical work? Book a 20-minute call with Deborah to get all your personal questions answered.

I acknowledge and respect the Lekwungen-speaking Peoples on whose traditional territories I work and play, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ Peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.