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Music Therapy [electronic resource] : an Introduction.

By: Peters, Jacqueline Schmidt.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Springfield : Charles C Thomas Publisher, LTD, 2000Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (489 p.).ISBN: 9780398083236 (electronic bk.); 0398083231 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Music therapy | Medicine | Fine Arts | MEDICAL -- Allied Health Services -- Occupational TherapyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Music Therapy : An IntroductionDDC classification: 615.8/5154 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
HALF TITLE: MUSIC THERAPY; TITLE PAGE: MUSIC THERAPY; PREFACE; CONTENTS; PART I: MUSIC THERAPY AND THE MUSIC THERAPIST; Chapter One: A DEFINITION OF MUSIC THERAPY; Chapter Two: THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF THE MUSIC THERAPIST; PART II: MUSIC THERAPY THROUGH THE AGES; Chapter Three: A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF THE USE OF MUSIC TO PROMOTE HEALTH; Chapter Four: THE DEVELOPMENT OF MUSIC THERAPY AS AN ORGANIZED PROFESSION; PART III: CURRENT CLINICAL PRACTICES IN MUSIC THERAPY; Chapter Five: GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE THERAPEUTIC USE OF MUSIC, PART I THEORETICAL PRINCIPLES.
Chapter Six: GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE THERAPEUTIC USE OF MUSIC, PART II: PRACTICAL PLANNINGChapter Seven: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE MENTAL RETARDATION; Chapter Eight: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE LEARNING DISABILITIES; Chapter Nine: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE HEARING IMPAIRMENTS; Chapter Ten: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS; Chapter Eleven: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE ORTHOPEDIC IMPAIRMENTS; Chapter Twelve: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE COMMUNICATION DISORDERS OR IMPAIRMENTS.
Chapter Thirteen: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE AUTISMChapter Fourteen: MUSIC THERAPY FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT WHO HAVE MENTAL OR BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS OR SEVERE EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCES; Chapter Fifteen: MUSIC THERAPY FOR ADULTS WHO HAVEMENTAL OR BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS; Chapter Sixteen: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE SEVERE, MULTIPLE DISABILITIES; Chapter Seventeen: MUSIC THERAPY IN MEDICAL TREATMENT SETTINGS; Chapter Eighteen: MUSIC THERAPY IN PHYSICAL REHABILITATION PROGRAMS; Chapter Nineteen: MUSIC THERAPY WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE ELDERLY.
Chapter Twenty: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE TERMINALLY ILLChapter Twenty-one: MUSIC THERAPY TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IN THE GENERAL POPULATION; Chapter Twenty-two: OVERVIEW OF SELECTED "SCHOOLS" OF MUSIC THERAPY; Chapter Twenty-three: CLINICIANS AND RESEARCH; REFERENCES; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX.
Summary: This second edition of Music Therapy expands the information in the previous edition by updating the reviews of the medical literature and discussing recent developments in this growing field. This book provides an overview of basic information regarding the practice of music therapy-including historical development, principles and procedures, and areas of clinical practice. It also encompasses specific arenas where music therapy is successfully applied, such as for persons who have mental retardation, learning disabilities, hearing and/or visual impairments, autism, mental or behavioral disor.
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HALF TITLE: MUSIC THERAPY; TITLE PAGE: MUSIC THERAPY; PREFACE; CONTENTS; PART I: MUSIC THERAPY AND THE MUSIC THERAPIST; Chapter One: A DEFINITION OF MUSIC THERAPY; Chapter Two: THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF THE MUSIC THERAPIST; PART II: MUSIC THERAPY THROUGH THE AGES; Chapter Three: A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF THE USE OF MUSIC TO PROMOTE HEALTH; Chapter Four: THE DEVELOPMENT OF MUSIC THERAPY AS AN ORGANIZED PROFESSION; PART III: CURRENT CLINICAL PRACTICES IN MUSIC THERAPY; Chapter Five: GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE THERAPEUTIC USE OF MUSIC, PART I THEORETICAL PRINCIPLES.

Chapter Six: GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE THERAPEUTIC USE OF MUSIC, PART II: PRACTICAL PLANNINGChapter Seven: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE MENTAL RETARDATION; Chapter Eight: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE LEARNING DISABILITIES; Chapter Nine: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE HEARING IMPAIRMENTS; Chapter Ten: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS; Chapter Eleven: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE ORTHOPEDIC IMPAIRMENTS; Chapter Twelve: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE COMMUNICATION DISORDERS OR IMPAIRMENTS.

Chapter Thirteen: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE AUTISMChapter Fourteen: MUSIC THERAPY FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT WHO HAVE MENTAL OR BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS OR SEVERE EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCES; Chapter Fifteen: MUSIC THERAPY FOR ADULTS WHO HAVEMENTAL OR BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS; Chapter Sixteen: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE SEVERE, MULTIPLE DISABILITIES; Chapter Seventeen: MUSIC THERAPY IN MEDICAL TREATMENT SETTINGS; Chapter Eighteen: MUSIC THERAPY IN PHYSICAL REHABILITATION PROGRAMS; Chapter Nineteen: MUSIC THERAPY WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE ELDERLY.

Chapter Twenty: MUSIC THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE TERMINALLY ILLChapter Twenty-one: MUSIC THERAPY TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IN THE GENERAL POPULATION; Chapter Twenty-two: OVERVIEW OF SELECTED "SCHOOLS" OF MUSIC THERAPY; Chapter Twenty-three: CLINICIANS AND RESEARCH; REFERENCES; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX.

This second edition of Music Therapy expands the information in the previous edition by updating the reviews of the medical literature and discussing recent developments in this growing field. This book provides an overview of basic information regarding the practice of music therapy-including historical development, principles and procedures, and areas of clinical practice. It also encompasses specific arenas where music therapy is successfully applied, such as for persons who have mental retardation, learning disabilities, hearing and/or visual impairments, autism, mental or behavioral disor.

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