The usual steps a therapist takes with a client are: assessment, treatment planning, conducting the session, recording results… and repeat. Processing the session, and looking at interactions that happen within the session, are a way for the therapist to learn more about the client, about themselves and about the role that music is playing in their client’s treatment. In this episode of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, we will discuss the concept and importance of processing sessions.
Items mentioned in the episode
- [RESOURCE] Professional Supervision with Roia Rafieyan
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- [SUNDAY SUCCESS] This month’s Sunday Success goes to JoAnn Jordan. She says “An administrator at a local nursing home that refused to meet with me a couple years ago stating they didn’t have the money, emailed me this week after the local newspaper ran an article about me. I’ll be meeting with her this coming Friday to discuss programing options. So, I’m busy prepping for the week AND the meeting with her.” Congratulations JoAnn! It’s amazing what a little press can do!
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