Episode 45: Working Collaboratively

by MTRT on August 13, 2013

Handling Professional Downtime

Practicing music therapy is not for those who seek isolation. It is a practice that often calls for one to collaborate. Collaboration can happen before sessions, during sessions, or after sessions. Collaboration can happen as part of and outside of direct client care. There is an art to successful collaboration, ways you can help make it more successful. In episode 45 of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, we discuss our own experiences of collaboration and what we have found can contribute or hinder the collaborative spirit.

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Antoinette Morrison August 14, 2013 at 5:58 am

I just wanted to mention, I am so glad Michele added the part of getting to know people first, before advocating. I tend to also take my time with that. Often,I prefer to do my work, let people experience it at some level, so that when I begin advocating, my words already have validity. Thank you for putting that out there.
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