44. Creative Resiliency in Your Practice | Kate Shannon
The Creative Psychotherapist
Kate Shannon, LPC, LCAT, MT-BC is the host of the Creative Therapy Umbrella podcast. She offers therapist support services, private practice services and continuing education. She has spent her career supporting children with life-limiting medical diagnoses, mental health needs, and developmental differences through music therapy, play and creative expression. Kate is passionate about incorporating play therapy skills into the music therapy space and helps other therapists learn how to support healthy social and emotional development through these skills. Kate also loves working with adults utilizing inner child work, attachment-based therapy, mindfulness and creativity. Besides creating music, she loves to knit, needle felt, read, play video games and spend time with her family. In this episode, Kate talks about the role of creative resiliency and entrepreneurship. She shares at least 5 tips to build your own creative resiliency practice. My favorite is her practice of scheduling in 30 minutes of "boredom" time into her calendar which help her to slow down and allow the inspiration to flow. She also shares how she is working to offer CE's for music therapists through her podcast, The Creative Therapy Umbrella and the Music Therapy Podcast Collective. Resources: Listeners can grab her FREE guide to Boost Creativity here: https://mailchi.mp/fd5064c4332e/main-newsletter www.creativetherapyumbrella.com Insta: https://www.instagram.com/creativetherapyumbrella/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/creativetherapyumbrella/ Music Therapy Podcast Collective https://mtpodcastcollective.com/ CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE PODCAST EPISODE!
4. Out of the Music Box with Kate Shannon, LPC, LCAT, MT-BC: Music For Kiddos Podcast
Music For Kiddos Podcast
Kate Shannon, LPC, LCAT, MT-BC of Creative Therapy Umbrella is a fellow music therapist, creative arts therapist and a licensed professional counselor. On the fourth episode of the Music For Kiddos Podcast, Kate joins Stephanie to share tangible, child-centered resources that you can immediately implement in your practice. She also talks about her new course on Music For Kiddos called Out of the Music Box. In this episode, you’ll hear about: Kate Shannon, her childhood and how some of her experiences as a child have directly impacted her personal approach & the way she practices as a clinician today. Supporting children’s mental health by letting them lead and explore. Being and what this means in the therapeutic context. Ways to infuse creativity in the work that we do with kids with creative resources and approaches. The new course: Out Of The Music Box. Today’s resource: “Roll-a-story” Printable! This resource will provide children with fun opportunities to create stories with different characters, settings, and challenges during sessions! You can find the PDF of the resource at www.musicforkiddos.com/podcast4 Let's stay connected! Music For Kiddos INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/music_for_kiddos Music For Kiddos FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/musicforkiddos Music For Kiddos WEBSITE: www.musicforkiddos.com
#72- Music Therapy Podcast Collective (MT-PC) with Tricia Caiati and Kate Shannon!
Creative Therapy Umbrella
In this episode, Kate and Tricia talk about what the Music Therapy Podcast Collective is all about. If you are a music therapist interested in earning CMTE credits for listening to the podcast -- this is for you! Our vision is multi-level. We want to provide opportunities for you to get pre-approved CMTE's through listening to podcasts, we want to support our fellow podcasters by making podcasting sustainable, and we want to give back to the greater music therapy community through donations and scholarships. Take a listen to hear more! Check out the music therapy podcast collective (MT-PC) website here. Follow MT-PC on Instagram or Facebook!Looking for more creative content? Sign up for our newsletter and get a free creativity guide!Follow Creative Therapy Umbrella on Instagram or on Facebook!Have feedback? Fill out our anonymous survey to let us know your thoughts, concerns, questions, suggestions, and feedback. For us to serve you better, we need to hear YOUR voice!
87. MT Podcast Collective: Kate Shannon, LCPC, MT-BC and Tricia Caiati, MT-BC
Music Therapy Chronicles
This episode is an audio recording from Kate and Tricia’s LIVE Q&A where they talked all about MT-PC! They answer the who, what, where, when, why, how, and other listener questions about earning CMTE’s through listening to podcasts. Do you want to earn CMTE’s for listening to podcasts? Then you […]
Ep. 56 on Kate Shannon speaks of her baby son's death from medical termination
Shapes Of Grief
Kate and her partner made the heartbreaking decision to terminate their third pregnancy for medical reasons. Legislation in Ireland meant that they had to travel to the UK to give birth to baby Leo. Kate speaks about the process in the hope that sharing her experience will help other parents experiencing similar tragic circumstances. #medicaltermination #fatalfoetalabnomality #perinatalloss #grief #infantdeath
Finding safety, peace and joy through play and creativity with Kate Shannon
The Mindful Mentor
Host Bree Gordon talks with board certified music therapist and licensed professional counselor, Kate Shannon. Kate is the creator of Creative Therapy Umbrella, a podcast and online community for therapists, focused on childhood mental health. Kate and Bree talk about the impact of play, music and creativity on perinatal, postpartum and childhood mental health.
