How To Therapeutically Use Videos During Virtual Music Therapy

2020-12-17T16:11:28+00:00December 16th, 2020|

Although many music therapists and teachers have gone back to facilitating in-person sessions, I am still 100% virtual. I have to say, I am enjoying the additional tools and technology at my disposal. One of the tools I am loving and frequently using in my sessions with school-age and teen clients is video. In addition [...]

High Hopes For The New Year

2020-01-14T18:18:20+00:00January 14th, 2020|

Last week I wrote a post that generated a lot of supportive comments. The post was about the new year and how I don't have any new, concrete goals for my business. I decided to take the pressure off myself to achieve more in my business and instead focus on being present as a mother [...]

Had To Have High, High Hopes

2020-01-14T18:29:12+00:00January 16th, 2019|

Earlier this week I had one of those really great session days. Everything flowed, my students were totally engaged, and I got great feedback from the teachers and students alike. I had brought in some New Year's-themed interventions, which is how I like to start each new year with my school-age and teen clients. I [...]

A Frosty Musical Mad Lib

2020-01-14T19:27:43+00:00February 1st, 2017|

A few weeks ago, I shared a musical experience I created called The Noun Rap. I designed it for the 3rd, 4th & 5th grade students I work with at Children's Resources Educational Center. I figured, hey, if they have to learn about nouns, why not at least make it cool? (You can listen to [...]

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