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The Best Online Quiz You’ll Ever Take

The Best Online Quiz You’ll Ever Take

By Karen House, MS, MT-BC We’ve all done it, the thing we hate to admit we love- the online personality quiz. What Disney Princess are you? What Hogwarts House would you be sorted into? What food-based superpower should you have? But what if there was…

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The Best is Yet to Come:  Sustaining Success in a New Setting

The Best is Yet to Come: Sustaining Success in a New Setting

By Trent Barrick, MT-BC, Neurologic Music Therapist Hey friends! If you have less than 2 minutes to read this blog, here are some key points to consider if you have successfully developed a new music therapy program and are looking for ways to sustain long…

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Starting a New Music Therapy Program

Starting a New Music Therapy Program

Are you looking to get on top of developing and sustaining a new music therapy program? We’d like to encourage you with some quick tips on some ways to approach your new program! Stay tuned as we role out with more blogs and share stories…

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6 Resources To Improve Your Drum Circle Facilitation

6 Resources To Improve Your Drum Circle Facilitation

By Kat Fulton, Founder of MusicTherapyEd.com Are you a new professional, or looking to advance in your career as a music therapist? Grab these free music therapy CMTEs that my team has put together for you! West Music was in on this project too =)…

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Remembering Your Purpose

Remembering Your Purpose

By Natalie Spencer, MT-BC As a music therapist, or a professional in any career, it’s easy to get caught up in the “work grind.” Wake up, plan your session, grab your instruments, beat the rush hour traffic, make it to the session on time, and…

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Lyric Analysis Analysis

Lyric Analysis Analysis

By James E. Riley, MM, MT-BC Song lyrics are a powerful tool used by Board-Certified Music Therapists serving medical, palliative, educational, and mental health populations. Lyric analysis uses commercial or pre-composed songs to facilitate counseling interventions with groups or individuals. Although the term lyric analysis…

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Confessions of a Music Therapy Not-So-Newb

Confessions of a Music Therapy Not-So-Newb

By Ali Salier, MT-BC Six months ago, I made a candid confession from the perspective of a new music therapist landing my first gig in the recovery setting. Fast forward seven months and now I can finally say I’ve been a board certified music therapist…

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Guest DJ: Networking Pump Up Playlist

Guest DJ: Networking Pump Up Playlist

By Michelle Erfurt, MT-BC Meeting people is one of those things we MUST do to make connects and get clients. But it’s also something that does not always come naturally. Just thinking of a networking event may leave you feeling uneasy, nervous, and full of…

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Holiday Guest DJ: Part 4 – Festivus and X-mas!

Holiday Guest DJ: Part 4 – Festivus and X-mas!

By Trent Barrick, MT-BC Quite possibly my favorite playlist I’ve ever put together: Festivus!! Celebrated on December 23rd, the word and unofficial holiday Festivus was created by author Daniel O’Keefe. This spectacular day is a secular alternative to the commercialized Christmas season. Most who watched…

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Holiday Guest DJ: Part 3 – Judeo-Christian and Winter Solstice Advent

Holiday Guest DJ: Part 3 – Judeo-Christian and Winter Solstice Advent

By Trent Barrick, MT-BC Songs for Advent! Advent takes place in a dark season, celebrated during the winter when the nights are longer and the daylight is shorter. Advent means “coming” or “waiting.” But what IS Advent? How does it impact us today? Advent can…

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