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Typing the word Pinterest is sending my automatic spellchecker into a tizzy, but I will forge on in order to bring you the latest, oddly addictive, website resource that I’ve found (“found” meaning, like Twitter, I didn’t start using it until after a lot of friends talked me into it). 

PINTEREST!!! (Stop it, spell check!  Pinterest is one of those fancy melded words like Brangelina…don’t you get it?!)

This website is for those of us who need a break from words at times, as it allows us to just gather information through pretty pictures.  It’s easy, fun, and can prove to be a great resource for music therapists!

On the Pinterest site, you’re able to create your own “board” (think: electronic bulletin board) and that board’s theme.  From here, you find images/websites from across the internet that fit that theme and you “pin” them to the board. Pretty straightforward and simple.

My boards include:

1. Music Therapy Private Practice

2. Instruments

3. Collaborative Resources for Therapists

4. Session Ideas

You should also check out PediaStaff’s Pinterest page…they have over 3,000 resources posted for therapists!

Check them out, create your own, and share!

Rachel See, MA, MT-BC is a board-certified music therapist who is passionate about helping other music therapists share their ideas, songs and knowledge with the world through e-books!


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