Julie Murray

Active Music Making for Busy Bodies, Strong Brains and Positive Self Talk

Growing up in a neurodiverse household and now the mother of two wonderfully unique children of her own, Julie knows first-hand how powerful early years experiences for children are, as well as the gravity and necessity for families to access and implement life changing information, tools, and strategies.

Join Julie for an immersive music making chat and play. Consider this your how-to guide to understanding why every ADHDer needs quality music education. Explore some of the many positive effects music has on the ADHDers we love, featuring useful games that all grown-ups can play with the kiddos - hello brain breaks!

Actively making music is an executive function increasing powerhouse, and Julie will dive in and demonstrate how to take something quite simple and level it up to challenge our children, while building resilience and self esteem, flexing social skills, moving our bodies and having so much fun that they won't even know they're learning.

She also knows that music makes lives richer, brains kinder and hearts fuller, but did you know that the ADHD neurotype specifically loves and thrives even more when listening to specific music? Intrigued - it's a total game changer!

The significance of utilising this very important and exceptionally fun therapeutic tool can be easily incorporated into homes and classrooms. Julie is going to teach us all about the neuroscience behind this, backed up with lots of handy tools we can use with ADHDers to help them with executive functioning, transitions, memory, motivation and mood stability.

"We love the movers, we love the shakers, we love the full-bodied learners." says Julie.

Well, we definitely know she is at the right conference!

Flying Solo

You may walk in alone - but you will absolutely leave feeling understood, inspired and more connected to your community, your child (and possibly yourself) than ever before. We got you!

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Body Doubling Buddies

Having an accountability buddy ensures you are more likely to stay focused. We know how difficult this can be for ADHDers, so find your body double buddy and away you go!

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Better Together
(Table of 10)

The research is clear. Kids who are in families and whole school communities/organisations that are committed to shared approaches to understanding ADHDers, improve the trajectory of their life!

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Chaos to Calm Consultancy would like to acknowledge the Wadawarrung people of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge the elders past, present and emerging -particularly the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents who walked before us supporting and connecting their children to the earth, water and community. Always was. Always will be.

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