03Jul
2019
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“Old Town Road” To Target Therapeutic Goals

Are your students as into “Old Town Road” as mine are? You know, the one by Billy Ray Cyrus and Lil Nas X? I hear about that song in pretty much every session. So, it worked out perfectly that this week’s theme at the Children’s Resources summer camp (for PreK-5th grade students) was Wild Wild […]

11Jun
2019
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Combining Music + Art: A Hawaiian Theme for Elementary Students

There is no denying that summer is here in Miami. Hot temperatures, afternoon rainstorms, staying inside to soak up the AC. Yup, summer is definitely here! At the Children’s Resources Summer Camp, there’s a different theme for each week of camp. I love this, because it gives me a creative jumping off point for planning […]

08May
2019
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A Spring Session Idea to Reengage Your Young Clients

April was Autism Awareness Month and I had the opportunity to do something I LOVE to do: travel to different library branches throughout Miami-Dade county and lead Rockin’ and Readin’ music therapy sessions. Rockin’ and Readin’ is a program I created to bring music therapy sessions to the libraries in our area. Our focus in […]

09Jan
2019
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Mindfulness in Music Therapy

One of my main goals for the new year is to be more mindful and present, both in my personal life and professional life. I know this can have far reaching benefits. I’ve read about it, I’ve listened to people talk about it on podcasts, but I have yet to be consistent with this practice. […]

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