In Episode 30 of the Guitars & Granola Bars podcast, I’m chatting with music therapist JoAnn Jordan. JoAnn talks about discovering her passion for working with two seemingly opposite populations, raising her daughter and building a private practice in a rural area, and adjusting to life as an empty nester.
JoAnn and her family live in Hays, Kansas. She is the owner of Music Sparks – a music therapy private practice serving older adults and preschoolers. Leading intergenerational sessions is her favorite each week.
Music2Spark // JoAnn’s blog and private practice.
Session Cafe // Resources, ideas for sessions and treats for you and your older adult clients. Invitations to free quarterly webinars to keep your session ideas flowing.
Twelve Months To Your Ideal Private Practice // A year-long, progressive practice-building program offering therapists an abundance of information, ideas, and strategies for working successfully in private practice.
How I Made $100,000 My First Year as a Piano Teacher // The story of how successful music entrepreneur Kristin K. Yost set herself up for financial success her first year out of graduate school, as a piano teacher.
This episode is sponsored by Music Teacher’s Helper, which is software for music teachers and therapists that helps manage your private music lesson studio and/or music therapy practice. I’ve used Music Teacher’s Helper every single day since 2011, and it is one of the best tools I have to keep my private practice running smoothly.
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