Favorite Resource for…Early Childhood Music Therapy

2015-08-20T11:59:35+00:00October 8th, 2014|

It has been quite a while since I've been able to get out my weekly Wednesday blog post! Between a new baby, two weddings and a road trip from Florida to New York, it has been hard to find the time to get out a post. But today I'm back at it! I'm continuing a series [...]

Favorite Resources for…AMTA Members

2011-09-23T00:38:39+00:00September 23rd, 2011|

I know this might not sound like the most exciting blog post in history, BUT I have been exploring the *new* AMTA website and am finding some great resources. If you're paying your membership dues, why not make the most of it, right? Here are some links that have caught my eye... AMTA.Pro Great podcasts [...]

Favorite Resources for Addressing…Occupational Therapy Goals

2011-08-13T19:19:26+00:00August 13th, 2011|

In my group and individual music therapy sessions at UCP I have the opportunity to co-treat with amazing occupational therapists. We discuss often how their occupational therapy (OT) goals and objectives can be addressed during my sessions. Because of the increasing number of children we see on the autism spectrum, sensory integration and sensory processing disorder [...]

Target Dollar Section = Hidden Goldmine

2011-07-27T20:47:50+00:00July 27th, 2011|

I have been SO excited to write this blog post! A few weeks ago, I took a trip to Target and as always came face to face with the Dollar Section. This is extremely well planned out on Target's part, because before you can get to any other section of the store, you must pass [...]

Favorite Resources for Addressing…Academic Concepts

2016-03-02T19:18:59+00:00July 23rd, 2011|

I love being a music therapist for children with special needs. One of the main reasons is that I have the opportunity to create fun, educationally relevant songs and interventions. The administrators and teachers at UCP love that I am able to support the curriculum by creating songs that target specific academic concepts and are catchy and easy to memorize. I've [...]

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