Monthly Archives: April 2020

Learning from Students

I could easily write multiple blogs about the incredible things many of former students have gone on to do with their lives, but here I wanted to write about three who have provided steady entertainment, made me think and possibly even taught me to be a better person. Continue reading

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News Overdosing & Music Therapy: Confessions of a News Junkie In Search of Balance

I have a confession to make. I am something of a news junkie and have been for all of my adult life. It started in my teens. My father gave me 1984 and Animal Farm, by George Orwell and I … Continue reading

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Life in London’s Lockdown

I will continue to cherish the unanticipated ‘benefits’ of lockdown– cleaner air, very short commute times and, most importantly, precious moments with my kids who are on the cusp of adulthood and greater independence. Continue reading

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