Music therapy with women with addictions (Gardstrom & Willenbrink-Conte) — Reviewed by Tsvia Horesh

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Music therapy with women with addictions (Gardstrom & Willenbrink-Conte)

Reviewd by Tsvia Horesh


Title: Music therapy with women with addictions Authors: Susan C. Gardstrom & Joy Willenbrink-Conte
Publication year: 2020 Publisher: Barcelona Publishers Pages: 477 ISBN: 978-1-945411601

REVIEWER BIOGRAPHY

Tsvia Horesh is a music therapist, based in Israel. She has worked with various populations, in the school and health systems. She worked with people struggling with substance abuse in therapeutic communities for 15 years, and has published and lectured widely on this subject. Horesh developed a program to train special education teachers in Myanmar on the therapeutic use of music in their schools and taught there between 2011-2018. She also facilitated workshops for NGO field workers in Nagaland, India and Myanmar. Horesh emphasises cultural and political sensitivity in her work and is experienced in treating and teaching people from various cultures. [horesh.tsvia@gmail.com]