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Music therapy as academic education: A five-year integrated MA programme as a lighthouse model?
(Greek Association of Primary Music Education Teachers, 2015)
Seeing the current academisation of music therapy internationally as part of broader processes of modernisation, I reflect on implications for music therapy education. Using the current five-year integrated MA programme ...
Do we understand children’s restlessness? Constructing ecologically valid understandings through reflexive cooperation
(Co-Action Publishing, 2015-12-21)
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most widely used children’s mental health diagnosis today, but the validity of the diagnosis is controversial, for instance, because it might conceal relational and ...
Concepts of context in music therapy
In contemporary music therapy as well as in related interdisciplinary fields, the importance of context in relation to theory, research, and practice has been emphasized. However, the word context seems to be used in ...