Music Therapy and Neurological Rehabilitation: Performing Health (Paperback)Anke Scheel-Sailer (author of contributions), Simon Gilbertson (author of contributions), David Aldridge (editor), Hanne Mette Ridder Ochsner (author of contributions)
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The central tenet of this innovative collection is that identity can be regarded as a performance, achieved through and in dialogue with others. The authors show that where neuro-degenerative disease restricts movement, communication and thought processes and impairs the sense of self, music therapy is an effective intervention in neurological rehabilitation, successfully restoring the performance of identity within which clients can recognise themselves. It can also aid rehabilitation of clients affected by dementia, traumatic brain injury, and multiple sclerosis, among other neuro-generative diseases.
Music Therapy and Neurological Rehabilitation is an authoritative and comprehensive text that will be of interest to practising music therapists, students and academics in the field.
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 468 g
Dimensions: 233 x 157 x 15 mm
A stimulating feature of the book is th wide variety of writing styles, type of study and perspective. Aldridge's commitment to rigorous research in arts therapies does not limit subject matter. -- Journal of Dementia Care
This inspiring book provides a wide-ranging, honest and in-depth discussion of many issues relating to music therapy interventions for people living with degenerative illnesses in health care settings. It will be a compelling read for music therapists but also of interest to managers and other health professionals working in neuro-rehabilitation or dementia care, particularly if arts therapies are being considered or are already a party of the care plan. -- Journal of Dementia Care
Music Therapy and Neurological Rehabilitation: Performing Health, edited by David Aldridge, provides an overview of the use of music therapy as a form of neurological rehabilitation. The collection examines the use of music as therapy for a range of neurological conditions, from multiple sclerosis to work with clients in a vegetative state. -- Dementia
David Aldridge's latest text, Music Therapy and Neurological Rehabilitation: Performing Health, provides much needed summaries of research in the area of neurorehabilitation. -- The Nordic Journal of Music Therapy
Two hundred and sixty pages, ten chapters, and eight experienced music therapy clinicians and researchers are what makes up David Aldridge's latest text Music Therapy and Neurological Rehabilitation: Performing Health. The profile of music therapy within the neurorehabilitaiton field is mounting and this text contributes to the growing body of knowledge supporting this emerging clinical area. -- The Nordic Journal of Music Therapy
This book will be of great value to anyone doing post graduate research in Music Therapy, and a gift to studentsasked to write an essay on Music Therapy in neurological rehabilitation. For those working in the field of Music Therapy for various neurological disorders, there is much useful information and the book is valuable for deepening understanding of the problems of people with such disorders and how they can be helped. What I liked about the book is it's carefully researched data - useful information for anyone working in neurological rehabilitation, nit just Music Therapists. -- Positive Health
A stimulating feature of the book is the wide variety of writing styles, type of study and perspective. Aldridge's commitment to rigorous research in arts therapies does not limit subject matter. -- Dementia Care Magazine
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