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Although music therapists have discussed the importance of multicultural training in supervision, few approaches and applications have been developed to assist music therapy students and professionals in moving towards multicultural competence. Multicultural experiential learning is an approach that supervisors and supervisees can utilize to learn and maintain multicultural skills across the supervision continuum and throughout their careers. This paper explores the responsibilities ofdoi:10.15845/voices.v20i1.2797 fatcat:uvts3whuuvh2jkdgqrg43jr3ka