The purpose of this study was to investigate board-certified music therapists' opinions towards research in clinical practice, and to compare these opinions based on years of field experience and population served. The survey was distributed to 3,818 board-certified music therapists. One thousand and nine board-certified music therapists responded to the survey, but 900 board-certified music therapists (23.57%) completed the survey. Due to poor demographic information and survey question design, the researcher was unable to obtain valid data to investigate board-certified music therapists' opinions toward research. According to the comment section in the survey, some music therapists indicated their reasons for expressing negative opinions towards reading research was a lack of statistical knowledge and difficulty transferring research to their clinical practice. Recommendations for future research are discussed.