In Episode 3 of the Guitars & Granola Bars podcast, I’m chatting with music therapist Amanda Clay. Amanda discusses what it was like working in the psych setting while pregnant and shares TONS of practical advice for women who may be grappling with working mom guilt.
Amanda Clay is a St. Louis native and Chicagoland transplant as of 2012. She works at a therapeutic day school for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders where she’s frequently pinching herself with how lucky she is to have so much fun at work every day. Amanda has a husband and young son, and is navigating her way through new motherhood through minor failures and occasional triumphs.
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New Mom on the Blog // Amanda’s personal blog about motherhood. (All of her blog titles are song lyrics!)
Music Therapy Mailings // Monthly music therapy ideas, visuals, and products delivered to your doorstep by Rachel See, MA, MT-BC.
Yes Please // Amy Poehler’s memoir and origin of the phrase “good for you, not for me” — a mantra all moms can relate to.
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