Happy Birthday, Dear Blog!

It’s hard for me to believe, but today marks one year since I started the Soundscape Music Therapy blog. I have thoroughly enjoyed having the opportunity to share some thoughts and ideas on music, music therapy, and working with older adults. I also look forward to the year to come!

Below, I have shared some of MY favorite posts, but I would love to hear what interests you, especially what you’d like to see on this blog in the months to come! Please let me know what you’d like to see in the comments section.

Here are some of my favorite topics from this last year’s posts:

Copyright Law and the Music Therapist

Hiring a Music Therapist in Long-Term Care

Song Spotlights

Music Therapy and Grief Rituals

Intergenerational Music Therapy

Tips for Using Orchestral Instruments in Music Therapy

As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Let me know what you’d like to hear more about on the topics of music therapy and older adults – just leave a comment below. Thank you so much for reading! 




2 thoughts on “Happy Birthday, Dear Blog!

  1. Cameron says:

    I found your blog searching Google for similar blogs to the idea I have. For quite a while I have wanted to start a blog that describes how my life and everything that is currently good and worthwhile in my life came from playing the guitar, sticking with it through callused fingers and frustrating licks and concepts. Sticking it through has helped me build confidence not just in my guitar playing but every area of my life, health, school, business, songwriting, love, family. etc. I think you have a great blog and I hope that many people can see beyond just the music and how guitar playing will directly and indirectly influence all areas of our lives in a positive way.

    • soundscapemusictherapy says:

      That sounds like a great idea for a blog! I completely agree with you that playing music for yourself – especially learning an instrument – can have a positive impact in many areas of life. Please let me know about your blog once you get it started – I’d love to share it with other folks who are considering learning an instrument or playing music more on their own.

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