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Guidelines for Music Therapy Practice in Developmental Health

Author : Michelle Hintz

Guidelines for Music Therapy Practice in Developmental Health
ISBN : 9781937440442
E-ISBN : 9781937440459


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This volume presents the current state of knowledge on the practice of music therapy with individuals of various ages and abilities who have developmental concerns, that is, individuals who need additional support, instruction, or therapy while pursuing developmental growth, learning, and skill acquisition. Included are chapters on early intervention, autism, Rett syndrome, developmental speech and language disorder, attentional deficits, learning disabilities, behavioral problems, hearing loss, visual impairment, mild to moderate intellectual disability, severe to profound developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, and severe and multiple disabilities. Practical guidelines are provided for implementing receptive, improvisational, re-creative, and compositional methods of music therapy with each client group. The guidelines are based on the clinical expertise and experience of the authors, and a comprehensive and critical review of available literature. All chapters in the book follow the same outline, allowing for easier reading and study. Current resources, readings, and forms are presented. (2013, Hardback 472 pages; Entire volume and separate chapters also available in epub and Mobi)


* Each chapter of this volume can be purchased in E-book format by going to the E-Chapters page.

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

Preface – An Evolving Perspective
By Kenneth Bruscia

Chapter 1 – INTRODUCTION
by Michelle R. Hintz

Chapter 2 – EARLY INTERVENTION
by Elizabeth K. Schwartz

Chapter 3 – AUTISM
by Michelle R. Hintz

Chapter 4 – RETT SYNDROME
by Jennifer M. Sokira

Chapter 5 – DEVELOPMENTAL SPEECH AND LANGUAGE DISORDERS
by Kathleen M. Howland

Chapter 6 – ATTENTIONAL DEFICITS IN SCHOOL CHILDREN
by Michelle R. Hintz

Chapter 7 – LEARNING DISABILITIES IN SCHOOL CHILDREN
by Michelle R. Hintz

Chapter 8 – BEHAVIORAL AND INTERPERSONAL PROBLEMS IN SCHOOL CHILDREN
by Patricia McCarrick

Chapter 9 – CHILDREN WITH HEARING LOSS
by Christine Barton

Chapter 10 – VISUALLY IMPAIRED SCHOOL CHILDREN
by Paige A. Robbins Elwafi

Chapter 11 – MILD TO MODERATE INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY
by Douglas R. Keith

Chapter 12 – SEVERE TO PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
by Donna W. Polen

Chapter 13 – PHYSICAL DISABILITIES IN SCHOOL CHILDREN
by Jennifer M. Sokira

Chapter 14 – INDIVIDUALS WITH SEVERE AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES
by Barbara Wheeler