21Jul
2018
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Brand NEW Session Ideas Page: Organized + Awesome

Is it hot where you are? It’s always hot here in Miami, but recently it’s been reeeeeeally hot. So hot that my kiddos don’t even want to play outside in water. So inside with the AC it is! Since we’ve been spending more time indoors, I’ve had the chance to take a look at some […]

13Jun
2018
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Letting Your Clients Lead

I will be the first to admit that I like to have control of things when it comes to my business and my music therapy sessions. I’m an overachiever in the organization department and I need to have a plan in place for everything. So, the thought of pulling back on the reins and letting […]

06Jun
2018
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A Cognitive Intervention Roundup

Lately, I’ve been working a lot of cognitive interventions into my sessions, particularly those that are targeted towards improving attention skills. So today I thought I’d do a roundup of all the posts I’ve created that target cognitive skills. Arousal orientation, localization, auditory perception skills, alternating attention – I cover it all. I thought maybe […]

16May
2018
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Three Keys to Engaging Children In (almost!) Any Music Therapy Activity

There is nothing more frustrating than when you’re leading a session, singing with enthusiasm, trying your hardest, and look out to see a group of children with…blank stares. No participation, they’re just sitting there. You’ve spent hours preparing, hours practicing, and…nada. Not a good feeling, am I right? During my twelve years working as a […]

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