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Music Therapy Supervision
378 pages
Edited by: Michele Forinash

Throughout the book, the reader will find supervision approaches and strategies that are very different from each other and may, in fact, at times seem contradictory to each other.  As the field is comprised of different theoretical and philisophical approaches to practicing music therapy, there are as many diverse ways to supervise.  Readers will likely find supervision strategies with which they resonate and would feel comfortable implementing, as well as approaches that may seem quite new and different from their current approach.

Contents

Dedication

Acknowleledgements

Contributors

Chapter 1 : Overview

Michele Forinash, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA

 

Part One: Literature, Ethics, and Multicultural Approaches

 

 

Chapter 2: Music Therapy Supervision : A Review of the Literature

Francis J. McClain, Queens College, Charolette, NC

Chapter 3:  Ethical Issues in Supervision

Cheryl Dileo, Temple University, Philedelphia, PA

Chapter 4: Mulitcultural Approaches to Music Therapy Supervision

Karen Estrella, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA

 

Part Two: Preprofessional Supervision

 

Chapter 5: Group Supervision in First-Time Music Therapy Practicum

Lisa Summer, Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA

Chapter 6: A Systems Analysis Approach to Music Therapy Practica

Suzanne B. Hanser, Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA

Chapter 7: A Journey through Internship Supervision: Roles, Dynamics, and Phases of the Supervisory Relationship

Susan Feiner, New York University, New York, NY

Chapter 8: Competency-Based Approach to Internship Supervision

Laurie A. Farnan, Central Wisconsin Center for the Developmentally Disabled, Madison, WI

Chapter 9: Student-Centered Internship Supervision

Caryl-Beth Thomas, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA

Chapter 10: The Creative Arts in Supervision

Trudy Shulman-Fagan, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA

Chapter 11: The Fostering of Not-Knowing Barefoot Supervisors

Brynjulf Stige, Sogn og Fjordane, Sandane, Norway

 

Part Three: Professional Supervision

 

 

Chapter 12: Peer Supervision on the Development of the New Music and Expressive Therapist

Elizabeth Baratta, Crossroads/May Behavioral Health, Cambridge, MA

Michael Bertolami, Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA

Andrew Hubbard, Riverside Community Care, Upton, MA

Mary-Carla MacDonald, Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA

Debroah Spragg, Wild Acre Inns, Boston, MA

Chapter 13: The Journey of Two: Supervision for the New Music Therapist Working in an Educational Setting

Dorit Amir, Bar Ilan University, Isreal

Chapter 14: Experiential Music Therapy Group as a Method of Professional Supervision

Gillian Stephens Langdon, Bronx Psychiatric Center, Bronx, NY

Chapter 15: Peer Supervision in Music Therapy

Diane Austin, New York University, New York, NY

Janice M. Dvorkin, University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX

Chapter 16: Integrative Techniques in Professional Music Therapy Group Supervision

Isabelle Frohne-Hagemann, European Academy for Psychosocial Health

Huckeswagen, Germany

Chapter 17: The Supervision of Clinical Improvisation in Aesthetic Music Therapy: A Music-Centered Approach

Colin Lee, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada

Kimberly Khare, Community Music Center, Boston, MA

Chapter 18: Pshchodynamic Perspectives in Professional Supervision

Mechtild Jahn-Langenberg, University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany

Chapter 19: A Model of Supervision Derived from Apprenticeship Training

Kenneth Bruscia, Temple University, Philedelphia, PA

 

Part Four: Institute Supervision

 

Chapter 20: Forming an Identity as a Music Psychotherapist through Analytical Music Therapy Supervision

Benedikte B. Scheiby, Beth Abraham Hospital, New York, NY

Chapter 21: Supervision in the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music

Madeline Ventre, Creative Therapies Institute, Forestburgh, NY

Chapter 22: Supervision in the Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Training Program

Alan Turry. Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy

New York University, New York, NY

 

 

 

 

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