“I’m just me.” Celebrate individual strengths and abilities while working towards a common goal. This is an expanded session starter to help you to do just that.
Posts by JoAnn Jordan:
Trains have left tracks in many and varied ways in my life including session planning. Fact is there are a lot similarities between train travel and our sessions. What do trains have to do with music session planning? Let me take you on a mini trip into the answer. The train left its tracks During […]
We need to move the perception of hearing being the only modality used in our music (therapy) sessions. Fact is we can (or should) consider the involvement of other sessions in experiencing music. We can (and often do) involve multiple senses in our sessions. So, do you encourage this perception in how you structure your […]
Here you are, planning another music session. What you plan and share will impact the client, their loved ones, and the business within which it is offered. Ever consider that last one – the impact on a business? Whether you own a business or are employed, increasing your understanding of successful business practices is helpful. […]
How do you complete this sentence when it comes to your work? I will keep on _______. Is what you inserted a dream (something you are holding out for)? Is it a positive statement on your current approach? Either way, make sure it is something that will help you grow, move forward or expand your […]
Structuring our music sessions is important. It sets the potential for effective treatment and client interactions. A quality structure creates rewarding experience for all – including you as the leader. Repeating the structure across sessions creates predictable expectations. It sets the frame work including: Time of day, Length of session, Size of group, Policies […]