A transpersonal model of music therapy: Deepening practice (Crowe) — Reviewed by Noah Potvin

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A transpersonal model of music therapy: Deepening practice (Crowe)

Reviewed by Noah Potvin


Title: A transpersonal model of music therapy: Deepening practice Author: Barbara Crowe Publication year: 2017 Publisher: Barcelona Publishers Pages: 218 ISBN: 9781945411267

REVIEWER BIOGRAPHY

Noah Potvin, PhD, MT-BC, is an assistant professor of music therapy at Duquesne University with a joint appointment in the Mary Pappert School of Music and the School of Nursing. Dr Potvin has expertise in music therapy in end-of-life care settings, with multiple publications on topics related to the theoretical and clinical development of music therapy in medical settings, including theoretical models for the spiritual components of end-of-life care and resource-oriented work with pre-bereaved hospice caregivers. [potvinn@duq.edu]