In this episode Rohan tells us all about the Avaana platform, which is redefining healthcare and wellbeing. Tune in to hear how Avanna is connecting clients and clinicians, and clinicians to each other. We talk about supervision, preventative maintenance in health care, and how we individually define wellbeing.
In this episode Emma G. tells us about how she's used songwriting as a tool for empowerment throughout her life and how she is not helping others to do the same.
In this episode Miss Julieann tells us all about her new children's album, Resilient Child! This amazing album is a compilation of Julieann's research, Music Therapy experience, and musicianship. It's a true labor of love, and I'm so excited she's shared it with us on the show! Catch sneak peeks of some of her songs throughout the episode.
In this episode, Kim and Tricia discuss the pros and cons of working as a subcontracted Music Therapist. We talk about why this is an unsustainable model and potential alternatives that Kim is experimenting with.
In this episode Tricia talks about her experience leaving her Music Therapy job. She shares the red flags she experienced along the way and how she ultimately knew she'd outgrown the position. Subscribe to the show to hear episode 213 where Tricia and Kim further discuss the dangers of subcontracting.
In this episode Tricia talks about her journey through and after burnout. She shares preventative and maintenance steps she took, the ultimate decisions that got her out of burnout, and how she's recovered since.
In this episode, Inesa educates us about holistic health, the cannabis industry (including the dark sides), CBD, THC, and CBDa. Tune in to hear more about how to ensure you're getting the best quality products and empowering your personal health.
In this episode Elliott and I talk about life transitions, boundaries, and our need incessant need for stimulation.
In this episode, Stephanie and Tricia discuss what makes Stephanie's music so accessible for kids to adults. We talk about how she adds depth to her music and how she brings musicianship into her Music Therapy sessions.