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Online facilitated Peer Supervision

In line with the CBMT Board Certification Domains, Tempo! offers peer supervision for fellow music therapists who are seeking supervision. Our Team is comprised of MT-BC's in good standing, the majority of whom have Master's level training or have sufficient years of experience to provide feedback.

"Tempo has been a Godsend. Supervision is an ethical necessity, but is prohibitively expensive, especially for new MTs. Tori is an exceptional group facilitator and makes a serious effort to make sure you have the resources you need to be a successful clinician. In the group I have learned how to cope with being the only MT in my workplace; was encouraged to reassess my career goals; and was equipped with practicals to about compassion fatigue."

- J.P. (Music Therapist from the Mid-Atlantic Region)


Individual Supervision

These sessions are by appointment only with an experienced board certified music therapist from Tempo! Music Therapy Services. Individual supervision is helpful for those clinicians who need or are looking for a more individualized and focused supervision experience. Issues may arise in a therapist's practice that require more focused attention and a need to delve in deeper on one's on schedule. These sessions will be specifically tailored to the supervisee focusing on problem-solving and in-depth processing. This individualized service aids in decreasing the risk for burn-out, professional brown out and compassion fatigue. At the same time, individual supervision can promote professional revitalization and a sense of support that is essential for any helping profession. Note: This service is not approved by the CBMT for credit.


Tempo! therapists have presented at local, regional, national, and international conferences including the Kennedy Center. Attendees included high school and college students, health care professionals, teachers, professors, colleagues, and administrators.

Topics include:

  • Overview of Music Therapy (Can be tailored to any group including community groups and school in-service.)

  • Overview of Adapted Music Education (Can be tailored to any group including community groups and school in-service.)

  • The Importance of an Inclusive Music Therapy Group on the Overall Education of Students with Special Needs

  • The Impact of the Integration of Music Therapy and Yoga on Children with Disabilities and their Caregivers

  • A Multi-Sensory Approach to Teaching Music to Students with Special Needs

  • Adapting Music Instruction for Students With Special Needs: From Theory to Practice

  • Fair is Not Always Equal, Equal is Not Always Fair: Moving from Music Standards and Curriculum into the Classroom

  • The Importance of Music and Movement for Preschoolers With Special Needs

  • Reunifying Families in Crisis Through Music Therapy and Music Together (CMTE)

  • Exploring Music and Movement Activities of Cultures from Around the World

  • Music Educators and Music Therapists Collaborating to Teach Students with Special Need

CMTE (Continuing Education) opportunities

Board-Certified Music Therapists are required to participate in continuing education to maintain their certification. One way to obtain these credits, called CMTE (Continuing Music Therapy Education), is by attending continuing education opportunities offered by an Approved Provider (AP). The Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) has declared Tempo! to be an AP. Please check back frequently to see updated schedules of CMTE course opportunities. Please contact us to be added to our email list for new opportunities we will offer in the future.

If you are interested in applying to present a continuing education opportunity at Tempo! please submit your resume or CV and a proposal for the session. Qualified instructors will be chosen based upon:

  • Appropriate credentials related to the topic proposed

  • Relevant professional experience related to the topic proposed

  • Previous presentation experience

CMTEs are listed in the EST/EDT time zone. For time zone converter please visit:


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Refund policy: CMTE Opportunities: A 75% refund if you cancel one week prior to your course opportunity, 50% refund if you cancel within 48 hours prior to your course opportunity. There are no refunds for cancellations with less than 48 hours' notice. Tempo! reserves the right to cancel a course opportunity due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. Registrants will be notified by phone and email within 48 hours prior to the course opportunity; full refunds will be issued. 


Grievance policy: Participants in any Tempo! program have the right to file a grievance. Clients must provide written documentation of the complaint within 30 days of the activity, outline the problem as it is perceived, and state the preferred solution. Mail the grievance letter to Tempo! 7 North Five Points Road, West Chester, PA 19380. Once the grievance letter is received, the director will review the information, and then respond in writing within 14 days of receipt of the grievance letter. If you disagree with the resolution of the grievance, you have the right to appeal the decision within 14 days. State the reasons for your appeal in a letter and mail it to Tempo! 7 North Five Points Road, West Chester, PA 19380. Tempo! will review the appeal and respond in writing within 14 days of receipt of the appeal letter. If the grievance involves a CMTE opportunity and it is still not resolved satisfactorily, you have the right to ask CBMT's Continuing Education Committee to address the unresolved grievance.

Confidentiality policy: All information received from clients will be treated as confidential information. Tempo! will protect the legal, professional, and personal rights of all clients. Statement of relationship to CBMT: Tempo! Music Therapy Services is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) to award Continuing Music Therapy Education Credits (CMTE). Tempo! Music Therapy Services, P-127, maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria. Earning CMTE credits requires participant assessment, an evaluation form for CBMT, and a course opportunity fee.

We reserve the right to cancel a CMTE opportunity if there are no registrants 24 hours prior to the opportunity.

    All individual therapy services are provided by a Board Certified Music Therapist who has successfully met the criteria as set by the Certification Board for Music Therapists, Additionally, the therapist will have specialized training beyond these requirements for the specific service offered in the case of Therapeutic Listening® and adapted lessons. LEARN MORE
    Tempo! Music Therapy Services offers Music Together®, an internationally recognized early childhood music program for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, and the adults who love them. First offered to the public in 1987, it pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement. LEARN MORE
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  • YOGA
    Tempo! has a holistic yoga studio that serves Nutley, NJ and the surrounding areas. We have created a welcoming and serene space within St. Paul’s UCC in Nutley to begin or deepen your existing yoga practice. LEARN MORE
    Tempo! is proud to offer school services, birthday parties, and supervision/mentorship in addition to its many other services. Call us today to find out more!
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