Monday, July 17, 2017

Adapted Piano Lessons: Teaching Piano to Special Learners

Tweet I didn’t learn to play piano until college, which was a terrible way to learn piano. However, when I was in private practice, I was contacted by a piano studio that kept getting requests to teach piano to children with various learning differences. This studio used the Faber method and I had enough piano skills […]

Episode 221: AMTA’s Strategic Priority on Music Therapy and ASD

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Episode 214: Parent Support Group: Creating Rhythm in Your Day

Tweet Amy Zuniga joins me to discuss creating rhythm in parenting. Having a rhythm for your day can help you and your typically-developing or special needs children have some predictability in the world around them, which is important for developing social competence and learning. We’ll share our own struggles and explorations in finding the rhythm […]

Episode 212: Mommy Support Group: Parenting Models

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Songwriting Challenge #5: Personal song

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Songwriting Challenge #4: A song based on a goal or objective

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Songwriting Challenge #3: Instrument Song

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#MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge # 2: Problem-solving tools

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Songwriting Challenge #2: Piggyback Song

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Where do music therapists work?

Tweet The first installment of the #MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge is to answer a question. I’ve answered many questions on this site, including

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