When you think of mental health and music therapy, what do you think of?
Are you looking for a fall or Halloween-themed activity to pumpkin-spice up your therapy practice this season? Look no further, we’ve got you covered!
Books You Can Sing by Nikki Belshe Lanza, MNLM, MT-BC We’ve compiled a list of our favorite singable books for music educators, music therapists, caregivers, and anyone who loves to sing!
Using Art in Music Therapy Sessions by Emily Hammer, Music Therapy Intern. If you’re looking to expand your repertoire of interventions or spice up your reliable ones, this read is for you!
Body percussion is a great, low-material option for addressing a variety of goals. It lends itself to the virtual music-making of teletherapy or being a quick and easy addition to a session.
Check out our favorite tips for music therapists and music teachers alike who need to think outside the box and implement adaptations in their music lessons.
Grab some arts supplies and make some DIY musical instruments with us! Follow along as our board-certified music therapist demonstrates on video.
Hey Jude Lyric Analysis by Miranda Rex, MA, MT-BC Hey Jude is one of the most popular and well-known songs of all time. Almost any time I have heard it played, it seems to create a transcendent musical experience, where everyone feels connected and united through...
Exploring Motor Uses of Instruments in Music Therapy - Guitar and Varied String Instruments by Madison Michel, MT-BC Hello all, Madison here again with part 2 of my latest series! For my graduate practicum project in fulfillment of my master’s in music therapy at...
Exploring the Motor Uses of Instruments in Music Therapy- Buffalo Drum, Ocean Drum, and Tambourine by Madison Michel, MT-BC Hello all, Madison here. For my graduate practicum project in fulfillment of my master’s in music therapy at Colorado State University...