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Virtual Music Services for Children & Teens

2020-05-09T13:54:19+00:00May 9th, 2020|

Have you heard the word? We are now offering telehealth music services! Individual Music Therapy Group Music Therapy Adapted Music Lessons Developmental Music Classes We're happy to be able to provide these virtual services so our current clients can continue receiving services, and so we can meet new friends around the world to make music with [...]

Virtual Music Therapy With Teens To Promote Relaxation

2020-04-29T17:06:39+00:00April 29th, 2020|

Since our usual morning rush has lightened up significantly now that we’re staying home, I started incorporating a new practice into my girls’ routine. Each morning, they choose a mindful card from our Mindful Kids pack. It’s a pack of 50 cards with mindful activities for kindness, focus, and calm. The activities are short and simple, [...]

Ideas For Going Virtual With Music Lessons

2020-04-24T17:48:51+00:00March 23rd, 2020|

My family is on Day 12 of self-quarantining and it has been...interesting. We are slowly getting our bearings and figuring out this homeschool/work from home/teach from home life. If you're a music therapist or music teacher who has suddenly shifted from in-person services to virtual services, I have some tips for you. In this post [...]

Tune In To Teens Open For Enrollment

2020-03-12T14:35:01+00:00March 12th, 2020|

It's finally time: the doors for the Tune In To Teens E-Course are now open (but just for a short while)! This week only, March 9 - 13th, 2020, the course is open for enrollment (so everyone can progress through the course at the same time). Following that, the doors close and I don't really [...]


2020-03-04T16:25:57+00:00February 25th, 2020|

One question I'm asked more than any other is this: "What music should I use with my teen clients and students?" I get it, because it stumps me sometimes, too. First, it's hard to find songs that are: a) appropriate (lyrics and content-wise), b) able to be used therapeutically, and c) considered cool by your [...]