Written by William B Davis, Kate E Gfeller, Michael H Thaut, an Introduction to Music Therapy Theory and Practice, third edition, provides a comprehensive overview of the practice of music therapy for the 21st century It looks at where we have been, where we are today, and where we might be in the future Combining sound pedagogy with recent research findings, this new edition has been updated and expanded to reflect changes in music therapy practice over the past nine years Part I includes definitions of music therapy, indicates typical clinical settings, traces historical developments within the profession, and describes how humans respond to musical stimuli Part II is devoted to specific clinical populations most frequently served by music therapists, and therapeutic approaches suitable for different clientele Part III, professional issues in music therapy, gives the reader information about the music therapy treatment process, professional ethics, and research methodology commonly employed by music therapists Although written primarily as an introduction to the field, it is also appropriate for use by music therapy clinicians and practitioners in other helping professions who wish to learn about how music is used with persons who have illnesses or disabilities This book was written especially for dedicated students and professionals who believe they can make a difference in the lives of these people who have special needs....
|Title||:||An Introduction to Music Therapy: Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition|
|Publisher||:||The American Music Therapy Association 3rd edition August 31, 2008|
|Number of Pages||:||573 pages|
|File Size||:||670 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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An Introduction to Music Therapy: Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition Reviews
Awesome! And got here even before the estimated time. Very lightly used. Really pleased.
So much information. Some of the statistics have changed, but a great book for any music course. More than the title entails.
Book came as described and is very informative.
this book is awesome. i have been reading it a lot. good ideas for what music is appropiate for what.
a useful book, although more for a student than an interested layman. would have been more interested in the early years of Gaston with Menninger.
Excellent experience !!
Helpful but the last chapter is full of it. Descriptive in identifying with your client. Not a bad book. Get it.