In a few weeks, the doors will open again for the The Attention & Perception E-Course, a brand new course launched last October.

I’m thrilled with how many people are enjoying the course and finding the information not only useful, but interesting and enjoyable too (that certainly helps when it’s a 5-hour course)!

When she completed the course, Sarah Jarvis, a music therapy intern said:

“Would I recommend the course to others? Oh, absolutely. Your voice is easy to listen to, your videos are excellently edited, and your material is succinct and straightforward. For someone with ADD, this was AWESOME and so simple to stay attentive.

The edited videos of client interventions seamlessly fit into the instruction videos. It made it so easy to mentally jump from what a therapist can do to use this information and these techniques. Thank you for making it a fun learning experience!”

(A fun learning experience? That is the goal!)

Attention and perception are fundamental skills, right?

We can’t carry on a conversation with a friend unless we can attend.

We can’t learn our multiplication tables unless we can attend.

We can’t learn how to form speech sounds correctly unless we can attend.

The Attention & Perception E-Course provides concrete information about these fundamental skills. The ideas shared in the course are extremely versatile and easily adaptable for the clients with whom you work, regardless of their age or diagnosis.

I tend to have a lot of fun creating musical experiences that give my students and clients practice working on attention and perception skills. 

Here is a round up of some of my favorites that I’ve shared here on the blog:

Halloween Rhythm Combos

A Pirate Creative Listening Experience (a favorite of the 5th and 6th grade boys I work with!)

Spooky Music Listening for School-Age Clients

Halloween Themed Attention & Perception Training Exercises (easily adaptable for other holidays and seasons)

Carnival of the Animals to Work on Auditory Perception 

Making the Most of Moana – Session Ideas for Attention Goals

How To Make the Nutcracker Cool (perfect for a winter-themed session and there’s a FREEBIE too!)

As I mentioned earlier, you’ll see that these ideas from the blog, just like those in the course, are versatile and easily adaptable for the clients and students with whom you work, regardless of their age or diagnosis.

And most importantly, they are engaging and fun.

If these ideas piqued your interest, then you’ll be glad to know that the doors for The Attention & Perception E-Course will be opening very soon (in early March 2021). Yay!

Join the waitlist by entering your name and email below, so you don’t miss when the doors for enrollment are open (and close again).

When you join the waitlist, you’ll hear about special discounts and promotions, and how you can access free bonus material.

Plus, you’ll get a Pop Song Rhythms freebie right away, so you can get a sneak peek of the materials you’ll get inside the course.

Over the next few weeks on the blog, I’ll be highlighting some of the special features of The Attention & Perception E-Course that make it stand out from other continuing education courses.

More than 350 music therapists, educators, and professionals have taken Wholesome Harmonies E-Courses and successfully put the ideas into use in their sessions and classrooms.

Michelle Nettle, MT-BC said: “I hope you keep creating more E-Books and CMTE online courses. I love all the ones you currently have available. You are great, and your ideas and presentation are so creative and also easy to implement, as you do a great job of “breaking” all the interventions down. Thank you and please keep creating!”

If you’re interested in learning more about the E-Course, be sure to hop on the wait list now!