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 talking about Sensory Processing Disorder-- specifically ways that it can be addressed with Music Therapy. I want to mention that a lot of this is coming from the work of Lilieth Grand, an incredible music therapist based in Oregon who might be one of the top experts in using music therapy to address Auditory Processing Disorder.