Medical music therapy : building a comprehensive program / edited by Lori F. Gooding, PhD., MT-BC, University of Kentucky.
- 1 of 2 copies available at Berklee College of Music.
0 current holds with 2 total copies.
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|Stan Getz Library||ML3920 .M42 2014||37684001096094||Library Stacks||Copy hold / Volume hold||Checked out||01/25/2021|
|Library Reserve Desk||ML3920 .M42 2014||37684001089252||Library Reserve Desk||Not holdable||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781884914317
- ISBN: 1884914314
- Physical Description: 284 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Silver Spring, MD : American Music Therapy Association, 
- Copyright: ©2014
Contains an errata.
Material for MTH-431 (Howland).
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Includes bibliographical references.
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An introduction to medical music therapy / Jayne M. Standley -- Understanding neuroscience within the field of medical music therapy / Olivia Swedberg Yinger -- Medical music therapy program development / Jessica Rushing and Virginia Barragan -- Arts in medicine / Dianne Gregory -- Grant writing for music therapy / Darcy DeLoach and Andrea Cevasco-Trotter -- Staff interactions and ethical considerations / Darcy DeLoach and Jennifer Jarred Peyton -- NICU music therapy / Jayne M. Standley -- Pediatric medical music therapy / Jayne M. Standley, Lori F. Gooding and Olivia Swedberg Yinger -- Adult medical/surgical music therapy / Miriam Hillmer -- Music therapy and older adults in the medical setting / Olivia Swedberg Yinger and Andrea Cevasco-Trotter -- Music therapy in the emergency department / Brianna Negrete -- Music therapy for end-of-life care in the hospital / Natalie Wlodarczyk -- Music therapy and the psychosocial care of medical patients / Lori F. Gooding -- Pre-intern clinical fieldwork in a medical setting / Michelle Pellito -- Medical music therapy internships: facilitating effectiveness / Alexandra Fields and Jessica Rushing -- Diversity, culture, and patient- and family-centered care in the medical setting: implications for clinicians and supervisors / Alexandra Fields.
"As the evidence-base for medical music therapy has increased, so has the demand for music therapy services. Today, medical music therapists work in hospitals, cancer centers, and rehabilitation centers across the U.S. providing services to populations that would have been unheard of even a decade ago. This book brings together cutting edge practices from medical music therapy clinicians and educators across the country and provides information on evidence-based clinical applications with a variety of medical populations, program development, student supervision, and psycho-social/culturally driven, patient-family centered care." -- Publisher's description.
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