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
I am SO excited to get this podcast out in late September, but for now this sneak peek will have to do! Take a listen for more dice related intervention ideas! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcB8ol7eJMc&feature=youtu.be
HAPPY 2019!!!!! It's been awhile since I have had time to dedicate to my blog. Luckily it is for a good reason! Since April of 2018, I have begun working towards my LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) certification here in the state of Colorado. It has been such an amazing process already and I look … Continue reading Just Listening in 2019.
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)
It's a saying that was and is drilled into our minds as kids. STOP! DROP! AND ROLL! Now it was popping into my head during those fight or flight moments. During those moments when everything was falling apart. When that one particular client in the group was melting down and I could see the domino … Continue reading Stop, Drop, and Roll