Check Out The Episode! In this episode, Amber shares with us her experience as the executive director for the Kint Institute, where she teaches along many other creative arts therapists in a program dedicated to training creative arts therapists in trauma work. She also discusses her clinical experiences, working with survivors of natural disasters, torture, … Continue reading #30- Embodiment, Collaboration, and Social Trauma, with Dr. Amber Gray, Ph.D., MPH, MA, BC-DMT, LPCC, NCC
Check out the Episode! Todays’ episode is a fantastic reminder of what we can control in our daily lives during a time of crisis. The episode features Christine Devereaux, who is the owner of Spectrum Yoga in Denver Colorado. She is a therapeutic recreation specialist and an advanced teacher of therapeutic yoga. She discusses the … Continue reading #29-Mindfulness, Adaptability, and Co-treatment with Christine Devereaux, RYT-500, CTRS
Check out the episode! In this episode, Rachel tells us about her journey to becoming a music therapist. With her unique background in communication disorders, Rachel is also a huge supporter of interdisciplinary treatment and gives some great tips about collaborating within the school system. She also gives us a peek into the world of … Continue reading #28- Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Creativity, and Music Therapy Ebooks with Rachel See, MA, MT-BC
Check out the episode! This episode is the first ever release with more than one guest, and it was a blast! Katie, Haley, and Candace joined in from different time zones to tell us about their awesome business called Music Therapy Made Simple. Whether you are a music therapist or another creative arts therapist looking … Continue reading #27- Innovative Solutions, Tools, and Confidence with Music Therapy Made Simple
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Check out the episode! In this episode, Chris talks with us about his journey to becoming a music therapist and his eventual move towards getting an License as a Professional Counselor in Colorado. Chris discusses his past and current work within residential facilities for children and his new niche within spiritually-supported counseling. Take a listen … Continue reading #26- Childhood Trauma, Spirituality, and Collaboration with Chris Wojdak, LPC, MT-BC
I'm lucky to have lengthy conversations with podcast guests about a variety of topics. Off air, with guest Dr. Betsey King, I was able to pick her brain about people looking for guidance with academic writing. She gave me several tips and I was so frustrated that I hadn't recorded them, that I made sure … Continue reading TT5: Clinical and Academic Writing
Check out the episode! In this episode, Jasmine shares her experiences as a recreation therapist working with a variety of populations. She talks about so many important and successful adaptations that she has made for clients along the way and the impact of those changes. Jasmine also shares about her business, future growth, and self-care … Continue reading #25- Recreation Therapy, Dance, and Adaptability with Jasmine Mathew, CTRS
Check out the episode!In this episode, Dr. Betsey King shares her clinical experiences in a variety of settings and shares the many resources that she's created along the way. She also dives into the intricacies of academia; setting students up for success, walking the difficult ethical guidelines, and supporting expectations of professors in academia. Betsey … Continue reading #24- Academia, Resource Creation, and Clinical Experience with Dr. Betsey King, PhD, MT-BC
It's no surprise that I LOVE using Jenga questions in therapy. Whether it's questions about music, a way to prompt instrument playing, or to build rapport, Jenga is an amazing tool. I hate to admit it, but I've literally spent hours writing questions on wooden Jenga blocks. Most frequently, I've done this for other therapists … Continue reading Indefinite Jenga Questions!