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Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2016]
xxiv, 981 stran : ilustrace, noty ; 26 cm

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ISBN 978-0-19-963975-5 (vázáno)
Oxford library of psychology
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Contents // Listof Contributors xxi // Introduction: Conceptualizing Music Therapy: Five Areas // that Frame the Field i // Jane Edwards // SECTION ONE: MUSIC THERAPY CONTEXTS AND POPULATIONS ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN // 1. Music Therapy: An Evidence-based Allied Flealth Service Applicable // through the Life Span 17 // Jane Edwards // 2. Music Therapy in the Medical Care of Infants 24 Helen Shoemark and Trish Dearn // 3. Music Therapy for Hospitalized Children 53 // Jane Edwards and Jeanette Kennelly // 4. Music Therapy for Children and Adolescents Diagnosed with Cancer 66 Philippa Reid // 5. Music Therapy with Adolescents in Medical Settings 89 // John Mondanaro and Joanne Loewy // 6. Music Therapy with Adults Diagnosed with Cancer // and Their Families 112 // Clare O’Callaghan and Lucanne Magill // 7. Music Therapy and Parent-Infant Programmes 135 // Jane Edwards and Vicky Abad // 8. Family Approaches in Music Therapy Practice with Young Children 158 Amelia Oldfield // 9. Music Therapy in the Context of the Special School 176 Tommy Hayes // xvi CONTENTS // 10. Music Therapy for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder 186 // Thomas Bergmann // 11. Music Therapy and Rett Syndrome 210 // Cochavit Elefant // 12. Music Therapy for Children and Adults who are // Deaf or Hard of Hearing 225 // Kate E. Gfeller // 13. Music Therapy in Mental Health Care for Adults 249 // Tri’ona McCaffrey // 14. Adult Trauma Work in Music Therapy 268 // Heidi Ahonen // 15. Music Therapy for Women Who Have
Experienced // Domestic Violence 289 // Sandra L. Curtis // 16. Music Therapy with People Who Have Eating Disorders 299 // Helen Loth // 17. Music Therapy for People with a Diagnosis of Personality // Disorder: Considerations of Thinking and Feeling 313 // Helen Odell-Miller // 18. The World is Alive! Music Therapy with Adults // with Learning Disabilities 335 // Tessa Watson // 19. Music Therapy and Traumatic Brain Injury 362 // Simon Gilbertson // 20. Music Therapy for People Who Have Alzheimer’s Disease 384 Alicia Ann Clair // 21. Music Therapy in Grief and Mourning 405 Clare O’ Callaghan and Natasha Michael // SECTION TWO: APPROACHES AND MODELS OF MUSIC THERAPY // 22. Approaches and Models of Music Therapy Jane Edwards // 417 // CONTENTS XVii // 23. Feminist Perspectives in Music Therapy // 428 // Susan Hadley and Nicole Hahna // 24. Psychodynamic Music Therapy // 448 // Susanne Metzner // 25. The Field of Play: A Focus on Energy and the Ecology of // Being and Playing 472 // Carolyn Kenny // 26. Poised in the Creative Now: Principles of Nordoff-Robbins // Music Therapy 482 // Nina Guerrero, David Marcus, and Alan Turry // 27. Rudolf Steiner and the development of Anthroposophical Music // Therapy: A Historical Overview 494 // Andrea Intveen and John Clark // 28. Aesthetic Music Therapy 515 // Colin Andrew Lee // 29. Culture-Centered Music Therapy 538 // Brynjulf Stige // 30. Resource-Oriented Perspectives in Music Therapy 557 // Randi Rolvsjord // 31. Developmental Music
Therapy 577 // Jane Edwards and Jason Noone // 32. Community Music "Fherapy 595 // Gary Ansdell and Brynjulf Stige // 33. Vocal Psychotherapy: Discovering Yourself through the Voice 622 // Diane Austin // SECTION THREE: MUSIC THERAPY METHODS // 34. Methods and Techniques Jane Edwards // 639 // 35. Songwriting Techniques in Music Therapy Practice Trygve Aasgaard and Stine C. Blichfeldt JEr& // 644 // xviii // CONTENTS // 36. Group Music Therapy Reconsidered: Of Musics, // Contexts, and Discourses 669 // Mercedes Pavlicevic // 37. Receptive Music Therapy 684 // Denise Grocke // SECTION FOUR: MUSIC THERAPY RESEARCH // 38. Music Therapy Research: Context, Methodology, // and Current and Future Developments 709 // Jane Edwards // 39. MusicTherapy Research: An Overview 720 // Barbara L. Wheeler // 40. Charting the Terrain of Grounded Theory Research in Music Therapy: Where We’ve Been and Where We Have the // Potential to Go 748 // Barbara A. Daveson // 41. Phenomenological Research in Music Therapy 767 // Claire M. Ghetti // 42. Randomized Controlled Trials in Music Therapy 801 // Sheri L. Robb and Debra S. Burns // 43. Mixed Methods Research in Music Therapy 815 // Jaakko Erkkilä // 44. Researching Music Therapy in Medical Settings 827 // Cynthia M. Colwell // SECTION FIVE: MUSIC THERAPY TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES // 45. Training, Education, and Professional Issues in Music Therapy 847 // Jane Edwards // 46. Music Therapy Training Requirements 853 // Suzanne B. Hanser // CONTENTS
xix // 47. Developing New Posts in Music Therapy 875 // Alison Ledger // 48. Collaborating: A Role for Music Therapy within // Interprofessional Teams and Beyond 894 // Karen Twyford // 49. Recognition of Music Therapy in Europe 927 Monika Nöcker-Ribaupierre // 50. Self-care in Music IRerapy: The Art of Balancing 936 // Gro Trondalen // Author Index 957 // Subject Index 967

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