Our new clinic!

Well if you are following our blog, you have noticed that we haven’t posted for quite a while. There is a good reason for this! We have been very, very busy because we just opened a new clinic! This new office and clinic as been in the works since the Fall of 2014, and we finally moved in on July 26th, 2015. We designed this space with 2 big things in mind; 1) more space for our wonderful...
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Music Therapy Month in Numbers

March is Colorado Music Therapy Month! You may have noticed that we have been posting number trivia every day this month; were you able to figure out what they represented? Here are your answers which hopefully also give you some insight into our wonderful profession! 141: There are 141 board certified music therapists in Colorado 1:  There is only 1 Colorado college/university that offers a...
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Meet your Music Therapist – Kristin Sjoberg

How did you get involved in music therapy? My parents are both music educators and when my father was in school for his master’s, he had a class on music therapy. My dad told me I should look into music therapy, but being a preteen, I had to go my own way first. After finishing my undergraduate degree in Music Performance and Psychology, I volunteered with AmeriCorps and worked with inner city...
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NEW – Parkinson’s Music Therapy Class in Denver!!!

Good Vibrations: Music for a healthy brain and body The neuroscience of music has shown us just how powerful music is for causing changes in our brains and our bodies. This class, led by a board-certified music therapist will consist of hands-on, evidence-based exercises to improve and maintain a wide variety of skills. The class is designed to address the following areas: music and cognitive...
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Mythbusters: Aren’t Music Therapists just Glorified Entertainers?

by Rebekah Stewart, MA, MT-BC Ever since the day I graduated and began practicing, I continue to encounter a misconception that many people have about what our role as music therapists are in various clinical settings. People are always excited to see someone walking around the hall with a guitar strapped to their back and a cart full of interesting instruments, but very often the reaction is...
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