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 […]

Exhausted Mommies share their story

Filed under For Parents

Tweet Amy Zuniga has joined me on The Music Therapy Show a couple of times for a Parent Support Group (Check them out: S is for Support, Parenting Models, Creating Rhythm in Your Day, Back To School, and What’s going right?). We decided to create our own BlogTalkRadio channel, separate from the original show. And I […]

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


Virtual Book Club: Part IV General Music-Centered Theory


Episode 216: Journal Club JMT 52(1)

Tweet Dr. Meganne Masko joins me to discuss music therapy research in the Journal of Music Therapy, Spring 2015, Volume 52, Number 1. If you’d like to participate or prepare for Journal Club, read the abstracts of each article prior to the show. We’ll discuss our impressions of the research and how we apply each […]

#MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge 4: Virtual Book Club! (Chapter 6)

Tweet I needed to post about the next chapter in the Virtual Book Club book, Music-Centered Music Therapy this month so I was glad that the week 4 prompt in the #MusicTherapyBlogger challenge, hosted by Julie at Serenade Designs, was to pick a current research article or chapter of a book that is closely related […]

K is for Kids

Filed under Autism, For Parents


I is for Identity First

Filed under Autism

Tweet Continuing the A-Z Blogging Challenge, I’ll talk about the topic of my last radio show: Identity First Language.

Episode 209: Autism and Identity First Language

Tweet Board Certified Music Therapist CJ Shiloh of The Musical Autist and SensoryFriendly Concerts™ will join me to talk about Neurodiversity and Identity First Language in the Autism community.

A is for Autism

Tweet There are some bloggers participating in an A-Z challenge this month, so I thought I’d give it a go. I don’t have a plan for topics yet–Just flying by the seat of my pants!

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