Jumping In

  Recently, I have had clients make progress in the area of verbally relating to others. The two cases were completely different sets of circumstances, but both clients were headed […]

Asking Why And Honoring All That One Can Give

  I have written many articles on subjects such as developing children’s strengths  http://backmountainmusictherapy.com/2013/03/the-amazing-power-of-building-on-a-childs-strength/  , achieving regulation,   http://backmountainmusictherapy.com/2012/11/part-4-achieving-self-regulation/ ,  significance in an individual’s development    http://backmountainmusictherapy.com/2012/04/recognizing-development-and-its-significance-in-each-individual/ , and sensory integration  http://backmountainmusictherapy.com/2011/11/sensory-integration-meeting-the-need/   .  […]

Autism; Sensory Reactive to Independence and Self Control

Today, in two seperate sessions, three examples of my blogs happened all at once, using “stims” in learning (http://backmountainmusictherapy.com/2012/03/autistic-children-watching-for-developmental-learning-cues/): Frankie finding his voice (http://backmountainmusictherapy.com/2012/06/frankie-finds-his-voice-where-words-fail-music-speaks/), using a different rule book (http://backmountainmusictherapy.com/2012/04/the-yellow-brick-road-of-development-different-route-different-rules/), […]