Wednesday, July 28, 2010

July 30, 2010 - Transitions

Transitions can be tough for routine-oriented clients. This week I will talk about strategies for making transitions easier, including unplanned schedule changes.

Listen live at 11:30 Eastern, 10:30 Central, 9:30 Mountain or 8:30 Pacific. Call in with your questions: 646-652-2850. Or download the show to listen to the archives. Or subscribe through iTunes.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

July 23, 2010 - Writing a personal song

Last week, I talked with Charli Brown about song writing and writing your own personal song. This week, I'm going to give you steps to take to write your own personal song:

1. Don't worry if it's not good enough for anyone else to hear. Just sing, sing a song!
2. To Rhyme or Not To Rhyme--That is the question!
3. Which came first: The Melody or The Words?
4. Be like Nike: Just do it!

Listen to the show live at 12 noon Eastern, 11 am Central, 10 am Mountain, 9 am Pacific. Call in to get personal tips for writing your song: 646-652-2850.

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When you listen, leave me a comment and let me know what you think!
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Thursday, July 15, 2010

July 16, 2010 - You Can Love Your Life Now!

This week I'm excited to have Chari Brown as my guest. Listen LIVE at noon Eastern, 11 Central, 10 Mountain, and 9 Pacific. Or check out the archives and subscribe via iTunes.

When she was in the 12th grade, Charlene (Charli) Brown wanted to run away and become a “Queen of the Gypsies.” Since then, she has worked constantly to find ways which spoke to her nomadic, creative and independent spirit.

With 10+ years working with youth and a variety of other experiences including nonprofit, government, and leadership development under her belt, in 2009, Charli started “You Can Love Your Life Now! to “help women find and live their Best lives!”

A gifted life coach and workshop leader, Charli, through You Can Love Your Life Now!, has designed an enriching curriculum for girls, which opens up a healthy dialogue between them and adult women, as well as with their peers. She is also hard at work writing a guidebook for teen girls that will help them recognize their own unique inner light.

Charli can be reached through her website


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Friday, July 2, 2010

July 9, 2010 - Music Therapy Drumming

This week's show is on early: 11:30 Eastern, 10:30 Central, 9:30 Mountain, 8:30 Pacific. Bill Matney is my guest to talk about Music Therapy Drumming.

Music Therapy Drumming
is a curriculum that includes percussion and rhythm skills that are designed to increase the capacity for a Music Therapist to effectively use drums, percussion instruments, and traditional rhythms within the music therapy setting.

The Music Therapy Drumming curriculum is designed and taught by Music Therapists who are professional percussionists with years of experience in both music performance and clinical settings.

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Bill Matney, MA, MT-BC

Bill works full time with a school district special education department, and serves as adjunct lecturer at Texas Woman's University. He has presented both regionally and nationally on percussion pedagogy and percussion in therapeutic application with clinical populations. Bill has authored the book, Tataku: The Use of Percussion in Music Therapy, which is currently being used in percussion methods and improvisation courses at universities nationwide.
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