Spring SymposiumMusic Therapy in Psychiatric Care and Substance Abuse
Presented by Marty Finch, MT-BC and Sally Niles, MT-BC
Come to the AZMTA 2023 Spring Symposium
May 6th, 2023
$65 for Professional Non-Members ($55 before May 1st)
$55 for Professional Members ($45 before May 1st)
$10 for Non-Member Students
FREE for Member Students
Please note: 50% refund available 7 or fewer days before symposium. No refunds given day of.
Marty Finch, MT-BC: Martha (Marty) Finch, MT-BC, received her Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy from Arizona State University. She is active with the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) and has served as a board member and past Vice President of both the Western Regional Chapter of the AMTA and the Arizona Music Therapy Association (AzMTA).
Marty has experienced a life of family members who have struggled with mental health and chemical dependency. During her internship she had an opportunity to co-facilitate a recovery group which pointed her toward a path of joy and success in her career.
Sally Niles, MT-BC: Sally Niles has been a music therapist since 1982 and Board Certified since 1985. Degree in Music Therapy from ASU. 6 Month Internship was at Phoenix Camelback Hospital. She was a faculty associate at ASU for many years supporting music therapy students.
Sally supports individuals with all life issues and works extensively in recovery based facilities for the past 15 years. Along the way, music and spirituality has become a primary focus in her work as a music therapist and she has made this her advanced practice. She completed certification in Spiritual Direction in 2020. Sally also is an ordained Deacon serving in the AZ. Episcopal Diocese.
AZMTA promotes the professional interests and needs of Music Therapists, instilling ethical standards and professional growth of it's members and advocating for persons that would benefit from Music Therapy Services.