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My name is Natalie Mullis, and I am a board certified music therapist with a private practice in... Full Bio
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Eye Contact! Turn-taking! Sharing! Oh My! by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Boom Boom Boom! “My son never makes eye contact. It’s hard to tell if he is listening to me.” “My daughter needs help with her social skills. Sometimes I do ... Read on »
A Day In The Life: First Year of Private Practice by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum If you’ve been following me for long, you know that I love a good conference. There is something special about getting together with a group of people who are all pass ... Read on »
Music Therapy and Children with Special Needs by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum There are two things in this world that truly get me up in the morning: an outdoor adventure, and getting to express my passion for music therapy to others. F ... Read on »
My Week in Photos by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Have you ever had a grand design for something and just never actually done it? From the time I opened Key Changes Music Therapy Services, I had plans of bringing in m ... Read on »
4 Reasons Why I am a Music Therapist by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum The other day, a friend asked me if I had always known that I wanted to be a music therapist. The initial reaction is always “OF COURSE!” but that’s not 100% true. You c ... Read on »
Finding a Music Therapist Near You by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum How did you find your current physician? Optometrist? Dentist? Speech Therapist? Many of our referrals for those we trust our health to come from word of mouth refer ... Read on »
The State Of Music Therapy in South Carolina- Again by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Last year, I published this post about the state of music therapy in South Carolina. Well, we are at it again! A little over a week ago, you mobilized on e ... Read on »
A Music Making Workshop by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum If you follow me in my various social media outlets ( facebook , twitter , etc) you’ll know that I am giving a workshop on February 23rd about making music with your chi ... Read on »
Should Therapy Happen in the Home or in the Clinic? by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum   You’ve found a music therapist who will be a good fit, now it’s time to get to the details regarding delivery of services. Some music therapists are what we lo ... Read on »
3 Ways to Break Down Walls With Music by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum The door slams shut. The hostile stare. The confusion. The silence. The frustration. We’ve all experienced the wall that can thrown up between two people that care a ... Read on »
Bringing Music Into Your Home: Music Therapy Consultant by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Not everyone has access to a music therapist. Distance can too far to travel for frequent therapy sessions, or financial issues can prohibit access. So what if the music ... Read on »
How Music Therapists Can Help Community Music by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Community Choir. Local Orchestra. Garage Band. Church Choir. These are all possible avenues that music can be made as a part of the community. As musicians, many mus ... Read on »
Drumming Brings Wellness Wherever It Goes by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Imagine a room full of people. They all work together, but other than the few office friendships that stray outside of work, they don’t know each other all that well. No ... Read on »
How to Help Make Music Therapy Available To All by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum It’s likely that you or someone you know has benefited from Music Therapy. You may not have been aware that it was music therapy, or that you and your loved ones could b ... Read on »
A New Years Indulgence by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Words cannot begin to describe 2011. With the opening of each new year, I clear my head and envision my hopes and dreams. Doing that in December of 2010 was difficult. ... Read on »
4 Ways I’ve Combated Holiday Stress in 2011 by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Hanukkah has begun and it is just a few more days until Christmas. As a result, all of my social media feeds are filled with laments of shopping lines, scrambles to wrap ... Read on »
Expanding Your Rhythm Band On A Budget: Holiday Version by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Raise your hand if you are still working on your holiday shopping! Raise. Raise your hand if you didn’t buy ANY holiday gifts before last week! Raise. ... Read on »
Identity Crisis Averted by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Having the opportunity to hear someone you admire speak is awesome. Having that person speak to your very soul is flooring. That’s how I felt when I got to ... Read on »
AMTA 2011 Conference Recap Part Two: Opportunities by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Last week’s American Music Therapy Association’s National Conference Recap focused on the people I had the pleasure of meeting and interacting with. Today’s post is goin ... Read on »
AMTA 2011 Conference Recap Part One: People by KeyChangesMTS Health MavenFacebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Autism & Autism Spectrum Heart touching. Amazing. Phenomenal. Unreal. Stupendous. Energizing. Exhausting. Exciting. Indescribable.   I typically think of myself as someone ... Read on »