Stories In Therapy

Do you love using stories or story creation in your sessions? Are you looking to learn more on how to do that and why it works? This powerpoint will give you a fantastic overview that is easy digest on using stories and narrative therapy techniques in your work! Learn more by clicking the image to download the PDF!


Movement, Dance, & Yoga

Movement, Dance, Yoga, and any other movement-based art are such wonderful additions to the work that we do! We know that movement can help us learn if we are kinesthetic learners and movement is an incredibly way to unlock and process through trauma. Learn more by clicking the image to download the PDF!


Multi-Sensory Approach

Using a multi-sensory approach – whether it mean bringing many senses into an intervention or having a variety of sensory-based toys in your therapy room – is such an inclusive way to support all learners and expressers! Learn more by clicking the image to download the PDF!


Non-Musical Toys

Play!! There is so much that we can do with play in our sessions! This download covers some of the basics of bringing more play-based interventions and non-musical toys in the music therapy session. Also included is a list of toys and some general structure to support you!


Art In Music

There are so many ways that we can incorporate art and visual learning within our work as music therapists! This download gives you a bunch of ideas and frameworks to use when thinking about adding art into your music therapy sessions. Click the image to download the PDF!


Theater In Music

This download includes a bunch of ideas and information about how to incorporate theater into your music sessions. You’ll walk away with tangible ideas as well as having a better understanding of your scope of practice as it relates to music and theater!


Creative Arts Therapy in End-Of-Life Presentation Slides

A downloadable PDF of using the creative arts in palliative care with children and families. Get ideas on bridging together the creative arts modalities in a way that can support children with end-of-life therapeutic experiences. Click the image to download the PDF!


Expanding Stories With Creative Arts

A simple visual guide to support the expansion of stories in a creative setting. The power of stories is incredible, as we know from researchers like Daniel Siegal who wrote “The Whole-Brain Child”. Stories help children process, understand, and heal through a variety of “little T” and “big T” traumas. Use this guide to expand storytelling (even blend several of these modalities if the client is driven to do so!) Click the image to download the PDF!


Using Games In Therapy: What To Assess And What To Ask

One of my co-workers was amazing at using games in therapy. She passed along this great list of questions, so I added some case examples to it. Games in therapy can be so helpful to gain insight, assess, engage, and reflect with children. Click the image to download the PDF!