29Jun
2016
2

Presume Competence, Always.

“I felt very strongly about writing you today, to give a little extra insight on the disconnected links that were supposed to make my body and brain work together in harmony. But, they don’t and that’s okay.” “My brain, which is much like yours, knows what it wants and how to make that clear. My body, […]

20Jun
2016
0

Friendship Circle Morning of Talent

Friendship Circle is one of my favorite programs to work with. It is an incredible organization that provides services for children and teens with autism, as well as the opportunity for them to make friends and work on social skills in a supportive environment. I work with Friendship Circle by providing group music therapy services for […]

12Aug
2015
8

To Make Eye Contact or To Not Make Eye Contact

I am smack dab in the middle of moving. Our new house is only about 20 minutes away from where we used to live, but with a newly mobile 14-month-old, it has been quite the challenge! Despite having moving boxes everywhere and a missing charger cable for my computer, I just had get this blog post out. […]

15Jul
2015
0

Why I Count to 5 in My Head During Sessions

A few weeks ago I sent out a survey to my newsletter list and to readers of the blog to find out what topics they would most like to see covered in upcoming blog posts. The top responses were: #1 – session ideas for working with teens #2 – session ideas for working with children #3 – […]

23Apr
2014
2

All Kids Included Festival

Next Saturday, May 3, Wholesome Harmonies will be part of the All Kids Included Festival, held at the South Dade Cultural Arts Center and we are so excited! This is FREE festival that provides interactive arts experiences for children of ALL abilities. The festival runs from 10am – 5pm, and I will be facilitating music […]

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