The first book in the field to provide a comprehensive examination of the many levels and facets of music therapy supervision. It contains 22 chapters by leading experts from the USA, Canada, Germany, Israel, and Norway. Part one provides a comprehensive literature review, along with chapters on ethics and multicultural issues. Part two presents principles and techniques for pre-professional supervision (e.g., for students in practicum and internship), while part three deals with ways of supervising professional music therapists. Part four examines the various kinds of supervision used in advanced institute training (e.g., Nordoff-Robbins, Guided Imagery and Music, Analytical Music Therapy). This is a valuable resource for beginning as well as experienced supervisors. (2000; Paperback. 380 pages)
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