Colors of us: Early childhood music therapy around the world (Kern, Ed.) — Reviewed by Ilene Berger Morris

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Colors of us: Early childhood music therapy around the world (Kern, Ed.)

Reviewed by Ilene Berger Morris


Title: Colors of us: Early childhood music therapy around the world Editor: Petra Kern Publication year: 2020 Publisher: De La Vista Publisher Pages: 373 ISBN: 2153-7879

REVIEWER BIOGRAPHY

Ilene “Lee” Berger Morris is a board-certified music therapist, a New York State Licensed Creative Arts Therapist, and a Fellow of the Academy of Neurologic Music Therapists. Lee holds a master’s degree in Neurologic Music Therapy, a subspecialty of music therapy based on a neuroscience model of music perception/production. A professional music therapist for close to 4 decades, Lee has worked extensively with young children with developmental challenges as well as patients of all ages undergoing neurologic rehabilitation. Lee has performed research and authored articles on applications of music therapy in people with autism, with hemiplegia, and with Parkinson’s disease. [lee.morris@alternativesforchildren.org]