Goodbye, Zoom Gloom! Do This In Your Next Session

We are all screen fatigued & feeling the “Zoom Gloom!” Good news, though– music has this incredible power to get us out of our HEADS and into our BODIES.

You know this if you take a sensory approach to your work with kids, or if you have ever danced with a patient with dementia, or if you’ve ever drummed with groups in recovery. Take your sessions to the next level, and always OPEN with music!

Christine Stevens, MSW, MT-BC has been doing this for ten years with a million different populations, including survivors of war, refugees, people in recovery, hospice, child survivors of trauma, and more. This is why we love Christine! Listen in to some of her examples, apply this to your practice and let us know how it goes.

While you’re here, be sure to grab her Virtual Drum + Voice Session Plans packet, with tips for faciliation + a sample Zoom session from Kate Richards Geller, MA, MT-BC, LCAT. 👇👇

Turn 🌨️ Zoom Gloom 🌨️into a ✨ Zoom Glow ✨

Online Tools for Drumming & Voice Course

If you’re ready to explore the possibilities for group drumming and vocal improvisation in telemedicine, then check out Christine & Kate’s Online Tools course! 

By taking the course, you will:

  • Walk away with 10 music therapy experiences to normalize the digital space, and help your clients feel seen, acknowledged, and honored to work with you
  • Learn how to BEST utilize zoom & retool your current MT experiences to fit the digital space -eliciting meaningful interaction from your clients, using less energy from you
  • Understand fundamental uses of drums & vocal improv in the digital space, in order to foster a safe container for self-expression & creativity for your clients.
  • Deeply explore the full range of what remote drumming & vocal improv can open within your clients and yourself in the therapeutic process
  • Deeply explore the full range of what music has to offer through song form, chord progressions, musical cues, and more!

Join the course TODAY.

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