Anytime you have the opportunity to talk with a total rockstar in your professional field about one of your favorite topics, you take it. Dr. Andrew Knight is a professor of music therapy at Colorado State University, and someone I’ve looked up to since meeting...read more
One of the things I commonly hear from fellow music therapists is that they wish they were more skilled at songwriting. As someone who has written upwards of 300 songs for music therapy clients, classes, adult audiences, and otherwise, my response is always this: the...read more
Sooooo, I might be a little obsessed with podcasts. If I’m doing anything that doesn’t require 100% brain power — folding laundry, emptying the dishwasher, picking up the playroom — there’s a pretty good chance I’m listening to a...read more
A resource for music therapists, educators, and parents.
“Listen & Learn Music has really helped me when it comes to song themes and categories. When I am looking for a specific topic or song for a specific instrument, this is the first place I check and 9/10 times I find something that I can either use or adapt to meet the goal for my clients.”Marissa R.
“Listen and Learn Music is a great resource! For the beginning music therapist, it’s full of songs and ideas that are just waiting to be implemented. For the more experienced music therapists, it’s a wealthy amount of materials to boost your repertoire with additional songs and ideas.”Amanda E.