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Author Wheeler, Barbara L.
Title Clinical training guide for the student music therapist / Barbara L. Wheeler, Carol L. Shultis, Donna W. Polen.
Imprint Gilsum, NH : Barcelona Pub., [2005]
©2005

Author Wheeler, Barbara L.
Subject Music therapists -- Training of.
Music therapy -- Study and teaching.
Music Therapy -- methods.
Alt Name Shultis, Carol L.
Polen, Donna W.
Description 1 online resource (vii, 213 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents How to use this book -- Doing music therapy : an exploration -- Increasing levels of involvement -- The process of planning for music therapy -- Client assessment -- Goals and objectives -- Planning music therapy strategies -- Organizing the session -- Improvising experiences -- Performing or re-creating experiences -- Composing experiences -- Listening experiences -- Further considerations in planning -- Facilitating client responses -- The role of music -- Working with groups -- Working with individuals -- Documentation strategies -- Self-assessment for the music therapist.
Summary A handbook for students in practicum and internship training at all levels, offering professional and personal guidelines.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781891278617 (electronic bk.)
1891278614 (electronic bk.)
1283366924
9781283366922
1891278274
9781891278273
OCLC # 794004987
Additional Format Print version: Wheeler, Barbara L. Clinical training guide for the student music therapist. Gilsum, NH : Barcelona Pub., ©2005 1891278274 (OCoLC)62186576


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