Community Music Therapy

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Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004 - 320 oldal

Music therapists from around the world working in conventional and unconventional settings have offered their contributions to this exciting new book, presenting spirited discussion and practical examples of the ways music therapy can reflect and encourage social change. From working with traumatized refugees in Berlin, care-workers and HIV/AIDS orphans in South Africa, to adults with neurological disabilities in south-east England and children in paediatric hospitals in Norway, the contributors present their global perspectives on finding new ways forward in music therapy.

Reflecting on traditional approaches in addition to these newer practices, the writers offer fresh perceptions on their identity and role as music therapists, their assumptions and attitudes about how music, people and context interact, the sites and boundaries to their work, and the new possibilities for music therapy in the 21st century. As the first book on the emerging area of Community Music Therapy, this book should be an essential and exciting read for music therapists, specialists and community musicians.

 

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Learning from Thembalethu Towards Responsive and Responsible Practice in Community Music Therapy
35
From Therapy to Community Making Music in Neurological Rehabilitation
48
Rethinking Music and Community Theoretical Perspectives in Support of Community Music Therapy
65
Community Music Therapy Culture Care and Welfare
91
What can the Social Psychology of Music offer Community Music Therapy?
114
Whatever Next? Community Music Therapy for the Institution
131
A Pied Piper among White Coats and Infusion Pumps Community Music Therapy in a Paediatric Hospital Setting
147
A Dream Wedding From Community Music to Music Therapy with a Community
167
Promoting Integration and Sociocultural Change Community Music Therapy with Traumatised Refugees in Berlin
233
Community Music Therapy and the Challenge of Multiculturalism
249
Music Space and Health The Story of MusicSpace
269
Narratives in a New Key Transformational Contexts in Music Therapy
281
Afterword
298
Concluding Remark
304
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
305
SUBJECT INDEX
309

Conversations on Creating Community Performance as Music Therapy in New York City
186
Playing Politics Community Music Therapy and the Therapeutic Redistribution of Musical Capital for Mental Health
214

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A szerzőről (2004)

Mercédès Pavlicevic is Director of Research at Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy, and Director of the PhD programme. She is also Visiting Professor at the University of Pretoria, and research consultant for the Music Therapy Community Clinic in Cape Town.

Gary Ansdell is Director of Education at Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy, and Co-Director of the MA in Music Therapy (Community Music Therapy / Nordoff-Robbins) Programme. He is also Honorary Research Fellow in Community Music Therapy at the University of Sheffield, and continues to work as a music therapist in the area of adult psychiatry.

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