#28- Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Creativity, and Music Therapy Ebooks with Rachel See, MA, MT-BC

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

#27- Innovative Solutions, Tools, and Confidence with Music Therapy Made Simple

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

The Importance of Session Structure (or lack thereof)

One of my clients, a six-year-old,  has a very short attention span and spends a lot of his time stimming with various little items. This particular client hasn't been diagnosed with Autism, but presents with some similar characteristics due to his medical history. When I first started with Cx, I quickly decided that an improvisational … Continue reading The Importance of Session Structure (or lack thereof)