The New Music Therapist's Handbook / Edition 2by Suzanne B. Hanser
Pub. Date: 03/01/2000
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
(Berklee Guide). This completely updated and revised edition reflects the latest developments in the field of music therapy. Includes an introduction to the profession, guidelines for setting up a practice, new clinical applications, and helpful case studies a must for students and professionals alike. See more details below
(Berklee Guide). This completely updated and revised edition reflects the latest developments in the field of music therapy. Includes an introduction to the profession, guidelines for setting up a practice, new clinical applications, and helpful case studies a must for students and professionals alike.
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This book is a milestone in the realm of music therapy. The first edition was widely successfull and well-respected, but this version was updated and revised to reflect the lastest developments in the field of music therapy. Dr. Hanser provides valuable information for both students and professionals alike. Included topics in the book are an introduction to the field of music therapy, new clinical applications and techniques in music therapy for children, adolescents, adults, and individuals with specific handicaps, helpful case studies and anecdotes, and how to design, implement, and evaluate individualized treatment programs, including guidlines for beginning music therapists. John S. McIntyre, MD, Chair of the Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health and Former President of the American Psychiatric Association, calls this book 'A must for all music therapists and anyone interested in this exciting and effective modality of care. Extremely well-written, reflecting Dr. Hanser's rich and extensive clinical experience. Students as well as seasoned clinicians will find this work to be extremely valuable.' Indeed, this book drew rave reviews from everyone in the therapy and health fields. It is bound to make a difference in your approach and opinion of music therapy, and assist you to make a difference in people's lives.