I’m excited to share with you the wonderful Maven sponsors. They’re an impressive bunch and I’m honored that they’ve chosen to sponsor this blog. So please…if you haven’t had the chance to check them out, please do!
The Musical Autist is the brain-child of music teacher and soon-to-be-music-therapist CJ Diachenko. Ms. CJ started her blog just this past spring, which “is dedicated to all people on the autism spectrum, their families, and their allies” as well as for her music students. She’s a tireless advocate for those on the spectrum and I’m excited to see where her career takes her!
The Music Therapy Tween has been sharing lots of helpful tips! Check out these recent posts: Get Organized!, Interview: Fundraising Tips From Liz Clarke, Children’s Bereavement Camps, Social Media Reality Check, Story About Closure, Tips/Links To Set Up Google Analytics, and Interview: Hospice Perspective From A Family Member.
Music Therapy Tunes is managed by the award-winning singer/songwriter and music therapist Margie La Bella. Her website is a fabulous resource for any music therapist, music teacher, and music student. In fact, Margie will soon have posted some awesome videos of music therapy activity songs and she’s looking into offering downloadable mp3 tracks and albums straight from her website. Check it and access Margie’s original songs, as well as lesson plans and songwriting tips.
Rachel Rambach runs the popular Listen and Learn blog. Rachel is a board-certified music therapist, a singer/songwriter, a blogger, a social media and technology enthusiast, and an educator–and you can find a little of all of that on her blog. Rachel recently resigned from her music therapy position at the Hope Institute for Children and Families so that she can focus on her private practice and online services. Best of luck, Rachel!
Cellist Emily Ann Peterson’s blog provides a place where she is “Putting the ‘Oh!’ in ‘Cello’.” She recently re-vamped her blog and it looks awesome! Check out Emily Ann Peterson for tips on teaching and playing the cello.
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