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“Lessons From The Playroom” Podcast!

I have to be honest, I've been obsessively absorbing myself into as much literature about play therapy as I can. It's a speciality area that relates so well to music therapy and even more so when working with children. I've found that learning more about play therapy has drastically improved my music therapy skillset and… Continue reading “Lessons From The Playroom” Podcast!

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Always Assume Competence

This is something that was talked about a lot in my training and even more so in my internship. In my internship, I worked with many students who were very limited in their responses to their environment due to communication, physical, and other deficits. Many children that this applies to have multiple disabilities, may not… Continue reading Always Assume Competence