55. Music Therapy and the Island of Enchantment: Antonio “Tony” Milland Santiago, MT-BC (part 1)

In this episode, Tony tells about his upbringing in Puerto Rico, also known as the Island of Enchantment, and how this has informed his MT practice. We also dive into Tony’s latest project; Spanish for Creative Clinicians! Antonio “Tony” Milland Santiago is a board-certified music therapist, Vice President-Elect of the Southwestern Region of the American […]

54. Accessible Advocacy Across Generations: Hayley Francis Cann, BMT, MTA, NMT

In this episode, Hayley and Tricia discuss creating accessible advocacy resources and how this inspired Hayley’s new book! They also discuss intergenerational connections, wearing many hats as a Music Therapist, and taking life day-by-day. Hayley also tells about her new podcast and how she’s sharing her story through her blog. Hayley Francis Cann, BMT, MTA, […]

53. Authentic Human-ness: Tony Beuchel, MT-BC

In this episode, Tony and Tricia discuss podcasting, therapeutic approaches, and having authentic human interactions with our clients. Tony is a music therapist working in developmental health in Fort Wayne Indiana. He specializes in children with autism, children who’ve experienced complex trauma, and members of the LGBTQ+ community. He is also certified at the basic […]

52. Nutrition and Trauma Care: Julieann Hartley, MT-BC, NMT, NTP (part 2)

In this episode, Julieann and Tricia discuss working with clients who have experienced trauma and the importance of nutrition in their treatment. Julieann Hartley is a board certified music therapist and neurologic music therapist from New Hampshire. She is the music therapy program director at the Concord Community Music School, although she is currently on medical […]

51. Redefining Strength Through Illness: Julieann Hartley, MT-BC, NMT, NTP (part 1)

In this episode, Julieann shares her story of finding and redefining strength through living with chronic illness. Julieann also stresses the importance of self advocacy and advocacy for our clients. Julieann Hartley is a board certified music therapist and neurologic music therapist from New Hampshire. She is the music therapy program director at the Concord Community […]

50. Listener Feature

This episode is all about you, the listeners! Thank you so much to those of you who sent in your thoughts, interventions, stories, etc. It would be really cool to do this again, so let us know if you like the idea of more Listener Feature episodes! Thank you so much for your support in […]

49. More on Telehealth: Allison Broaddrick, MT-BC (part 2)

In this conversation, Allison and Tricia talk all about telehealth: why it’s important, how to be an effective MT telehealth practitioner, advice and tips, specific interventions, and much more. Allison is a board certified music therapist and the founder of both Three Rivers Music Therapy and Incadence. Allison was born and raised in Pittsburgh Pa, […]

48. Telehealth: Allison Broaddrick, MT-BC (part 1)

In this conversation, Allison and Tricia talk all about telehealth: why it’s important, how to be an effective MT telehealth practitioner, advice and tips, specific interventions, and much more. Allison is a board certified music therapist and the founder of both Three Rivers Music Therapy and Incadence. Allison was born and raised in Pittsburgh Pa, […]

47. Winning a Grammy: Jon Samson, MA, MT-BC

In this episode, Jon shares his unique creative process with clients, how and why he shares their creations, and what it was like winning a Grammy! 2ARCGK6 26 January 2020 – Los Angeles, California – Jon Samson. 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards held at Staples Center. (Credit Image: © AdMedia via ZUMA Wire) Jon Samson, MA, MT-BC, […]

46. LGBTQ+ and Cultural Responsiveness: Annette Whitehead-Pleaux, MA, MT-BC

In this episode, Annette tells about her research and courses regarding LGBTQ+ and her thoughts on the importance of cultural responsiveness. Annette Whitehead-Pleaux, MA, MT-BC, is the Executive Director of the Center for Cultural Responsiveness, a nonprofit that provides education, training, and supervision in diversity, inclusion, and equity to colleges, universities, and practitioners. In addition, […]