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wamadawipu.cf: Adolescents, Music and Music Therapy: Methods and Techniques for Clinicians, Educators and Students (): Katrina McFerran. Adolescents, Music and Music Therapy: Methods and Techniques for Clinicians, Educators and Students by McFerran, K. (). London, UK.
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Add to Cart Add to Cart. A groundbreaking book offering helpful guidance to all music therapists working with adolescent clients. There are more copies of this book View all search results for this book. Not in United States? Be the first to write a review.
To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. Helpful and accessible, the book explains the methodology used in music therapy, a topic that has been considered only briefly until now. The author presents an empowering approach to practice, discussing how the therapist can be placed in a collaborative relationship with the individual or with the group. A range of strategies is explored, including song sharing, improvisation, song writing and various multi-media approaches.
Some of the key challenges faced by music therapists working with adolescent clients are addressed, including the constantly changing repertoire and evolving musical tastes, and the author offers practical solutions for overcoming these. Contemporary models of Community Music Therapy are outlined in the second half of the book, and case vignettes illustrate how each of the methods can be applied in practice, and the outcomes that may be expected. The first of its kind, this comprehensive book is a must for all music therapists working with adolescent clients.
This book not only updates music therapy literature, which had lacked such a text that focused solely on adolescents, but has added a wealth of information. McFerran's writing is genuine, inspiring, and certainly reflects her passion and understanding of work with young people. This book will be helpful to music therapists working with adolescents in any setting and should generate further interest in this area. There is very little research that specifically addresses the value and effectiveness of music therapy for adolescents.