Operation syncopation: Music therapy and autism (Thompson, Ed.) — Reviewed by Efrat Roginsky

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Operation syncopation: Music therapy and autism (Thompson, Ed.)

Reviewed by Efrat Roginsky


Title: Operation syncopation: Music therapy and autism Film director and editor: Maxim Thompson Publication year: 2017

REVIEWER BIOGRAPHY

Efrat Roginsky is a classical guitarist and music therapist, specialising in working with non-speaking persons with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families. Along with her music therapy practice Roginsky supervises a regional arts therapies group for the Israeli Board of Education, and teaches at the University of Haifa MA Music Therapy programme. Her PhD research explores the personhood of children with profound cerebral palsy through their musicality and appropriation of music. Roginsky is also part of an international group aiming to study the possible contributions of the Neurodiversity movement to the music therapy profession. [roginskyefrat@gmail.com]