CJMT Volume 27


On behalf of the CJMT Editorial Team, we are thrilled to present the 2021 issue of the journal, Volume 27, a culmination of many contributors, authors, and editors, and a representation of varying scholarly ideas and intersecting approaches within our profession. The full issue is available now and the single article files will be shared in the coming weeks.

We are also very excited to continue to digitally share previous issues of the CJMT: please stay tuned as these issues (both in their entirety and as single articles) will continue to become available over the coming months.

Our journal is evolving in many exciting ways, and we are really looking forward to sharing more updates soon. Our 2022 issue is currently in progress and we cannot wait to feature the innovative research and writing of emerging scholars.

Thank you all for your support of the CJMT!

SarahRose Black PhD, RP, MTA

Read more about CJMT Volume 27

Current Issue

Vol. 27 No. 1 (2021): XXVII
CJMT logo. With the RCM intersecting the acronym CJMT and then the full journal name written out in both languages. Logo CJMT. Avec la MRC entrecoupant l'acronyme CJMT, puis le nom complet de la revue écrit dans les deux langues.

Original print copy of this issue published in January 2022.

The full issue is now available as a single file and separate article files will be added by February 2022.

The editorial team for Volume 27 is as follows:

Editor-in Chief
SarahRose Black, PhD, RP, MTA

Editor, French Content
Annabelle Brault, M.A., MTA, MT-BC

Editor, English Content
SarahRose Black, PhD, RP, MTA

Copy Editing, French Content
Sophie Pallotta, Traductrice et réviseure agréée

Copy Editing, English Content
Cheryl O'Shea, BA

French to English Translation
Rosalind Lobo, B.A., M.A. (Trad.)

English to French Translation
Benoit Vanasse, Certified Translator, OTTIAQ
Michel Legault, Certified Translator, OTTIAQ

Proof Reader
Debbie Carroll, PhD, MTA

Published: 2022-14-22
Published: 2022-01-14
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The Canadian Journal of Music Therapy (CJMT) is a bilingual, peer-reviewed publication that aims to raise international standards of music therapy knowledge and practice.

CJMT provides a written medium for the dissemination of music therapy scholarship, especially that of Canadian music therapists followed by non-Canadian music therapists and members of allied disciplines. The principal criteria for acceptance of material are originality and quality.