Sensory Processing Disorder: What the DSM Doesn’t Tell You

Sensory Processing Disorder: What the DSM Doesn’t Tell You

Sensory Processing Disorder: What the DSM Doesn’t Tell You by Sarah Bartholomew, Music Therapy Intern When you think of sensory processing, you might initially think of smelling perfumes and flowers, feeling a soft blanket, listening to traffic outside your...
Simple Adaptations for Music Education

Simple Adaptations for Music Education

Simple Adaptations for Music Education  by Miranda Rex, MA, MT-BC Many music therapists also teach music lessons – including the team at Heart and Harmony Music Therapy! Music therapists are especially well positioned to teach music students with disabilities,...
6 Ways to Reduce Stress with Music

6 Ways to Reduce Stress with Music

6 Ways to Reduce Stress with Music During this time in our society, there are people experiencing many emotions such as depression, anxiety, and stress. Finding appropriate outlets and ways to express yourself could be hard or difficult. The use of music has been...
Useful Apps for Music Therapists

Useful Apps for Music Therapists

Useful Apps for Music Therapists  by Miranda Rex, MA, MT-BC All music therapists have favorite apps that they can’t live without. I’ve compiled a list of iPad apps that I use every single day as a home and community-based music therapist.  GarageBand – I didn’t...
Hey Jude Lyric Analysis

Hey Jude Lyric Analysis

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...
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