The use of voice in music therapy (Meashey) — Reviewed by Patricia Winter

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The use of voice in music therapy (Meashey)

Reviewed by Patricia Winter


Title: The use of voice in music therapy Author: Kelly Meashey Publication year: 2020 Publisher: Barcelona Publishers Pages: 250 ISBN: 978-1-945411533

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Patricia Winter, Ph.D., MT-BC, is the director of the music therapy program and an Associate Professor of music at Radford University in Radford, Virginia, USA. She has been a clinical music therapist for over 20 years serving clients from diverse backgrounds. Her research interests include the impact of music therapy on the development of play skills in young children, pedagogical approaches for educating and training music therapists, and the impact of music therapy for individuals with dementia. [pwinter3@radford.edu]