Creative therapies for complex trauma: Helping children and families in foster care, kinship care or adoption (Hendry & Hasler, Eds.) — Reviewed by Aksana Kavaliova-Moussi

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Creative therapies for complex trauma: Helping children and families in foster care, kinship care or adoption (Hendry & Hasler, Eds.)

Reviewed by Aksana Kavaliova-Moussi


Title: Creative therapies for complex trauma: Helping children and families in foster care, kinship care or adoption Editors: Anthea Hendry & Joy Hasler Publication year: 2017 Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers Pages: 256 ISBN: 978-1-84905-724-0

REVIEWER BIOGRAPHY

Aksana Kavaliova-Moussi has master’s degrees in music therapy and counselling psychology. She is Vice-President of the Music Therapy Association of Ontario, co-chair of the Online Conference for Music Therapy, former Eastern Mediterranean Regional Liaison and a current member of the Commission on Education and Training for the World Federation of Music Therapy. Aksana is a Neurologic Music Therapist, Fellow, and a Certified Trauma Integration Clinician. She was the first credentialed music therapist in the Kingdom of Bahrain, working with individuals with special needs. Aksana worked in the Niagara region (Canada) at the Attachment and Trauma Treatment Centre for Healing (ATTCH), providing therapy for adults and child survivors of trauma. She is back in the Kingdom of Bahrain, where she is restarting her private practice as a music therapist and counsellor. [moussiaksana@hotmail.com]