Good Pop Songs for Movement with Teens

2022-05-16T18:02:00+00:00May 16th, 2022|

Over the past few weeks, I've shared some posts that've hopefully boosted your creativity if you work with school-age clients or teens. In this post, I showed how to therapeutically use songs that don't appear (at first) to have therapeutic value. And here, I shared how I keep things age appropriate (and cool!) when working [...]

How To Therapeutically Use Songs That Don’t Seem To Have Therapeutic Value

2022-05-11T17:53:03+00:00May 6th, 2022|

In music therapy, the music is what we use to captivate and engage our clients so they can work on attention goals, social goals, communication goals, or whatever the goal areas might be. But as music therapists, we have to find and use the music that our clients actually like. That music might be Drake, [...]

Song Share for School-Age Clients: “Let’s Stay In The Green Zone”

2022-02-24T15:58:02+00:00February 24th, 2022|

Recently, I moved from Miami up north and started working virtually at a school in Maryland. I provide group, individual, and consult music therapy services for their middle and high school students with autism and related disabilities (which I absolutely love doing). During the consult for one student who has music therapy on their IEP, the [...]

Instantly Up The Cool Factor On Your Musical Experiences For Teens – Part 2

2021-05-26T21:35:02+00:00May 26th, 2021|

Making music therapy sessions and classes "cool" for our tween and teen clients can be tricky. In my last blog post, I shared one of my favorite ways to instantly up the cool factor on our musical experiences for teens. It's a simple technique, but can make a huge difference in whether your clients say [...]

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