Our new series is called Mindstorm Mondays, featuring successful music therapists with a variety of expertise. These smart and savvy MTs will share their brilliant ideas and experiences to help you thrive as both a musician and clinician.
Mindstorm Mondays are totally free if you attend LIVE.
This Week’s Shout-Out
Our first Mindstorm Monday expert guest, Jessica Schlabach, MT-BC is from Athens, Ohio. Jess will be sharing the resources you need so you can incorporate rap into your work. Details follow:
Join us LIVE on September 22 7pm Eastern/4pm Pacific
The Shout-Out goes to Jenny, a new music therapist in Minneapolis, who’s just starting out.
The best place to start out is answering the age-old question… What is music therapy? And we have opinions. Let’s start with the basics.
3 Points To Consider FIRST
1. Can they relate to my description on a personal level?
2. Am I using language they understand?
3. When I describe music therapy, are they able to picture the face of someone to whom they could refer for my music therapy services?
When you paint a picture for someone, it has more potential to create a memory. And if you can make a strong impact and a great first impression, then you won’t ever have to worry about getting more clients, or getting burnt out advocating again!
Watch the video below for the exact formula that you can use to answer “What Is Music Therapy.”
Wanna take on the CHALLENGE? Leave a link to your video in a comment below. If yours gets chosen, then we’ll send you something special via mail! [Read the full article…]
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