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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...

Karaoke as a Tool in Music Therapy!?

By Anne Delleman, MusicWorx Intern When I first started my music therapy internship, I was surprised to see recorded music being used as a tool in music therapy groups. Throughout my music therapy practica, I never once used a recorded song- much less did I...

Position Available: Board-Certified Music Therapist

Application Deadline:  June 15, 2019 MusicWorx and Resounding Joy are happy to announce that we are looking to add a Board-Certified music therapist to our clinical team! We are expanding and are in need of another team member!!!  If you have applied before, note that...

Why We Need Feminist Music Therapy

By Audrey Weatherstone, MusicWorx Intern Somehow people still hesitate when you ask if they identify as a feminist, or even just what the word means. People feel afraid to call themselves feminists, like it’s a bad word, or it places you too far on one...

DIR®/Floortime™ is the New Black

By Sarah Murrin, MusicWorx Intern Throughout internship, I’ve had the amazing opportunity to work alongside my incredible supervisor, Maureen “Mo” Dinsmore, in individual and group music therapy sessions with children, teens, and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Mo is a Neurologic Music Therapist who...

Getting Through the Muck

By Taylorlyn Mehnert, MusicWorx Intern When we experience something difficult, we often need to do a little “self care” - go home, take a bubble bath, and eat some chocolate. But recently I realized that, apparently, chocolate is not going to fix the long term...