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  1. Music and People with Developmental Disabilities

    Music and People with Developmental Disabilities

    Music Therapy, Remedial Music Making and Musical Activities

    F W Schalkwijk

    The author describes how music therapists work at child day care centres, adult day care centres and in other institutions. The first chapters cover the history and theory of working with music with people with developmental disabilities. The main body of the book covers discussion of the various methods, including individual and group work. Learn More
    1994, 160pp
  2. Grief and Powerlessness

    Grief and Powerlessness

    Helping People Regain Control of their Lives

    Ruth Bright

    In this practical book on why and how people grieve, the author addresses the experience of bereavement and loss in a wide range of contexts, including: death and dying; ageing; disability; illness and AIDS; and cultural loss. It presents ideas for practical solutions and discusses strategies to help clients regain control of their lives. Learn More
    1996, 160pp
  3. Music Therapy Research and Practice in Medicine

    Music Therapy Research and Practice in Medicine

    From Out of the Silence

    David Aldridge

    In this interdisciplinary and wide-ranging volume, David Aldridge explores the power of music as a healing treatment for a broad spectrum of physical and mental conditions. Interweaving theory and practice, Aldridge demonstrates the many ways in which a culture of research may be developed in a practice setting to the benefit of all. Learn More
    1996, 336pp
  4. Music Therapy in Context

    Music Therapy in Context

    Music, Meaning and Relationship

    Mercédès Pavlicevic

    By drawing extensively from current literature on music and developmental psychology, music therapy, psychotherapy and music theory, this book encourages music therapists not to compromise the musical process at the heart of their practice, but to use these with authority - the authority that this book seeks to provide. Learn More
    1997, 224pp
  5. Therapeutic Voicework

    Therapeutic Voicework

    Principles and Practice for the Use of Singing as a Therapy

    Paul Newham

    Based on Paul Newham's experience as a voice and movement therapist and on his work running the only professional training course in the psychotherapeutic use of singing currently accredited by the RSA, this book explores both the theory and practice behind the use of voice and singing in expressive arts therapy. Learn More
    1997, 592pp
  6. Music Therapy in Palliative Care

    Music Therapy in Palliative Care

    New Voices

    Edited by David Aldridge

    In the last decade music therapists have developed their work with people who have life-threatening illnesses and with those who are dying. This book presents some of that work from therapists working in different countries with different approaches, showing how valuable the inclusion of music therapy in palliative care has already proved to be. Learn More
    1998, 176pp
  7. Using Voice and Movement in Therapy

    Using Voice and Movement in Therapy

    The Practical Application of Voice Movement Therapy

    Paul Newham

    Using Voice and Movement in Therapy is a practical and imaginative guide to the way in which physical movement and the expressive use of the voice can facilitate therapy. Paul Newham examines how massage, manipulation and dance, combined with vocal expression, can alleviate certain emotional, psychosomatic and psychological symptoms. Learn More
    1999, 200pp
  8. Using Voice and Song in Therapy

    Using Voice and Song in Therapy

    The Practical Application of Voice Movement Therapy

    Paul Newham

    Using Voice and Song in Therapy is a practical and imaginative guide to the way in which singing and the expressive use of the voice can facilitate therapy. Paul Newham examines how melody creation combined with story-telling in song, can alleviate certain emotional, psychosomatic and psychological symptoms. Learn More
    1999, 176pp
  9. Music Therapy: Intimate Notes

    Music Therapy: Intimate Notes

    Mercédès Pavlicevic

    The stories and reflections in this book describe powerful encounters between nine music therapists and clients. The stories reveal the passion and integrity of nine music therapists who undergo profound changes as a result of their work. The book provides a lively and informal theoretical foundation, connecting music to our intimate lives. Learn More
    1999, 160pp
  10. Using Voice and Theatre in Therapy

    Using Voice and Theatre in Therapy

    The Practical Application of Voice Movement Therapy

    Paul Newham

    Using Voice and Theatre in Therapy is a guide to how dramatic improvisation can be used in a therapeutic context to promote self-expression. Paul Newham demonstrates how voice, text and speech bring out aspects of character, personality, emotion and diversity of self-image which facilitate self-understanding. Learn More
    1999, 176pp

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