05Sep
2012
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Do You Want to See Music Therapy in Action?

Although my private practice Wholesome Harmonies has been around since I moved to Miami in 2006, my website and blog are only 1 year old! One of the main reasons I wanted to create a website and learn how to update it is so I can show music therapy in action.

How many times have you tried to explain to someone what music therapy is by giving the “standard definition.” It’s usually met with a blank stare and follow up questions about what music therapy actually looks like. So, I decided to create a section of my website that is totally dedicated to showing music therapy in action.

To be honest, it makes me feel a little vulnerable. Okay, a lot vulnerable.

But, I decided that the reasons to share my session videos are more important than my fear of being judged. So, with that said, I invite you to visit my Music Therapy in Action page to see the videos I have posted. I hope to continue to add more and more! So without further ado…

Music Therapy in Action!

* Please take note that I have obtained full parental consent for all videos and pictures I use on my website or for any other purpose *

Time to take action! Do YOU share session videos on your website? If so, I would love to check them out – leave the link below!

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Comments (6)

  • Cheila

    Aw Amy. This is the stuff that tugs at the heartstrings. Good for you for posting. You’re doing an amazing job!

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    • Amy

      Cheila, Thank you SO much. Your comments made me smile 🙂 🙂

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  • Jennifer Hezoucky

    Amy,
    These are great videos and pictures! What a great way to show others what music therapy is and some specific goals. Keep them coming!

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    • Amy

      Thanks Jennifer! I’m going to keep them coming!

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  • Eleanor

    Amy!
    Oh my goodness, I can’t thank you enough for these posts and ideas! I can totally relate to how it feels to think I have great ideas, then not really having any haha.. I’ve been struggling to grasp activities that work with our kids; I also work with kids from age birth to 3 (we have kids until 14 at our facility) who are on the Autism Spectrum. Thank you for the inspiration 🙂

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    • Amy

      Thank you for your sweet comments Eleanor! I plan to continue to show videos on my website and blog, so stay tuned!!

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