I didn’t waste any time putting My House to use, and I had just the student in mind to try it out with for the first time. My student, her mom and I had so much fun singing about “her house” for the first time last week! Each page allowed an opportunity for her to name the person/room/item in the photo, and then find the word to match. After we labeled each photo with the correct word, we went back through and sang the song together. I have to tell you just how impressed I am with this new resource. My student looks forward to singing about “her house” every week, and she has made some awesome progress on her reading and identification goals!
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Kimberly’s book was an awesome resource!! It gave me just enough information to dive in without overwhelming me in the process. It truly gave me the confidence I needed to get started on the right foot. I’m always recommending it to fellow therapists thinking about private practice!
Having had training in Level 1 Bonny-Method, I was unsure of how useful this would be. I was totally surprised by how this book expanded my repertoire of recorded music and how to think of those pieces in relation to the imagery. It was a great way to think of new ways to use music and imagery in my practice, and I have come up with other creative imagery experiences because of Stephanie’s great ideas. I loved the gentle language. It was also helpful to have these as shorter experiences since often in medical settings patients may only have 10-15 minutes before another member of the treatment team walks in. Bravo Stephanie!
With tons of usable, easily adapted ideas and access to recordings, this resource is well worth the money!