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Second edition of a classic in the field, this book offers practical guidelines for how to use songs..
Music Therapy in the Treatment of Adults with Mental Disorders: Theoretical Bases and Clinical Interventions
This book provides the foundation for clinical practice in psychiatry, while also offering models an..
A greatly expanded, updated, and detailed description of objectivist and interpretivist research in ..
The first book in the field to provide a comprehensive examination of the many levels and facets of ..
Writing from over 35 years of experience as a music therapy clinician and educator, the author has p..
In this book, Even Ruud argues for the value of humanities as a basis for the theory and practice of..
Music Therapy in Death and Grief consists of ten chapters. Seven chapters provide description and an..
This is the first of its kind, and a book that will be welcomed by professionals and students alike...
An evocative series of essays designed to expand existing concepts of music therapy theory, practice..
Professor Shiloah of Hebrew University describes this unique model of music therapy as a "synthesis ..
A comprehensive guide to music therapy with young children, providing a detailed examination of deve..
Music-Centered Music Therapy is an ambitious and long-awaited text that sets out the basic practices..
Long overdue is a revision of William Sears Processes in Music Therapy, Chapter Two of E. Thayer Gas..
Based on the author’s manuals for training GIM practitioners, this book offers detailed strategies f..
PLEASE NOTE BEFORE PURCHASE: When the print version of this book purchased on the Barcelona website,..
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