I decided to start the new year having some fun with musical instruments. Each day I'm playing something different - recording a short video and drawing a quick sketch of it. It's my latest involvement in "FunADay" - which I've been part of since 2014 - see my back catalogue here! 1 - drum kit… Continue reading Happy new year 2019!
This post is based on a tweet I wrote this week: i was discussing my #musictherapy work this week, the other person summarised it as working with "disability" - but I've never thought of it like that - in sessions each person is able to make music in their own way... — Ed (@Ed_Sings) August 29,… Continue reading What’s this, why dis (ability)?
Here's a great book I've been reading recently, particularly the last three chapters about Winnicott, psychodynamic meaning and why people choose to become a therapist. Mercedes Pavlicevic writes with clarity and passion, bringing the subject to life with fresh thinking and real-life examples. Here's a couple of excerpts to whet your appetite... In music therapy,… Continue reading Music therapy in context – book recommendation