Noticing the Little Things (and how my clarinet helped)

Yesterday, something happened in one of my sessions that stopped me in my tracks. Now I’ve been a music therapist for twelve years (!!), and very little surprises me at this point. But on this particular day, I was facilitating a localization exercise with my clarinet in the resource classroom for students with severe and profound […]


The Second-Most Versatile Instrument In My Bag

Rhythm sticks are quickly becoming my favorite instrument. Why? They’re incredibly versatile (just like this instrument is!), They’re appropriate for a wide range of ages, They can be used to address goals in a variety of domains, And, they’re multi sensory. The multisensory component is my favorite part because the majority of the individuals I […]


Sensational Ideas for Working With Children with Autism (Part 2)

Did you catch Part 1 in my series on Music Therapy + Sensory Integration? In it I showcased a video of me utilizing the therapy ball in my music therapy session with a self-contained class of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)! I am using the therapy ball to provide proprioceptive and vestibular input to the children while […]

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