Inside Music Therapy : Client Experiences Paperback
Edited by Julie Hibben
Thirty-three fascinating narratives told from inside the music therapy room, some written by clients, some by parents, and some by therapists and researchers-all aimed at giving the client's personal perspective on what transpired there.
In contrast to professional case studies which describe what therapists did and what they were thinking, these narratives reveal how music therapy is perceived and evaluated by clients.
Basic but essential questions are posed: How do they feel about working in music?
What meaning do they give to their experiences? How does music therapy affect their lives? Intended for a general audience, every reader, regardless of background, will learn much about how various approaches to music therapy actually work, and how clients respond to them.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 336 pages
- Publisher: Barcelona Publishers
- Publication Date: 30/07/1999
- Category: Creative therapy (eg art, music, drama)
- ISBN: 9781891278082