If you’ve never seen Imagine, and you work in early childhood, then you are missing out! This awesome first-of-its-kind magazine is designed to serve music therapists who work with little ones. It’s so fun to turn the digital pages and roll the mouse around to read it.

Click here to visit Imagine: http://www.imagine.musictherapy.biz/

Early Childhood Therapy

As I rolled the pages around, I couldn’t help but think: What a great resource! Fellow blogger and friend Rachel Rambach wrote an article on Building Your Own Business In Early Childhood Music Therapy. If you need some digital assistance with business, she’s your woman.

There is some fabulous information from all the usual suspects ( Dena Register, Darcy Walworth, Helen Shoemark, Anita Gadberry, Blythe LaGasse, Barbara Reuer, and Carol Ann Blank). Also, if you’re interested in early childhood around the world, skip to page 70. I’m amazed.

I was honored to have contributed a video podcast of 8 music therapists who work (or have worked) in early childhood. They spoke on the topic of self-care. Click here to watch the video.

Thank you so much to the therapists whom I interviewed!

Alice Avigal
Amy Andrews
Betsy Pinney
Cami Smith
Carrie Davoli
Draza Jansky
Kyle Lueken
Paula Best

The interviewees discussed several aspects of self-care in early childhood: physical, emotional, spiritual, mental, social… This leads me to a question for you. How do you stay healthy when you work in early childhood?

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