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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 ...
Finding connections : a case study emphasizing therapuetuic relationship through the lens of relational music therapy
This case study examines music therapy with Emily, a young adult female with developmental delays from a relational, intersubjective perspective. Emily’s therapy occurred while I was an intern at a holistic, integrative, ...
How culture informs hospice music therapy: a critical interpretive synthesis
This systematic review investigates hospice music therapy and the role culture plays in informing clinical practice. Due to the emphasis on cultural, contextual understanding in this review, the exploration of end-of-life ...
“The Source of Our Power”: female heroes and restorative collaboration in contemporary television
Back in the 1940's Wonder Woman stood alone as a symbol of female strength, but now, in the 21st century, our female heroes reflect the reality that women need each other's love and support--as well as that of men--in order ...
The effects of rhythm in group music therapy on individuals with autism spectrum disorder
The purpose of this paper is to explore the effects of a drumming activity using structured rhythms on a group of school-aged children diagnosed in the autism spectrum from the perspective of professionals who work with ...