Music Therapy Chronicles
Music Therapy Chronicles
Tricia Caiati, MT-BC
Music Therapy Chronicles
185. Beatboxing and Speech: Scooter Oyama, SLP
In this episode Scooter and Tricia discuss the intersections of Speech Therapy, music, cognition, Music Therapy, beatboxing, music history, and much more. Scooter tells us all about the new program he has helped develop, currently called Alphabeat. This is an evidence based Speech Language curriculum using beatboxing. Scooter and Tricia discuss the foundations of the program, clinical applications, and creative extensions.
Sep 21
1 hr 7 min
184. Creating a Bilingual Book: Isabelle Engler, MT-BC
In this episode Isabelle tells us about her new bilingual book, The Fishing Song. Isabelle has used her unique background in Product Management, music, Mandarin, piano, and life to create this wonderful and accessible resource for young learners and musicians. Hear how it all came together in this episode.
Sep 14
47 min
183. Accepting Disability: Janet Schmit, MT-BC (part 2)
In this episode Janet shares about her acquired brain injury and how it has impacted her life. She shares vulnerably about her lived experience and her advice for both clinicians and others living with ABI.
Sep 7
57 min
182. Life with Acquired Brain Injury: Janet Schmit, MT-BC (part 1)
In this episode Janet shares about her acquired brain injury and how it has impacted her life. She shares vulnerably about her lived experience and her advice for both clinicians and others living with ABI.
Aug 31
44 min
181. Important Reminder, It’s Not You: Tricia Caiati, MT-BC
In this episode Tricia shares the important reminder that it's not you, it's not your fault, sometimes life is just crazy and that's ok. This podcast episode was inspired by some of Tricia'a recent life events and an insightful conversation with her father.
Aug 24
24 min
180. A Passion for Eldercare: Sandy R Golias, MT-BC, CMDCP
In this episode Sandy shares her passion for working in eldercare. Sandy found Music Therapy as a second career and tells us why she has become so passionate about working as a Music Therapist in Eldercare. She shares her advice and resources for others transitioning into the field and working with elders.
Aug 17
1 hr 3 min
179. Support and Supervision: Peer Support Network
In this episode Maria, Mara, Elizabeth, and Meera from the Peer Support Network share their passion for starting this amazing group, why it's so important, and how we can get involved. The Peer Support Network offers free peer supervision during their monthly groups. They are AMTA Conference presenters and advocates for equity and support within and beyond the Music Therapy field.
Aug 10
1 hr 14 min
178. Life Path and Career Path: Kristina Twilt, BMT, BSc, MTA (part 2)
In this episode Kristina dives in deeper into how her life and career have effected each other throughout her journey. She shares her candid thoughts and experiences about how pursuing Music Therapy drastically impacted her life overall.
Aug 3
56 min
177. Shifting Careers into Music Therapy: Kristina Twilt, BMT, BSc, MTA (part 1)
In this episode Kristina tells us all about how she shifted careers into Music Therapy after some life transitions and soul searching. This episode is especially great for people considering a career shift into Music Therapy. We also talk about our life passions and how they overlap in our personal and professional lives.
Jul 27
1 hr 9 min
176. Spiritual Wellness: Self Care Challenge (day 8)
This is day 8 of the Self Care Challenge for July 2022! Today we're focusing on spiritual wellness. Subscribe to the Music Therapy Chronicles newsletter to get the Self Care Challenge worksheets and learn more about the Self Care Community here! Our first Community call is on July 19th, I hope to see you there!
Jul 20
16 min
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