Board-Certified Music Therapist. Founder of Music Therapy Services of Austin, LLC. Undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders, Master’s degree in Music Therapy.
Advocating for music therapy, an evidence-based allied healthcare profession. Engaging in conversation about the need for MT services through all facets of media: speaking engagements, conferences, newspapers, online blogs, and continuing education websites.
Let me start off by saying how unbelievably thrilled I am with my website. I honestly do not know how I could be happier with it. You were amazing to work with and I hope that our paths cross again in the future. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! and a million times more!
We've used music therapy services of Austin for the past 2 years with both of my sons - one who has limited verbal skills and one who has focus and attention issues. Rachel has been a tremendous gift to our family with her education, experience, compassion and energy! She continues to bring the latest breakthroughs in music therapy to us through her involvement in her industry, attending conferences, and educating parents and teachers. We highly recommend Music Therapy Services of Austin!!!
Rachel, thank you very much for your e-mail book and information. I finished reading it and already use it at my job. You did a good job with it and I’ve learned something new. Thank you very much! Everything is very useful and interesting!
The E-book cover design you did for me was great! You have a great eye for design and it turned out better than I expected. I know this will compliment all of the hard work I did for my E-book. Thank you so much for getting it to me so fast.
Rachel, thank you for your great work!! [The website] really came out perfect!!
[Rachel's] course is easy to follow along, and really gave me a sense of how to approach collaboration.
I would recommend [Rachel's] course especially to other MTs that are working in school settings who have IEP goals and objectives that may be geared more towards speech and language.
Awesome- Thank you so much! I’m a Speech Language Pathologist and I can’t wait to use these songs with my students
Ahhh!! I just got my new music therapy songbook by Rachel See! Did you get yours yet??? Worth it!
I am so impressed with Rachel See’s e-book. Get yourself a copy. AWESOME! doesn’t even begin to describe this affordable resource. THANK YOU!
Rachel See, a FABULOUS music therapist, has just released her very first children’s songbook! Complete with visuals, activities, and original music! You definitely want to check this one out!! Totally proud to recommend it!
A-DORBS! I’ve finally had a moment to check out the member area. Wowza! I can’t wait to use these awesome ideas with my kiddos.
There are TONS of songs and visuals!
Children’s Songs for Therapy is much more than just songs for therapy. It is full of unique ways to use music to foster cognitive, language, academic and social learning. The lyrics are fun and creative, the tunes are easy to follow, and the songs can be easily adapted to meet your goals for children in both regular and special education. I highly recommend Rachel’s songbook to anyone who enjoys music and works with children!
MTAW website got a huge facelift! And millions of thanks to Rachel See, who designed this website!
Excellent Resource, Terrific Price, Supporting a Fellow Therapist. What’s stopping you?!
I LOVE the book! It’s a GREAT resource.
This course gave me a boost that providing music experiences with speech therapy can increase the development of speech.
This course is a great basis to know what SLP’s may look for should you approach to start a position or fill a collaborative job with an SLP. I appreciated the examples given and the breakdown of common goals between SLP and MT. After taking this course, I now have a better understanding of the Scope of Practice and training the SLP's I currently work with in my school setting job have.
This course is very informative and has great references. I enjoyed the common speech and language goal categories. After taking this course, I foresee looking at more ways to collaborate with other professional involved in the treatment of my clients.
I was looking forward to this course, so I saved it for my last course to complete for my MTBC cycle. I loved all of the info specifically on areas to be addressed and suggestions of goals/objectives and methods.
After taking this course, I expect to have more confidence when consulting/collaborating/co-treating with speech therapists.
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