Music therapy assessment: Theory, research, and application (Jacobsen, Waldon & Gattino, Eds.) — Reviewed by Martin Lawes

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Music therapy assessment: Theory, research, and application (Jacobsen, Waldon & Gattino, Eds.)

Reviewed by Martin Lawes


Title: Music therapy assessment: Theory, research, and application Editors: Stine Lindahl Jacobsen, Eric G. Waldon & Gustavo Gattino Publication year: 2018 Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers Pages: 432 ISBN: 9781785922954

REVIEWER BIOGRAPHY

Martin Lawes is a UK based music therapist with 20 years clinical experience in special needs education, adult mental health and palliative care. Martin is additionally trained in Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) and founder of the London based Integrative GIM Training Programme. He is former chair of the board and former chair of the Education Committee of the European Association of Music and Imagery (EAMI). [martinlawesmt@gmail.com]