Check out the episode!In this episode, Reetu discusses her journey into the expressive arts, the creation of the Creative Movement Therapy Association of India (CMTAI), and her current doctoral research. She talks about the opportunities, challenges, and experiences serving adolescents, particularly around areas of gender, sexuality, and social change. Reetu is from Texas and has … Continue reading #16- Creative Movement, Voice, & Choice, with Reetu Jain
After interviewing Mika McLane on episode #4 of the podcast, I found myself so smitten with the idea of incorporating more nature into my sessions. I've been on a mission ever since and have noticed beautiful outcomes from incorporating nature in some way. Mika's story about bringing snow into the hospital made such an impression … Continue reading The Power of Nature…
The first year I was a music therapist, I lost my voice for an entire week. The second year I was a music therapist, I lost my voice for another week. The third year I was a music therapist, yes you guessed it, I LOST MY VOICE FOR A WEEK! Chronic laryngitis was a yearly … Continue reading Lost Your Voice? Ideas For Surviving Your Sessions!
Check Out The Episode! In this episode, Mika discusses her journey to becoming an art therapist, her creative endeavors using nature within therapy, and her current blossoming private practice in New York State. She talks about thinking outside of the box as a therapist and the importance of grounding in the body. Take a listen … Continue reading Episode #4- Mika McLane, MPC, ATR, LCAT, CCLS
Check Out Episode #2! In this episode, Wade Richards, MT-BC, discusses his creativity through a variety of mediums. He discusses adapted tunings for guitar, working with a creative arts therapy team, and his own process to produce creative work. Wade also talks about one of his upcoming projects, a unique songwriting protocol, that he will … Continue reading Episode #2- Wade Richards, MT-BC
I'm going to say it again, Teachers Pay Teachers is an absolute lifesaver! I was chatting with one of my friends who is a high school English teacher and she just hopped on the TPT bandwagon. She said to me "I spent thirty minutes trying to figure out margins for some visual, and then realized … Continue reading Solution-Focused Intervention Ideas