Continuing Education Day
Saturday, March 16, 2024
Association for Alberta
The mission of the MTAA is to promote excellence in music therapy practice, education, and development, to further public awareness of music therapy in Alberta, and to serve as an organizational agency for its members.
The MTAA represents certified music therapists at the provincial level. Provincial chapters must operate in accordance with the Canadian Association of Music Therapists (the CAMT) code of ethics and standards of practice, and all active voting members of these chapters must be members in good standing of the CAMT.
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Board of Directors
Elaine Cheung, MMT, MTA
Elaine earned her Master of Music Therapy degree from Wilfrid Laurier
University in Ontario and currently runs a solo private practice in Calgary. Through a humanistic and music-centred approach, she believes in developing a meaningful therapeutic relationship to maximize a person’s potential for change and growth.
Cheryl Vicera, MTA
Cheryl completed her Bachelor of Music Therapy degree at Capilano University in North Vancouver, BC. She currently resides in Edmonton, Alberta, and works primarily with older adults in long term care. She believes in the power of using music to foster strong therapeutic relationships and meaningful change; both intrapersonal and interpersonal.
Jessamy Gray, MTA
Jessamy is a graduate of Capilano University’s Music Therapy program with a background in Child & Youth Care and Music through MacEwan University. They are continually awed by the way music therapy facilitates growth and connection, and endlessly curious about music's interactions with the brain. When not providing music therapy to a variety of folks, Jessamy can often be found in a harmony, a board game, or a cozy conversation, delighted to call Edmonton home under the wide prairie skies.
Jean Hinton, MTA
Jean Hinton is a Certified Music Therapist (MTA) based in her hometown of Lethbridge. She holds a Bachelor of Music Therapy degree from Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Music and Vocal Performance from King’s University in Edmonton. She is the owner of Coulee Roots Music Therapy and is a facilitator for the Sing It Girls program in Lethbridge.