I decided I’d better put a trigger warning at the top of this post like I did the last one, because the theme of this one is even scarier. 632 more words
In an active breech birth, we aim to support and encourage the physiological process as long as it appears to be safely unfolding. When practising in this way, we have to understand why some variations occur, when they may threaten the safety of mother or baby, and how clinicians might intervene to safely assist the birth when necessary. 747 more words
I’m a big fan of incorporating holidays and special occasions into my music therapy sessions.
I recently started hitting the internet to look for ideas to expand my Halloween repertoire and was pleasantly surprised by the amount of websites and blogs dedicated to music therapists sharing their ideas with other therapists. 970 more words