Saturday, November 29, 2008

November 29, 2008 - Thanksgiving Special

Today's show is a short one expressing my gratitude for the people who support this show. I’d like to thank Blog Talk Radio for hosting the show, thanks to Susie Moten, Bill Matney, Krystal Demaine, Mary Lawrence, Michelle Kennemer, Michelle Melander, Dale Taylor, Robert Krout, Barbara Else, Debbie Dacus, Kathleen Coleman, Terri Hart, Ann Petty, Ellary Draper, Cathy Knoll, Kim McVean, Veronica Butler, Stephanie Shehan, Louise Montello, Wade Richards, and Ed Kahler for being guests on my show. Thanks also to for hosting our blog. Thank you Ed Gallagher for being my guest today. Thank you Kevin Lindstrom, for helping me get this show started, for guest hosting, and for writing and performing the music for the show. And thanks to all of you who listen to the show each week. I really appreciate it and would love to hear from you.

I also have a surprise for my listeners. Check out the show to find out what it is!

Saturday, November 22, 2008

November 15, 2008 - AMTA Conference Report

Broadcasting live from Expanding the Gateway to Music Therapy: The 10th Anniversary Conference of the American Music Therapy Association at the Millennium Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri. Listen live here.

November 15, 2008 - AMTA Conference Preview

Barbara Else, MPA, LCAT, MT-BC, AMTA Consultant, provided a preview of Expanding the Gateway to Music Therapy: The 10th Anniversary Conference of the American Music Therapy Association in St. Louis, MO. Listen here.

Friday, November 7, 2008

November 8, 2008 -- Biomedical Theory of Music as Therapy

Music Therapy is the enhancement of human capabilities through the planned use of musical influences on human brain functioning. Dr. Dale Taylor is our guest this week to speak about the Biomedical Theory of Music in Therapy. Listen here.

November 1, 2008 -- FAQautism

Cathy Knoll, MA, MT-BC is a board certified music therapist with over 30 years clinical experience with children, teens, and adults diagnosed with autism. is designed to respond to specific questions from individuals with autism and their family members, teachers, therapists, employers, medical professionals, residential staff, job coaches, and others interested in the well-being of people with autism. Listen here.

October 25, 2008 -- Sensory Nanny

Kim McVean, aka Sensory Nanny, is an occupational therapist and a mother of twins who have Autism. She joined us to talk about sensory issues and music therapy. Listen here. Check out her show here. Visit her website