Psychodynamic approaches to the experience of dementia: Perspectives from observation, theory and practice (Evans, Garner & Darnley-Smith, Eds.) — Reviewed by Jodie Bloska

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Psychodynamic approaches to the experience of dementia: Perspectives from observation, theory and practice (Evans, Garner & Darnley-Smith, Eds.)

Reviewed by Jodie Bloska


Title: Psychodynamic approaches to the experience of dementia: Perspectives from observation, theory and practice Editors: Sandra Evans,Jane Garner & Rachel Darnley-Smith Publication year: 2019 Publisher: Routledge Pages: 268 ISBN: 0415786657

REVIEWER BIOGRAPHY

Jodie Bloska is a music therapist and clinical research fellow at the Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research, where she is also pursuing her PhD. She studied music cognition and psychology at McMaster University, before completing her MA in music therapy at Anglia Ruskin University in 2015. Since qualifying, she has worked primarily with people living with dementia and with adults in neurorehabilitation. She is also currently working on the international research study ‘Homeside’, which is exploring music interventions for people with dementia and their caregivers. [Jodie.bloska@anglia.ac.uk]