Are Music Therapists Authors?
Creativity is a big part of a music therapist’s life at work. We all have a stack of songs, worksheets, and visual aides that we’ve created for sessions. Through the years of using these resources, we edit and modify them
YOU are important in the world of music therapy.
As we talked about at our presentation at the national music therapy conference on Sunday, YOU are important in the world of music therapy. Create your legacy. Share your knowledge. Shake the world in a gentle (but meaningful and important) way!
*FREE* Brainstorming Worksheet
Looking for some inspiration? Have an idea for an e-book, but you don't know where to start? Download our free fill-able .pdf form and get started with the brainstorming process! Our field could benefit from YOUR ideas!! E-book Brainstorming Worksheet (click to download!)
Meet the Author: Rachel See
1. Name: Rachel See 2. Education/Background: B.A. in Communication Disorders, Truman State University M.A. in Music Therapy, University of Iowa I started playing violin and piano at the age of 5, followed by playing in orchestras, bands, and, eventually, I learned about how I could