Sound Matters Music Therapy

Sound Matters Music Therapy, LLC provides individual and small group music therapy sessions to adults with developmental disability at homes, group homes and day programs in South Minneapolis and surrounding suburbs.

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Privilege in Music Therapy

A few Saturdays ago, the Music Therapy Association of Minnesota held its two-part Fall Conference online. The presentations were “Whiteness As a Source of Harm in Music Therapy Practice, Education, and Leadership,” by Daniel Goldschmidt, MT-BC and “(Re)Centering Culture in Music Therapy,” by Natasha Thomas, PhD, MT-BC and Chantise Hunt, MA, MT-BC. Clearly these are …

Accepting New Clients

It’s Summer 2019, and I here at Sound Matters Music Therapy have a few openings in my caseload for daytime clients. Feel free to contact me at erin.lunde@soundmattersmusictherapy.com or (612) 466-0227 if you’d like more information. I am serving adults and children with developmental and intellectual disability in the Twin Cities metro.

Creativity Accountability

Hey. You’re likely a music therapist, a musician or another creative.

Maybe you’re like me. A music therapist who is also a mother to small children. Maybe you’re like me and you want more creativity — for yourself and yourself alone — in your life. Oftentimes, the art we make is for our profession in some way. What if we made it a point to make art for nothing other than enjoyment?

Listen. I like a challenge. If you want a partner in this, let me know. I will partner with you for daily or weekly accountability.

Writing, Editing & Proofing

Do you need an article or an interview for your newsletter? Do you have an article or an interview that you need to have reviewed? Edited? Re-shaped?

I can do that.

What about a deadline? Do you want some accountability? I’m all about accountability. If you need somebody to tell you when it’s time to be done, I can do that. Building a calendar and setting up deadlines is what I do everyday.