Current trends in health care politics emphasize user involvement and the more positive aspects of health and quality of life. Taking this as a point of departure, this book details a resource-oriented approach to music therapy in mental health care. The author covers a broad, interdisciplinary landscape of theory, including empowerment philosophy, positive psychology, and current musicology. Two case studies are included.
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