The AMI Ethics Committee consists of Fellows of AMI who have an interest in Ethics and who are willing to volunteer their time to provide education and consultation to the membership at large.
Bryan J. Muller, MT-BC, LPC, LCAT, FAMI has a private practice includes GIM, Mandalas and Reiki. Supervision and consultation available for GIM trainees.
Erin Montgomery, MEd, MTA, FAMI, CCC, RCT-C is a music therapist and counseling therapist who practices in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Areas of specialization include palliative care, and working with adult survivors of childhood abuse. She is also Ethics Chair for the Atlantic Association for Music Therapy.
Michael D. Viega, MMT , MT -BC, FAMI is an experienced Board-Certified Music Therapists (MT-BC) with specific clinical interest working with children and adolescents who have had adverse childhood experiences. He uses GIM with adolescents and adults who have a wide range of therapeutic challenges. Michael is available to provide GIM sessions, GIM supervision, and other music therapy services.
Nicole Hahna, PhD, MT-BC, FAMI is a board certified music therapist and a Fellow of the Association for Music and Imagery. Nicole teaches in the music therapy program at Slippery Rock University and has a small private practice in GIM and music therapy. Currently, she is a Ph.D. student at Lesley University. Her clinical and research interests include the use of music therapy and GIM in empowerment and feminist therapy.
Mary Reher, MTA, FAMI has a small community-based private practice, offering music therapy, education and GIM. I am available for GIM intensives, especially appropriate for people wishing to combine this work with time spent in a natural rural environment.