It has been quite a while since I’ve been able to get out my weekly Wednesday blog post!

Between a new baby, two weddings and a road trip from Florida to New York, it has been hard to find the time to get out a post.

But today I’m back at it! I’m continuing a series I started on my Favorite Resources.

{Catch up some of the past posts here: Favorite Resources for…Addressing Occupational Therapy Goals, and Addressing Academic Concepts – it is THE most visited blog post on my site!}

Today I want to share my favorite resource for those working in early childhood music therapy: imagine magazine.

From the very first time I flipped through the e-pages of this online resource I was amazed. Not only is the layout beautiful, the content high quality and relevant.

Inside, you’ll find a plethora of information, in a variety of formats. You’ll find photos, podcasts, videos, songs, session ideas, and research articles.

The latest issue of imagine magazine is out and I am proud to say I contributed some content.

I have a photo story showcasing my goals during an individual music therapy session. Check it out here, it’s photo story #17!

Check out the entire issue here and I’m sure you’ll be as inspired as I was:


Leave a comment below and let us know: what was YOUR favorite part of this issue of imagine magazine? Mine was the podcast on co-treating with speech-language pathologists.