Volume 12 (1) 2020 – Book review (first published on 26 September 2018)
The Economics of Therapy: Caring for Clients, Colleagues, Commissioners and Cash-Flow in the Creative Arts Therapies (Daniel Thomas & Vicky Abad, Eds.)
Reviewed by Barbara A. Else
Title: The Economics of Therapy: Caring for Clients, Colleagues, Commissioners and Cash-Flow in the Creative Arts Therapies | Editors: Daniel Thomas & Vicky Abad | Publication year: 2017 | Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers| Pages: 240 | ISBN: 978184905628
Barbara A Else, MPA, LCAT, MT-BC, is a consultant and music therapist. Her graduate work was in health economics and health policy. Barbara was a Presidential Fellow with the US Public Health Service, where she served as research Health Science Administrator and Project Officer. She subsequently worked in the private sector in research and pharmacoeconomics. Barbara has authored numerous publications in health economics, including decision analysis, modelling cost drivers in health services, and cost-analysis methods. Currently, Barbara is a consultant to the American Music Therapy Association and with Development Laboratory, a consulting firm focused on development projects in conflict and post-conflict areas of the world.