12Feb
2019
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Need to Target Auditory Perception Skills? Add One Instruction To Your Instrument Songs.

Valentine’s Day is just around the bend. With that theme in mind I’ve been incorporating lots of “love”- and friendship-themed songs into my sessions: “Love Story” by Taylor Swift, “Rhythm of Love” by the Plain White T’s and “Count on Me” by Bruno Mars. Although I’ll be the first to admit that it’s fun to […]

21Jan
2019
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Incorporate This One Thing Into Your Adapted Lessons and Watch What Happens

Wholesome Harmonies has grown in leaps and bounds since I started seeing my first private client way back in 2007. I started as a solo practitioner providing solely individual music therapy services. From there, I expanded to group music therapy services, developmental music classes at local libraries and adapted music lessons. Currently, about half of […]

16Jan
2019
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Had To Have High, High Hopes

Earlier this week I had one of those really great session days. Everything flowed, my students were totally engaged, and I got great feedback from the teachers and students alike. I had brought in some New Year’s-themed interventions, which is how I like to start each new year with my school-age and teen clients. I […]

09Jan
2019
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Mindfulness in Music Therapy

One of my main goals for the new year is to be more mindful and present, both in my personal life and professional life. I know this can have far reaching benefits. I’ve read about it, I’ve listened to people talk about it on podcasts, but I have yet to be consistent with this practice. […]

04Dec
2018
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The Conference Glow

It’s been about two weeks since the National Conference took place in Dallas and I have to say, I think I still have the “conference glow.” (Quite the opposite of conference hangover, right?!) This year’s conference was amazing. I’m fairly certain I say that every year (in fact last year I called it Ahhhh-mazing), but […]

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