Music Therapy in Mental Health for Illness Management and Recovery

Music Therapy in Mental Health for Illness Management and Recovery

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Many music therapists work in adult mental health settings after qualifying. For many, it will be a challenging and even daunting prospect. Yet until now, there has been no psychiatric music therapy text providing advice on illness management and recovery. This essential book fills the gap in the literature, providing the necessary breadth and depth to inform readers of the psychotherapeutic research base and show how music therapy can effectively and efficiently function within a clinical scenario. The book takes an illness management and recovery approach to music therapy specific to contemporary group-based practice. It is also valuable for administrators of music therapy, providing innovative theory-based approaches to psychiatric music therapy, developing and describing new ways to conceptualize psychiatric music therapy treatment, educating music therapists, stimulating research and employment, and influencing legislative policies. An important aim of the book is to stimulate both critical thought and lifelong learning concerning issues, ideas, and concepts related to mental illness and music therapy. Critical thinking and lifelong learning have been - and will likely continue to be - essential aspirations in higher education. Moreover, contemporary views concerning evidence-based practice rely heavily upon the clinician's ability to think critically, seek a breadth of contradicting and confirmatory evidence, implement meta-cognition to monitor thoughts throughout processes, and synthesize and evaluate knowledge to make informed clinical decisions relevant and applicable to idiosyncratic contextual parameters. For both students and clinicians in music therapy, this is an indispensable text to help them learn, develop, and hone their skills in music therapy... including special education teachers and social workers (Gfeller aamp; Davis, 2008 ), Tang, Yao, and Zheng (1994) noted that music therapy is a€œrelatively inexpensivea€ (p. 38). Thus, music therapy can represent a a€œbest buya€ action item that can be used to help people with mental illnesses ... However, there is considerable variance in billing music therapy services with CPT codes: billing procedures vary byanbsp;...

Title:Music Therapy in Mental Health for Illness Management and Recovery
Author: Michael J. Silverman
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA - 2015-05-21

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