When I first came up with the idea for creating The Attention & Perception E-Course, never in a million years did I think 2020, the year of the pandemic, would be the year I would complete it.
Between completely revamping my business to offer virtual services, homeschooling my 3-year-old, and being a virtual learning parent to a 1st grader, there has been little time to breathe.
But, when I put the feelers out there to music therapists and educators in the community about the idea for the course, the response I got back was overwhelming.
People were not only interested in this course, but in need of it.
That lit a fire under me to complete the course I had started putting together years ago (when I began videotaping my sessions at United Cerebral Palsy and creating fresh and new musical experiences to target attention and perception).
The Attention & Perception course is now just about ready for an early October release and I couldn’t be more excited.
I’m visiting family in Pennsylvania and Maryland and the air is crisp and cool.
I finally get to experience “real Fall” for the first time in twenty years, and with back to school time upon us it feels like the right time to offer this course.
I’m so excited to share a preview video of the course here:
After watching the video with a sneak peak into the course, be sure to sign up for the wait list.
You’ll be the first to hear when the doors open for enrollment. And, you’ll have access to exclusive bonus materials and a discounted rate on all course packages.
As soon as you join the waitlist, you’ll get a Pop Song Rhythms Bonus to “Better When I’m Dancing” by Meghan Trainor (to help you clients work on auditory perception skills and selective attention!)
In the meantime, I’m off to put the finishing touches on the course and then bake some apple cinnamon muffins with apples I picked from a nearby orchard.