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A matrix for community music therapy practice / Stuart Wood.

By: Wood, Stuart.
Publisher: Dallas, TX : Barcelona Publishers, 2016Description: xvi, 198 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781937440817.Subject(s): MUSIC THERAPY | COMMUNITY SERVICES | COMMUNITY MUSIC THERAPY (CoMT)
Contents:
List of figures. - Preface. - Introduction. - The music matrix. - Recognizing CoMT. - Matrix of formats. - Matrix of context. - Matrix of evaluation. - Conclusion. - Reference list. - Index. - Index of figures.
Summary: The author provides an approach to community music therapy practice that offers various matrices for music, formats, aims, contexts, evaluation, and theory. Through case studies, original research, and theory vignettes, the text offers an accessible way of integrating music therapy services and professional processes. Practical examples are drawn from neurological rehabilitation in medical and community settings, and from long-term nursing care, to illustrate how music therapy can adapt to meet the needs of participants and their situating context.
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Music Therapy NZ 270.2 WOO (Browse shelf) Available W0012126
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 167-190) and index.

List of figures. - Preface. - Introduction. - The music matrix. - Recognizing CoMT. - Matrix of formats. - Matrix of context. - Matrix of evaluation. - Conclusion. - Reference list. - Index. - Index of figures.

The author provides an approach to community music therapy practice that offers various matrices for music, formats, aims, contexts, evaluation, and theory. Through case studies, original research, and theory vignettes, the text offers an accessible way of integrating music therapy services and professional processes. Practical examples are drawn from neurological rehabilitation in medical and community settings, and from long-term nursing care, to illustrate how music therapy can adapt to meet the needs of participants and their situating context.

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