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An exploration of the opportunities and challenges of online music therapy with a person suffering from dementia (2021)This research presents a case study of individual music therapy with a client suffering from dementia which took place online. Online music therapy is becoming more prevalent as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic as it ...
(2021)As a music therapy student working in the context of Covid 19, my experience of moving music therapy sessions online let me wonder what play was like in online music therapy sessions and whether it would provide the same ...
Understanding music therapy for young refugees in school settings through the lens of Bronfenbrenner’s ecological system: A narrative literature review (2021)In recent years, involuntary displacement appears to be a global phenomenon, with the number of people compelled to leave their countries rising. Uprooted from their homes, refugees are confronted by multiple challenges, ...
“There has probably never been a more important time to be a music therapist”: An exploration of how music therapists working in the field of adult mental health have experienced their practice during the COVID-19 pandemic (2021)The COVID-19 pandemic has had enormous ramifications the world over and here in the United Kingdom (UK), affecting many aspects of life, including mental health, music, and music therapy practice. Music therapy is an ...
Supporting children with transition from primary to secondary school by building resilience through music therapy: An autoethnographic project (2021)This is an autoethnographic project that focuses on my experience and reflections on what music therapy can offer to children who are at the threshold of transition from primary to secondary mainstream school and potential ...