21Feb
2017
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Why I Use a Keyboard (not a piano!) For Adapted Lessons

In addition to offering music therapy, another service we provide at Wholesome Harmonies is adapted music lessons. Whereas in music therapy our goal is something non-musical (like increasing attention or improving articulation), with adapted music lessons our goal is musical – for students to acquire skills to learn an instrument. The benefits of having a board […]

24Jan
2017
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My Sound Birthing Experience (Part 2)

  Last week I got kind of personal with you. I shared some of my experiences going through the Sound Birthing Method while I was pregnant. The nightly relaxation sessions and singing sessions that are part of the Sound Birthing Method are some of my most cherished moments from that pregnancy. There were two other components of the […]

18Jan
2017
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My Sound Birthing Experience (Part 1)

Do you have a song that takes you right back to a specific moment in time? One that makes you feel “all the feels” as if you were there in that moment again? I do. It’s “Home” by Phil Phillips. That was the song playing when my first daughter, B, entered the world. When I hear […]

29Nov
2016
6

Here’s A Creative Way To Earn FREE CMTE Credits

One thing I hear frequently in discussions amongst our music therapy community is about the need for free continuing education opportunities. Yes, we love going to conference and taking online courses, but we’re also looking for some inexpensive – okay, free – ways we can grow, learn, and work towards recertification. I have got a great way […]

22Nov
2016
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Let’s Go With the Flow

I’m the kind of person who writes everything down. I have lists for food shopping and”baby needs” shopping; I have to dos for my business and my website; I have post its for family and “hubby” reminders. You name it, I’ve got it written down. So it’s no surprise that I’m very focused when it comes […]

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