Sing with your child… Even if you think you can’t sing!

Take a look at this article from OHbaby that featured in their latest newsletter- Emma Fahy shares what she has learned from Julie about music as a form of therapy.

http://www.ohbaby.co.nz/under-5/development/sing-to-baby-heres-why/

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Throughout my course of study in Play Therapy and Musical Play, I have had some of the most memorable and valuable teaching and learning experiences with the children. I have learnt to facilitate their learning in a way that inspires the children’s inner most confidence and creativity. I am more aware of the children’s emotions and have greater rapport with the children because I have learnt to listen, observe and acknowledge them for who they truly are. Julie and Alex provided an encouraging curriculum that supported my journey in Play Therapy and Musical Play. Our skype meetings made me feel confident, and the professional conversations had were inspiring and motivating. This course is a must do for all professionals who engage in early childhood education!

Megan Manson, Primary School Teacher, Melbourne
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