Mental Health for All People

Mental Health for All People

Mental health for all people: How music therapy addresses mental health for disabled people* beyond acute mental health settings by Ruth Franklin, Music Therapy Intern * A note on language: I recognize that there are different ways that disabled people wish to be...
DIY Fall Sensory Box

DIY Fall Sensory Box

DIY Fall Sensory Box by Isabelle Spence, MT-BC Are you looking for a fall or Halloween-themed activity to pumpkin spice up your therapy practice this season? Look no further!  This unique activity is a hit with my clients and is a tried and true staple in my autumn...
Books You Can Sing

Books You Can Sing

Books You Can Sing by Nikki Belshe Lanza, MNLM, MT-BC Singable books are a simple joy that I have as a music therapist and parent! Books that can be sung are more engaging for those that you’re reading with, and singing is also a great way to reinforce learning...
Using Art in Music Therapy Sessions

Using Art in Music Therapy Sessions

Using Art in Music Therapy by Emily Hammer, Music Therapy Intern   As music therapists, it is important for us to always strive to add variety within our sessions to keep clients engaged. Have your interventions been feeling repetitive or like they’re lacking an...
Body Percussion in Virtual Music Therapy

Body Percussion in Virtual Music Therapy

Body Percussion in Virtual Music Therapy by Jordan Tenpas, MT-BC One of my favorite parts of being a music therapist is playing instruments with my clients. I like thinking of creative ways instrument play can work towards our goals and getting to be creative with my...
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,...
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