“Confessions of a Music Therapist”
This week it’s just me, recording a solo episode for the first time since the beginning of the summer. I’ve been having so much fun chatting with my co-host, Jaime, and I hope you’ve been enjoying our episodes together, too.
But in today’s episode, I want to address a topic that I haven’t talked much about publicly, hence this week’s title. The confession I’m about to make is one that I’ve held back from sharing because honestly, I’ve been a little scared to, especially amongst my fellow music therapists.
I’ve been putting it off for a while, but I feel like there’s no better time than now. I started this podcast because I wanted a place to have honest conversations about the intersection of my professional and personal lives, and that’s exactly what today’s episode is.
Mentioned in the Episode
The Introvert’s Guide to Thriving in an Extroverted Career: My CMTE course that focuses on mindset, habits, and strategies to help introverts best utilize their superpowers in their professional lives.
The Longest, Shortest, Hardest, Best-est Year: A blog post I wrote about the first year of my daughter’s life, as referenced in the episode.
The Next Chapter in My Story: The first steps in shifting the focus of my career.
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