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by Tony Wigram,Margaret Heal
Wigram, . & Heal, . Eds. (1993). Music Therapy in Health and Education. The recovery approach in mental health care emphasises the importance of the service user leading a fulfilling, meaningful life beyond the limitations of illness or symptomatology.
Wigram, . This approach to care is increasingly included as a central part of mental health policy and service provision in a number of countries including the UK and Ireland, to address the needs of people who have severe and. It is an autonomous, holistic and empowering way of working with individuals as they journey towards healing.
Introduction, Margaret Heal and Tony Wigram. the book has encouraged me to see a role for music therapy within the traditional composition of the multi-disciplinary team in the mental health field. Part I: clinical work. - Psychiatric Bulletin Covering a wide range of clients and their problems, it provides fascinating insight into the diverse ways that music therapy is used to meet the needs of almost any situation.
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Music therapy is a diverse, stimulating and challenging field of work that explores our experience of sound, emotion and behaviour. It is recognised as a unique intervention in which noticeable change and development occur, due to the importance of the therapeutic relationship between client and therapist. As the music therapy profession has grown, the scientific and professional worlds have become increasingly interested in both the nature and process of music therapy, and in clear evidence of its outcomes and effectiveness. It has excited much interest and attention from the medical profession, paramedical professions, and education services, and from people in many other walks of life.
The twenty-two chapters of this international book (by leading professionals) reflect the breadth and scope of music therapy practice in the world today. Divided into two areas - clinical practice and research - sections have been ordered according to the chronological ages of the subjects rather than by the setting of the work, the dominant presenting problem of the client group, or the approach employed. Clinical areas presented include studies on autistic children, Rett Syndrome, schizophrenia, eating disorders, profound disabilities, psychogeriatrics, psychiatry, adolescents in secure care, challenging behaviour, developmental disability and special education. The research section includes a literature review and a selection of applied research, including issues of assessment, methodology, measurement and evaluation.
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