Tweet I had a great time at the Southwestern Region of the American Music Therapy Association conference last week and am now recovering from the travel and getting back into my routines. Usually, I look back and think about what would have made post-conference recovery easier and attempt to incorporate it into the next conference. […]
Tweet Conference recovery is a long process–at least for me. So I recorded this show on Friday and am just now getting the accompanying blog post up. In this episode, I talked about the sessions I attended and what I learned from #AMTA15.
Tweet I had a blast at the American Music Therapy Association conference in Kansas City this year! But my plane got in this afternoon, I went to visit family after I landed, I came home this evening and got my kid bathed and put in bed, and now I have to face a long work […]
Tweet AMTA’s 2015 Conference November 12 to November 15, 2015 Kansas City, Missouri
Tweet Conference was fun, but exhausting! I need to get back to my regular routine, but there are some things I need to do to wrap up conference so that I can get back into the swing of things at home.
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