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Comprehensive Guide to Music Therapy, 2nd Edition
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1 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THERAPY
1.1 Music Therapy - A Historical Perspective
Lars Ole Bonde
1.2 Definitions of Music Therapy
Lars Ole Bonde
1.2.1 Music Therapy and Music Education
1.3 A Therapeutic Understanding of Music
Lars Ole Bonde
2 THEORETICAL FOUNDATION OF MUSIC THERAPY
2.1 Music in Body and Brain
Erik Christensen
2.2 Therapy Theories
Lars Ole Bonde
2.2.1 Cognitive-Behavioural Approaches
2.2.2 Psychotherapeutic and Psychoanalytic Approaches
2.2.3 The Influence of Therapy Theories on Music Therapy - An Overview
[AQ]2.3.1 Analytical and Psychodynamic Theories
Inge Nygaard Pedersen
2.3.2 Mentalisation-Based Treatment
Niels Hannibal
2.3.3 Daniel Stern's Theories on the Interpersonal World of the Infant, Change in Psychotherapy and the Dynamics of Vitality
Niels Hannibal
2.3.4 Communicative Musicality - A Basis for Music Therapy Practice
Ulla Holck
2.3.5 Play and Music Therapy
Karette Stensaeth
2.4 Transpersonal and Integral Psychology
2.4.1 Intersubjectivity and 'Surrender'
Katarina Martenson Blom
2.4.2 Wilber's Integral Psychology
Lars Ole Bonde
2.5 Music as Analogy and Metaphor
Lars Ole Bonde
2.5.1 Music as Analogy
2.5.2 Music as Metaphor
2.5.3 The Psychological Functions of Music - A Taxonomy and Metaphorical Listening to Four Selections of Baroque Music
3 SELECTED MUSIC THERAPY MODELS AND INTERVENTIONS
3.1 Perspectives on Internationally Well-Known Music Therapy Models - An Introduction
Lars Ole Bonde and Gro Trondalen
3.2 The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM)
Lars Ole Bonde
3.3 Analytically Oriented Music Therapy (AOM)
Inge Nygaard Pedersen
3.4 Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy
Lars Ole Bonde and Gro Trondalen
3.5 Benenzon Music Therapy
Lars Ole Bonde and Gro Trondalen
3.6 Cognitive-Behavioural Music Therapy
Lars Ole Bonde, Gro Trondalen and Tony Wigram
3.7 Community Music Therapy
Gro Trondalen and Lars Ole Bonde
3.8 Free Improvisation Therapy - The Alvin Model
Tony Wigram
3.9 Methods in Music Therapy
Stine Lindahl Jacobsen and Lars Ole Bonde
3.9.1 Improvisation-Based Methods
3.9.2 Songwriting
3.9.3 Therapeutic Voice Work
3.9.4 Receptive Methods
3.10 Physiological Reactions to Music
Tony Wigram and Lars Ole Bonde
3.11 Music Medicine and Music Therapy
Lars Ole Bonde
3.12 Music and Healing
Lars Ole Bonde
3.13 Health Musicking - Music and Health: A Final Discussion
Lars Ole Bonde
4 MUSIC THERAPY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
4.1 Referral Criteria and Clinical Practice in Music Therapy - An Introduction
Tony Wigram, Anne Mette Rasmussen and Stine Lindahl Jacobsen
4.2 Music Therapy for Psychiatric Clients
4.2.1 Music Therapy for Adults in Hospital Psychiatry
Inge Nygaard Pedersen, Niels Hannibal and Lars Ole Bonde
4.2.2 Music Therapy in Social Psychiatry
Niels Hannibal, Inge Nygaard Pedersen and Trine Hestbaek
4.3 Music Therapy for People with Developmental Disabilities
4.3.1 Music Therapy for Children with Developmental Disabilities
Ulla Holck
4.3.2 Music Therapy for Adolescents and Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Ulla Holck
4.4 Music Therapy for People with Acquired Neurological Conditions
4.4.1 Healthy and Active Ageing: Music as Prevention
Hanne Mette Ridder
4.4.2 Music Therapy for Adults with Acquired Brain Injury
Soren Vester Hald and Hanne Mette Ridder
4.4.3 Music Therapy for People with Dementia
Hanne Mette Ridder
4.5 Music Therapy for People with Somatic Diseases
4.5.1 Music Therapy in Paediatrics
Ilan Sanfi and Lars Ole Bonde

4.5.2 Music Therapy for Adults with Somatic Diseases
Karin Schou and Lars Ole Bonde
4.5.3 Music Therapy in Palliative Care
Lars Ole Bonde
4.6 Music Therapy for People with Psychosocial Problems
4.6.1 Music Therapy for Refugees
Bolette Daniels Beck
4.6.2 Music Therapy in Family Therapy
Stine Lindahl Jacobsen
4.6.3 Music Therapy for People with Stress
Bolette Daniels Beck
4.6.4 Music Therapy with Children and Adolescents at Risk
Stine Lindahl Jacobsen
4.7 Music Therapy and Personal Growth
Inge Nygaard Pedersen and Lars Ole Bonde
5 MUSIC THERAPY RESEARCH AND EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE
5.1 Music Therapy Research: An Overview
Hanne Mette Ridder and Lars Ole Bonde
5.2 Assessment and Clinical Evaluation in Music Therapy
Stine Lindahl Jacobsen, Tony Wigram and Anne Mette Rasmussen
5.2.1 Case: Joel
5.3 The Aalborg University PhD Programme
Hanne Mette Ridder and Lars Ole Bonde
5.4 Evidence-Based Practice in Music Therapy
Hanne Mette Ridder and Lars Ole Bonde
6 MUSIC THERAPY TRAINING - A EUROPEAN BA and MA MODEL
6.1 An Introduction
Lars Ole Bonde, Stine Lindahl Jacobsen, Inge Nygaard Pedersen and Tony Wigram
6.2 Musical Training
6.3 Experiential and Resonant Learning Processes, Music Therapy Self-Experience
6.4 Clinical Training, Internships and Supervision
REFERENCES

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The complete resource for music therapists, covering the theoretical foundation, models of intervention, how it can be used in clinical practice, and training

About the Author

Stine Lindahl Jacobsen is Associate Professor of Music Therapy at Aalborg University.

Inge Nygaard Pedersen is Associate Professor at Aalborg University and head of the Music Therapy Clinic at Aalborg University Hospital, Psychiatry.

Lars Ole Bonde is Emeritus Professor at Aalborg University and at the Center for Research in Music and Health (CREMAH), the Norwegian Academy of Music.

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