Attention & Perception Course Add-On Package: Elevate (discount!)

$75.00

Package Includes:

  • Email Idea Subscription
  • Email Support
  • 6 months access
  • 7 CMTE credits (pre-approved)

Description

Here’s how the Elevate Package works – 

You’ll receive one package of session ideas that target attention and/or perception straight to your inbox at the beginning of each month, for a total of 6 months. The ideas will be in PDF format and include step-by-step instructions, as well as all the information you’ll need to prepare and facilitate the musical experiences. This includes lyrics, MP3s, visuals, musical game templates, or listening guides.

Each month will target a different attention or perception skill and you’ll receive brand new ideas to spark your creativity, such as:

  • Pop Song Rhythm Games
  • Themed Rhythmic Combos
  • Making a Band
  • Pop Star Rhythmic Combos
  • Listening Guides & Listening Games

With each month’s idea you’ll also receive a Creativity Worksheet that prompts you to plan out goals, objectives, and musical experiences to work on that attention or perception skill with your own unique clients.

In addition, you’ll have email access to Amy, the course instructor to ask questions regarding topics related to attention and perception, such as:

  • Creating goals and objectives
  • Creating musical experiences
  • Implementing and adapting the techniques

You’ll earn 7 CMTEs (pre-approved by CBMT) when you complete and return the six Creativity Worksheets.

You can sign up for the Elevate Email Idea Package regardless of whether or not you’ve enrolled in the Attention & Perception E-Course.

You might be feeling like you need a little kick start to your creativity. Or, like you need some fresh ideas for teletherapy (ALL the ideas that are shared can be used in teletherapy or in person).

Bri Walstra, MT-BC had this to say about the Email Idea Subscription and Support Package:

I thought the email portion was helpful! I actually really like the creativity worksheets because it forces me to sit down and think about the six ways to adapt one intervention. I think as music therapists we often get so busy and we read about intervention ideas but never figure out how we can implement them best.”

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