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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