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Handbook of Music Therapy

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“This book is a ´must read´ for music therapy students and professionals all over the world. It is innovative - written with a frame of poetic journeys through many thresholds for the music therapy profession and the single music therapist. The book covers relevant shifts of paradigms around the planet including current sociocultural issues. Interviews of three distinguished leaders in music therapy are unfolded and flow through the chapters. A richness of diverse information and relevant reflections on music therapy.” - Inge Nygaard Pedersen PhD; Associate Professor Emerita, Aalborg University, Denmark.

“This is an impressive new edition of an excellent resource for music therapy students, professionals and faculty. This revision includes expanded awareness and focus on issues of equity, diversity and inclusion. The editors are situated in who they are and how their positionality impacts the lenses they bring to this edition. Framed as a series of ‘thresholds’ this book takes us from rites of passage in training, to social, political, and historical thresholds to mythological and metaphorical thresholds. I applaud all of the work that has gone into this new edition. This will be a spectacular resource for the music therapy community for many years to come.” - Professor Michele Forinash PhD: Director, PhD Programme in Expressive Therapies, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA, US.

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Detaljer

Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
412
ISBN
9781138846159
Utgave
2. utg.
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 16 cm

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«

“This book is a ´must read´ for music therapy students and professionals all over the world. It is innovative - written with a frame of poetic journeys through many thresholds for the music therapy profession and the single music therapist. The book covers relevant shifts of paradigms around the planet including current sociocultural issues. Interviews of three distinguished leaders in music therapy are unfolded and flow through the chapters. A richness of diverse information and relevant reflections on music therapy.” - Inge Nygaard Pedersen PhD; Associate Professor Emerita, Aalborg University, Denmark.

“This is an impressive new edition of an excellent resource for music therapy students, professionals and faculty. This revision includes expanded awareness and focus on issues of equity, diversity and inclusion. The editors are situated in who they are and how their positionality impacts the lenses they bring to this edition. Framed as a series of ‘thresholds’ this book takes us from rites of passage in training, to social, political, and historical thresholds to mythological and metaphorical thresholds. I applaud all of the work that has gone into this new edition. This will be a spectacular resource for the music therapy community for many years to come.” - Professor Michele Forinash PhD: Director, PhD Programme in Expressive Therapies, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA, US.

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