- The Music index.
- RILM abstracts of music literature (Online)
- PsycINFO (Online)
- Web of Knowledge
- CINAHL (Online)
- Academic oneFile
- Education full text (Online)
- ERIC Education Resources Information Center.
- ProQuest dissertations & theses (PQDT)
- Grove Music
- Classical Music Library
- Naxos music library
AMTA is the primary music therapy association in the United States. The website provides information about internships, standards of practice, the code of ethics as well as other topics related to music therapy.
Established in 1975 as the only Australian organization dedicated to the music therapy profession.
Founded in 1958 and now affiliated with the Association of Professional Music Therapists. Publishes the British Journal of Music Therapy. It supports the development of the profession and serves as a central point of contact for music therapists, providing information regarding music therapy practice, training, and events. The website has a number of links to other international music therapy organizations.
Promotes music therapy in Canada and is responsible for accrediting music therapists. The website has a number of useful links.
Founded in 1990 as a forum for exchange between music therapists in Europe. Has links to a number of music therapy associations in Europe.
An alliance of six creative arts therapy associations in the United States. Has several useful links.
An international organization that brings together music therapy associations and music therapists from many different countries. Sponsors a World Congress every three years.
CBMT is the only organization that certifies music therapists to practice nationally in the United States. The website provides information about the certification exam as well as other information about certification and licensure.