Monthly Archives: July 2011

Information that you can trust – Part two


Are you thought you were confused? After the last post I have been struggling to configure this next post.  Do I make the post specifically relevant to MTs or to the public, do I separate out blogs and websites or … Continue reading

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Information that you can trust!


Often, I come into contact with educators who both celebrate and bemoan the creation of Google.  Proponents of Google may point to the Google search engine and Google’s many associated products such as Google Maps, Google Docs and Google+ as … Continue reading

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A global community – reaching out


This past week has seen numerous events of interest to music therapists that have highlighted music therapy on a global scale. First and foremost was the 13th World Congress of Music Therapy, held in Seoul, South Korea between July 5-9, … Continue reading

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Welcome back – global community of Music Therapists!


It has been a frustrating few weeks. After loosing access to the administration panel of my previous blog “Musictherapy365” I have decided to start anew. Hopefully, at some point, I will be able to retrieve my previous posts. If not, … Continue reading

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