Music therapy : an introduction to the profession / Andrew Knight, Blythe LaGasse, Alicia Clair.
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- ISBN: 9781884914355
- ISBN: 1884914357
- Physical Description: xix, 451 pages : illustrations, charts ; 26 cm
- Publisher: Silver Spring, Maryland : American Music Therapy Association, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Exposition. From the editors : An introduction to music therapy -- Development, part one : An overview of the profession. Education for a career in music therapy ; An historical perspective of music therapy ; Clinical practice in music therapy ; Musicianship in music therapy ; The brain and music ; Current issues and emerging practice areas -- Theme and variation, part two : Exploring music therapy clinical work. Approaches to music therapy ; Early childhood music therapy ; Music therapy for persons with autism spectrum disorder ; Music therapy with individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities ; Music therapy for persons with sensory loss ; Music therapy for neonatal intensive care ; Music therapy in pediatric medicine ; Adult medical music therapy ; Music therapy for rehabilitation ; Music therapy with active and separated military personnel ; Music therapy and childhood mental health ; Music therapy and adult mental health ; Music therapy with older adults ; Music therapy in hospice, palliative care, and bereavement ; Community music therapy -- Coda. From the editors : Final thoughts.
This book is designed to be a resource for music therapy students and experienced music therapists alike. In this text, readers will find information on music therapy approaches and clinical applications for a variety of settings and populations.--adapted from publisher's description.
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