Paperback: £24.99 / $39.95
2012, 246mm x 173mm / 10in x 7in, 304pp
ISBN: 978-1-84905-241-2, BIC 2: MQTC JNSG
This comprehensive book includes an overview of recent developments in ASD and effective music therapy interventions based on ASD-specific approaches, instructional strategies and techniques for use in children's natural environments.
Therapists wishing to conduct family-centered practice and to support parents integrate music into home routines will find a wealth of information, together with insights from music therapists who are parents of children with ASD. The book also looks at collaboration and consultation with interdisciplinary team members, including early childhood educators, speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists. Case scenarios, examples, checklists, charts, tip sheets, music scores, and online resources make this book accessible for everyone.
Throughout the book's sixteen chapters, renowned experts share knowledge and practical applications that will give music therapists, students, professionals, educators, families and anyone interested in working with young children with ASD, a detailed understanding of the implementation and range of music therapy practices that can benefit these children and their families.
13 November 2012
St. Charles, Illinois situated just outside of Chicago (the USA’s famous Windy City) was the location of the American Music Therapy Association’s (AMTA) annual conference (October 11-14, 2012). JKP was happy to attend and catch-up with old friends, our authors and new attendees! Our booth was busy throughout the conference with attendees stopping by to...
24 August 2012
Earlier this year, the Music Therapy Research Blog interviewed Petra Kern on her work concerning early childhood music therapy with children on the autism spectrum. They published their interview as a podcast, which you can listen to here: Music Therapy Research Blog interviews Dr. Petra Kern Petra Kern is co-author with Marcia Humpal of the forthcoming...
Music Therapy in Schools: Working with Children of All Ages in Mainstream and Special Education
Edited by Jo Tomlinson, Philippa Derrington and Amelia Oldfield