#64- Attachment, Relational Trauma, and Creative Arts Therapies with Kate Shannon, LPC, LCAT, MT-BC
Creative Therapy Umbrella
In this episode, I talk about the basics of attachment theories, attachment research, relational trauma, and the creative arts therapies. We dig into some of the important phrases that you might hear when talking about these topics such as internal working model, serve and return, ghosts and angels in the nursery, relational neurosciences and more. Take a listen to learn and see the show notes to take a deep dive into this topic!Kate Shannon, LPC, LCAT, MT-BC is a licensed counselor and music therapist working within pediatrics and special education. From a humanistic approach, she aims to develop social-emotional skills through music therapy and creative therapy interventions with a focus on a child-centered approach. Utilizing play therapy and music therapy techniques, she believes that creativity is a natural experience for children of all ability levels and her goal is to assist in overall development through purposeful therapeutic experiences. To learn more:Follow CTU on Instagram!Check out the Music For Kiddos Symposium!Learn more about the services I am now offering through my private practice!Check out the Still Face Experiment (trigger warning: this is difficult to watch!) Watch the Strange Situation (also can be difficult to watch!)Mentioned Books: Creative Arts and Play Therapy for Attachment Problems Edited by Cathy A. Malchiodi and David A. CrenshawHealing Child And Family Trauma Through Expressive And Play Therapies By Janet A. CourtneyPosttraumatic Play In Children by Eliana Gil Mentioned Podcast Episodes: Music and Harm by Music Therapy ChroniclesMental health, teens, and a pandemic proof practice by Creative Therapy UmbrellaLooking for more creative content? Sign up for our newsletter and get a free creativity guide!Have feedback? Fill out our anonymous survey to let us know your thoughts, concerns, questions, suggestions, and feedback. For us to serve you better, we need to hear YOUR voice!
#56- Anniversary Episode: News, Updates, and Scope with Kate Shannon, LCAT, MT-BC
Creative Therapy Umbrella
Hi guys, it's me again! This episode is in part to celebrate our one year anniversary over here at CTU! I wanted to let you guys know about a few changes happening over here (we are moving!!!) as well as touch on an important topic that comes up frequently here; scope of practice!Download the "Scope of Practice" PDFReina Lombardi's Podcast: The Creative Psychotherapist Check out The Umbrella Community!Don't miss out on any of the news and get more free downloads in our newsletter!Follow CTU on Instagram!Have feedback? Fill out our anonymous survey to let us know your thoughts, concerns, questions, suggestions, and feedback. For us to serve you better, we need to hear YOUR voice!
Episode 16: Creative Therapies & Collaboration with Kate Shannon, NLC, MS, MT-BC [Creative Therapy Umbrella]
Make More Music
Welcome back to Make More Music, the podcast that connects people to music & one another. Today we chat with Kate Shannon of the Creative Therapy Umbrella podcast. She shares her musical backstory, how she started in music therapy, and the impetus behind her podcast. You don't wanna miss this one! Check out The Creative Therapy Umbrella podcast Creative Therapy Umbrella on instagram Support the show: For free: It helps a ton if you leave a rating and review on your podcast player! Also, text this episode to a friend/family member/coworker/stranger/etc. Donate to directly support the show Get your MMM Merch Follow us on instagram @make.more.music Subscribe here & join the mailing list Email us email@example.com & nominate a guest here More about Kate: Kate is a board-certified music therapist and licensed creative arts therapist working in the Denver, CO area. She is passionate about integrative approaches within therapy, especially the space between play therapy and music therapy. Kate is the host of "Creative Therapy Umbrella: The Podcast" and enjoys to being outside, reading, knitting, playing with her dog and cat, laughing with her husband, and of course, making music. Give more grace. Share more love. Make. More. Music.Support Make More Music
Kate Shannon is an organic farmer and editor in upstate New York, where she lives with her partner and too many animals. Kate has been published in Anti Heroin Chic, High Shelf Press , and the forthcoming issue of The Mithilia Review.TRANSCRIPT:Still PercolatingI am tiny magicksAnd miniature pyrotechnicsYou have to really be looking to see these powersBut I could burn this whole forest down,I wouldn’t, but I could,And isn’t it sweet To know your righteous powerAnd know that it is righteous By the stilling of your hands When they could break everything In the room;Maybe even when they shouldBreak everything In the room. Restraint is honed,And I have been put to the grindstoneQuenched steaming in cold oil,Filed to severe pointsAnd dragged across gritTo make me as sharp as I am right now;Sometimes I still throw sparks. To be honest, I am still learning to live Without being ignited,To not drag myself bloodyAcross those rough stonesAnd to speak without a hand choking At the throat of my blade,To be heavenly despite my purpose; To be spells of warmth,To be a built home:Her crackling hearth, Rain dribbling down the roof,Somewhere there is lightning and thunder And sharper-tongued flames— not here.Support the show (https://thebluenib.com/donation/)