Wednesday, May 19, 2010

May 21, 2010 - Developing a personal/professional perspective

Why should we develop a personal or professional perspective? I have been thinking a lot about this since interviewing Brian Abrams on May 7 about Development of a Humanistic Perspective on Music Therapy. I also studied different perspectives and developed my own during my graduate work at Texas Woman's University. Lately, I've been reviewing my perspective, both for my work and my personal goals.

In this show, find out how to develop a personal and professional perspective. Listen here.

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3 comments:

MICHELLE ERFURT, MT-BC said...

About not having to explain yourself...

AMEN SISTER!!!

Once I adopted that outlook, my life got a lot easier. If you don't want to do something, don't do it! It's a perk that comes with the job of "MT Private Practice Owner".

Aaron said...

Janice,
Thanks for your show over the past weeks. The conversation with Brian Abrams was great to hear. I am glad someone in our profession is articulating that perspective.
I also thank you for your show on developing a personal and professional perspective. Your honesty and openness to learning and pondering your work is wonderful.
Aaron Teague,MA,MT-BC

Janice M. Harris, MA, MT-BC said...

Michelle and Aaron, thanks for listening! And for leaving a comment to let me know that you are listening.