Piedmont Music Therapy, LLC is a private practice established in 2013 to support individuals’ health and wellness through music and music therapy in Greater Charlotte. A team of board certified music therapists with a combined total of over 40 years of clinical training working with individuals of all ages. PMT wishes to be an Approved Provider to increase access to creative and expressive arts in the Charlotte Area.
Mission: The mission of PMT is to engage, empower and accompany individuals to reach their goals grounded in the frameworks of music therapy and social work. PMT strives to meet students and clients where they are and support them in improving their quality of life. Additionally PMT serves to promote the growth of music therapy students and board certified music therapists by offering educational opportunities plus educating the community about the field of music therapy. Piedmont Music Therapy, LLC was founded in 2013 and has grown to include 4 music therapists with varying training specific to musical and client focus.
Proof of insurance available upon request. ASC does NOT hold current documentation.
220 Westinghouse Boulevard, Suite 402, Charlotte, NC 28273
This staff development seminar is designed to provide special educators and classroom teachers with knowledge and competencies for using music with students who have special needs. Participants will be able to learn more about special education and efficacy of music therapy within a student’s learning environment. Considerations will be explored for effective use of music in a classroom setting. No musical training is required for participation in the staff development program.
By enrolling in the training, participants will be more informed about music for students. They will show how to incorporate music into classroom settings for avariety of ages and available resources by identifying resources for using music with students who have special needs. Instruments and materials will be provided through this hands-on workshop.
Interview with Melissa Reinhardt, MSEd, MT-BC, Music Therapist on Staff at PMT https://www.cn2.com/music-therapy-at-piedmont-music-therapy/ (Recorded January 2020)
Flexible, contact PMT prior to booking to confirm scheduling.
2-3 hour length.
Any space with air conditioning, electrical outlet access and WiFi connection.
If virtual training is requested, then educational staff must have access to WiFi to participate in the virtual seminar
At the school or program site, or virtually through PMT’s Platform access: GoogleMeet
$225 – $325 depending upon length of Staff Development Event
Materials and Supplies: $25
North Carolina Educator Evaluation System (NCEES)
Standard II: Teachers establish A Respectful Envronment For A Diverse Population of Students (in our case we will be discussing various needs of students and how to support their academic success through the use of music).
Standard IV: Teahers Facilitate Learning For Their Students (in our case attendees will be educated about the research highlights of how music can support students in an educational setting).
NCEES Standard IV: Teachers use a variety of instructional methods (in our case they will be prompted to use multi-sensory approach to connect with their students).
NCEES Standard V:
Teachers link professional growth to their professional goals (in our case the professionals will be encouraged to incorporate music into classroom settings for a variety of ages and available resources.
The workshop date may not be rescheduled in the event of a last minute request to rearrange scheduling. If a workshop is cancelled without make-up available then 50% of workshop meeting cost is still due to PMT. If PMT Staff is ill then arrangements will be made to hopefully provide coverage by another PMT Staff Member. If not, then club will have make-up date. Failure to give 24-hour notice as outlined above will result in a “No Show” fee being added to your account. Your instructor will wait at least ten minutes after the scheduled workshop time, before declaring the meeting a “no show.”