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November 22, 2018

This is part two in a blog series on Sensory Processing Disorder. Part One explains a little bit about what it is and how it works. Part Three will give some online and community resources.

It's been a busy few months here at Aim High Music Therapy, but we're back to ta...

June 11, 2018

A new podcast was recently released called "This Podcast Has Autism". They're just getting started, but their goal is to make a show celebrating autistic individuals and their talents, as well as providing information about autism and autism resources. I was actually a...

February 2, 2018

Lately we've been working with several kids who have ADHD here at Aim High Music Therapy. Something interesting that I've heard from some of their parents is that when their child was diagnosed, their doctor would immediately recommend having the child learn to...

October 10, 2017

We've been having some busy times here at Aim High MT, for reasons that I might elaborate on in a future blog post. But for now here's a quick post on a question that I've received a few times: Where can I find a music therapist?

If you live in the Salt Lake area, and a...

August 19, 2017

Paul (name has been changed) was a young man with autism that I had been working with for a few weeks. He loved music, and got excited every time I came-- often coming out to meet me when I pulled up in my car, and then following me out to my car to say 'Goodbye' at th...

July 1, 2017

 Hey! We are working on offering a social skills group for children starting this August. If you have a child who could benefit from such a group and live near South Jordan (or if you know someone else who does) could you take five minutes and fill out a survey? Your r...

April 25, 2017

There might not be an aspect of music therapy more thoroughly researched than music therapy with individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorders. There's a good reason for this; ask the parent of any child with autism and 9 times out of 10 they'll have something...

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