CSUN Music Therapist, Judy Langdon is our special guest and leads the music! Our Teens for Social Inclusion (#T4SI) read the book, “Giraffes Can’t Dance” by Giles Andreae & Guy Parker-Rees.
Bring your pots, pans, plastic bowls, wooden spoons, or any rhythm instrument. If noise is too overwhelming, you may choose to make easy dance ribbons to use. Join us for a story, jam to music and dance like anything!
Here a link to make them: https://earlylearningideas.com/easy-craft-dancing-ribbons/
Judy Langdon is a graduate from the Music Therapy Program at California State University Northridge. Judy completed her clinical internship at Professional Child Development Associates in Pasadena, California, where she also received training inDIR®/Floortime™, a relationship-based therapy model. During her internship, Judy supported children, teens, and young adult clients with various disabilities to meet individual needs and promote social-emotional development. Judy has utilized her music therapy expertise and techniques to facilitate sessions at teen rehab.