What do we really need to run a good music therapy session?

Just finished two strong music therapy sessions for kids with autism. I’m tired but happy! Their interactions are a lot more now, after two months of meetings! 🎶🎵 I could hear their voice singing and asking me for tunes; they played the instruments and I saw them really exited keeping the rhythm with the body percussion!Continue reading “What do we really need to run a good music therapy session?”


During the sessions, the children are stimulated musically through song, movement, body percussion and the use of musical instruments. There is a creative and positive atmosphere which provides an encouraging environment for the children to participate in the sessions.  It leaves space for their responses using music, the motor functions or language. The programme has these objectives:Continue reading “MUSIC AND AUTISM”

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