Blogs

Let’s Talk About Your Voice

By Becky Bressan, MusicWorx Intern “Man, I need to learn how to sing.”  My co-intern has uttered this phrase countless times over the past five months of internship. She doesn’t say this because she can’t sing, on the contrary, she has a beautiful voice. But...

Impostor Syndrome

By Becky Bressan, MusicWorx Intern Just imagine... You walk out of an interview, and you’re sure that you tanked it. Every single thing you could have said wrong, you did. Oh, and the interviewer’s face; they must think that you’re such an idiot, bringing up...

Song-Aid Kit

By Danielle Angeloni, MusicWorx Intern Who would have thought that out from the depths of my childhood closet, analyzing Green Day song lyrics, would grow a passion great enough to inspire a career in music therapy? Swimming in teenage angst, I knew two things for...

Music Therapist? Or Glorified Performer?

By Becky Bressan, MusicWorx Intern When I tell someone that I work in the field of music therapy, one of the most exciting things that can happen to me is that person’s eyes lighting up in recognition. You know, that look that says “Ah yes!...

How to Rock DIR®Floortime™ – Anywhere

By Audrey Weatherstone, MusicWorx Intern I am fortunate to have a music therapy internship with a wide variety of populations and settings. Over the past several months, I have worked with pediatrics, older adults and hospice, mental health groups with adolescents, children with developmental disabilities,...

Code Lavender

By Danielle Angeloni, MusicWorx Intern As I was running out the door to the cafe I’m at now, I placed my laptop into my backpack right next to Francoise Mathieu’s Compassion Fatigue Workbook. I haven’t taken the book out of my backpack for about a...

The Inevitability of Sweating the “Big Stuff”

By Danielle Angeloni, MusicWorx Intern You may have heard of or read the infamous book “don’t sweat the small stuff” by Richard Carlson PhD. I had the book introduced to me as a teenager and have often turned to it in times of crisis. Over...