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The New Music Therapist's Handbook
Second Edition
By Suzanne B. Hanser
243 Pages

The New Music Therapist's Handbook is designed for music therapists, allied health professionals, and students as a guide to treatment planning.  The former edition of this work, The Music Thrapist's Handbook, has been used as a music therapy text, primarily for the advanced methods courses, clincial practica and internships.  The current volume applies the same data-based approach to contemporary music therapy practice, expanding the model to include 10 stages of treatment planning, from referral to termination.

Contents

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Music Therapy

  • Music Therapy with Children and Adolescents
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Music Therapy with Adults
  • Conclusion
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • References
  • For Further Reading

Chapter 2: A Data-Based Model for Music Therapy

  • Stages of a Data-Based Model
  • Rationale for a Data-Based Model
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • References
  • For Further Reading

Chapter 3: Referral to Music Therapy

  • The Referral Pocess
  • Educating Referral Sources
  • Presenting Problems and Goals
  • Sample Music Therapy Goals
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • References
  • For Further Reading

Chapter 4: A First Session: Building Rapport

  • First Encounters
  • Aims of a First Session
  • Developing Rapport
  • Gaining Information
  • Observing
  • Outlining Responsiblities
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • References
  • For Further Reading

Chapter 5: Assessment

  • A General Assessment Of Functioning
  • A Music Therapy Assessment
  • Comprehensive Assessment
  • Ongoing Assessment
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • For Further Reading

Chapter 6: Goals, Objectives and Target Behaviors

  • Identifying Problems, Behaviors and Goals
  • Defining Target Behaviors
  • Examples
  • Setting Objectives
  • Case Examples
  • Conclusions
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • Referneces
  • For Further Reading

Chapter 7: Observation

  • Methods of Recording
  • To Observe or to do Therapy
  • Reliable Recording
  • Clinical Examples of Recording
  • Baseline Observations
  • Functional Analysis
  • Subjective Observation
  • Conclusion
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • References
  • For Further Reading

Chapter 8: Music Therapy Strategies

  • Music as a Behavioral Consquence
  • Music as a Behavioral Antecedent
  • Teaching Music to Teach Other Skills
  • Music in Insight Therapy
  • Clinical Examples
  • Th Best Music Therapy Strategy
  • Maintenance and Generalization Strategy
  • Conclusions
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • References
  • For Further Reading

Chapter 9: The Music Thrapy Treatment Plan

  • Beginning to Plan
  • Assessing the Assessment
  • Response Hierarchies and Objectives
  • Individual vs. Group Music Thrapy
  • Design
  • The Formal Music Therapy Treatment Plan
  • Music Therapy Group Proposal
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • References
  • For Further Reading

Chpater 10: Implementation

  • Contracting
  • Tables and Graphs
  • Session Log
  • Progress Notes
  • Clinical Supervision
  • The Evolving Therapeutic Relationship
  • Revision of Procedures
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • References
  • For Further Reading

Chapter 11: Evaluation

  • Defining Success
  • Secondary Gains
  • Recommendations for Future Action
  • Communication of Therapy Outcomes
  • Sample Music Therapy Evaluations
  • Summary
  • Key Words
  • For Further Reading

Chapter 12: Termination

  • Guidlines for Termination
  • Musical Termination
  • Clinical Example
  • Summary
  • References
  • For Further Reading

Index

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