IMCAP-ND with John Carpente, PhD, MT-BC, LCAT
Now available as a self-study course!
Get your book now and download our live discussion with John Carpente, PhD, MT-BC, LCAT!
When you sign up for this 5 credit CMTE course you will receive the following as a download:
1) Assignments based upon the text
2) Call in information and password for the live discussion.
3) Instructions for submitting your assignments for 5 CMTE Credits.
About our Author/Facilitator
John A. Carpente, Ph.D., MT-BC, LCAT, Assistant Professor of Music and Music Therapy at Molloy College, is the founder and executive director of The Rebecca Center for Music Therapy, founding clinical director of the Center for Autism and Child Development, and owner of Developmental Music Health Services. He is also the founding music therapist and creator of the DIR®/Floortime™- based music therapy program at the Rebecca School in New York City where he participated in weekly supervision and case conferences with Dr. Stanley I. Greenspan, co-creator of the DIR®/ Floortime™. Dr. Carpente is certified as an advanced DIR®/Floortime™ practitioner and obtained his level 2 Nordoff-Robbins certification at New York University. He is also an instructor/clinical supervisor for the post-graduate Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy advanced certification training at Molloy College.
Dr. Carpente has over 15 years of clinical and supervisory experience working in a variety of settings as a clinician, clinical supervisor, and program director serving a wide range of client groups with developmental, neurological, and emotional challenges. A pioneer in DIR®/Floortime™-based music therapy, his clinical and research focus is on individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families, parent coaching, assessment, and clinical supervision. He is currently the USA site manager for the TIME-A international music therapy and ASD research project, the largest randomized controlled trial on clinical interventions for autism to date.
Dr. Carpente has authored several book chapters and articles on the topic of music therapy and autism spectrum disorders and has presented and lectured his work internationally and domestically. His has published several book chapters and articles. His new book in entitled Individual Music-Centered Assessment Profile for Neurodevelopmental Disorders (IMCAP-ND): A Clinical Manual.