Monthly Archives: February 2011

Shopping Spree!

I came home yesterday to find a $15 gift card from Guitar Center in my mailbox. The catch? Spend it by today. The other catch (placed by yours truly)? Get out of the store only spending that $15. Ha! Right. … Continue reading

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Boom, Boom, Ain’t it Great to Be a Music Therapist?

I often forget how cool it is that I 1) have a job I love, and 2) have a job that allows me to bang on the drum and jam on the guitar on an hourly basis. Sweet! Recently I’ve … Continue reading

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Rumble in the Jungle

Earlier this week I posted about several books I use with song to teach various skills to the children I work with. A favorite of mine happens to be “Rumble in the Jungle,” written by Giles Andreae and illustrated by … Continue reading

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Story Songs

I have attended many conference sessions on using story songs for music therapy, specifically with school-aged children, and each time I do I find myself inspired to come home and make about 50 books. The problem with this is that … Continue reading

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