Calling all writers! Guest bloggers for Music Therapy Blog required

Dear Readers,

Have you got a Music Therapy topic you’re itching to write about? Or an idea you want to put forwards in the form of an informal article? Or perhaps you’d like to write a more academic style essay and publish it online?

Here is an opportunity to do so: later this year I will taking a break from the blog when I go on maternity leave. I am looking for guest bloggers to write articles for Music Therapy Blog in my absence.

A wide variety of content is desirable, and there is no limit to how many bloggers publish a post! Please note that all articles submitted will be reviewed and edit suggestions will be made before going live on the blog.

If you would like to enquire about being a guest blogger for Music Therapy Blog, please contact me by commenting on this post, or contacting me via my Twitter profile or the Facebook page.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Ellie

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Ellie received her MA in Music Therapy from Roehampton University, and undertook additional training to receive certification as a Neurologic Music Therapist. She is employed by Chiltern Music Therapy and as well as a clinician works as a Supervisor and Manager for the organisation. Ellie has experience of working individually and running groups with adults, older adults, children and infants across a number of health and social care sectors, including learning disabilities, ASD, mental health, brain injury and dementia. Alongside her music therapy work Ellie was previously a Trustee and the Student Liaison Officer for the British Association for Music Therapy.

2 Comments

  1. Deb Kyle
    September 12, 2019
    Reply

    I would love to research and write an article on music as therapy for Alzheimer’s disease. When my mother-in-law was actively dying from the disease, many in the family either played music or sang to her (sometimes both!). There was a peace on her face during the musical times that didn’t exist in the quiet.
    I’d like to share that with others and explain why it works.

    I’m in the process of building a new website, so I can’t really give you a link to that yet. But I would be happy to send you writing samples in the meantime.

    • ellieruddock
      September 24, 2019
      Reply

      Hi Deb, thank you for getting in touch! I’m so sorry to hear about your mother in law. It sounds as though music was a solace and comfort to her and to all of you. I will send you an email directly about writing for the blog. All the best, Ellie

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