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Music Therapy Services, Jessica Daisi Grooms, MT-BC
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Providing Music Therapy Services and Intervention to children in Charleston, SC and surrounding areas. Specializing in areas of need including but not limited to: special needs/child developmental disorders, Autism/ASD, Down Syndrome, OCD, ADD, GAD, child psych disorders, general child psych needs, and others
Providing Music Therapy Services and Intervention to children in Charleston, SC and surrounding areas. Specializing in areas of need including but not limited to: special needs/child developmental disorders, Autism/ASD, Down Syndrome, OCD, ADD, GAD, child psych disorders, general child psych needs, and others

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Hello There! For more information on Music Therapy and my private practice, please visit my website at http://www.jgmusictherapy.weebly.com  
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See below for info on the upcoming 2015 CCC Run/Walk! A great opportunity to gather a group of your favorite people and help out Lowcountry kids! A great time and great cause all in one! 
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See below for creating Summer Sensory Spaces!
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Hello There! For more information on Music Therapy and my private practice, please visit my website at http://www.jgmusictherapy.weebly.com  
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Hello and Happy Tuesday!
I wanted to introduce you all to a couple of children's books!
MY MOM THINKS I'M A QUACK BECAUSE I QUACK! has a good message on individuality, and IT WAS A WILD RIDE, EVEN FOR CLYDE! is a great reminder of how important it is to listen to Mom! Both of these books are by local author, Brent Paape. I'm happy to have these as part of my collection of awesome resources! Visit blog link below for more info. Enjoy!
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"From the perspective of neuroscience, listening to music is one of the most complex things you can do. Many parts of your brain have to work together to comprehend even the simplest tune. So what is music really doing to our minds?" 
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Here's a great link for 400+ books related to Autism
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