Here is your Friday 5! Have a great weekend, and remember to check out past weeks’ resources if you’re new to this 😉
Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy by Carl Rogers. I’ve made it a goal this year to revisit works by some of the great psychotherapists. This is a pretty quick read – can probably be completed in 1-3 sittings.
Just My Imagination – The Temptations
Last night I saw Ain’t Too Proud, a musical about The Temptations that premiered in Berkeley, CA. So many tasty songs! If they end up taking it on the road, I highly recommend it.
Learn a scale this week. Guitar, like music and most instruments in general, is very patterned. The more patterns you recognize and master, the more the instrument will open up to you.
“If you play a tune and a person don’t tap their feet, don’t play the tune.” -Count Basie
In other words, if it isn’t working, stop doing it. My interpretation, at least.
The SmartLav microphone is what we use at UCSF for obtaining heartbeat recordings, per the recommendation of Brian Schreck who pioneered the approach. I will actually be presenting on our uses (see example) as part of our upcoming NICU Lecture at UCSF in January.
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