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The establishment of safety and trust in music therapy clinical supervision: an interpretive phenomenological analysis
This study presents the results of an interpretive phenomenological analysis on the establishment of safety and trust between the music therapy intern and their clinical supervisor. Four professional music therapists ...
Sounds of strength towards recovery: a program proposal for inpatient psychiatric care
"Sounds of Strength Towards Recovery would allow for an additional step towards comprehensive psychiatric care. As cited previously, the literature points towards the efficacy of the music therapy modality as part of ...
A heuristic study on music-centered supervision
This first-person study investigated how a music-centered (Modified Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music) supervision contributed to understanding the role of music therapy when working with clients diagnosed with a ...
Professional identity development in music therapy: a phenomenological inquiry
The following research study is a phenomenological inquiry exploring how music therapists develop their professional identities. Three board-certified music therapists were interviewed and asked to describe what has ...