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By admin / January 13, 2017

How Refuge Came To Be

I have been asked many times during my academic training “Why did you become a music therapist?”. The reason for...

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By admin / December 16, 2016

Drumming Through Emotions

Sometimes sessions start without words. It’s clear when you enter the room that we love to use drums. One of...

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By admin / November 17, 2016

Music for Motivation in Addiction Recovery

Addiction is defined as a disease, where the individual has become powerless over a physical and mental drive to feed starved...

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By admin / May 2, 2016

5 Reasons Women Should Play Music Together

Recently I had the pleasure of presenting on the panel for the Women’s Symposium hosted by the Lion’s Club! I...

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By admin / March 13, 2016

Make your own Ocean Drum!

Here at Refuge, I like to encourage activities that you can do at home with your little ones (even not...

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By admin / January 28, 2016

I can really play that?

Sometimes people are surprised when I tell them they can play guitar and have a meaningful experience in less than...

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By admin / November 19, 2015

What’s Different About Music Therapy?

Music therapy is very different from other early childhood music classes. Here are our top 6 reasons why:

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By admin / November 17, 2015

How to Have a Successful Therapy Experience

Beginning music therapy services is pretty easy, but there are a few things that make the experience so much easier....

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By admin / November 3, 2015

10 Skills Learned Through Music Therapy

Music therapy uses music as a medium to create non-musical change. Many parents tell me about their struggles at home...

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