Through the Eyes of an Autistic Therapist

I am autistic, and I could not be more proud of that. Childhood struggles I was born in a time that autism was hardly recognized at all, let alone recognized in girls who are hyperlexic and extremely talkative. In the 2020s, most people would hear their pediatrician say “your daughter is not bonded to you”Continue reading “Through the Eyes of an Autistic Therapist”

Why I love telehealth

In March of 2020, when everything suddenly pivoted online, I was immensely concerned about what that meant for my work. I couldn’t picture how my music therapy clients and music students could be nearly as successful remotely as in person. I had no idea how I was going to be able to translate things toContinue reading “Why I love telehealth”