Responsiveness in music therapy improvisation: A perspective inspired by Mikhail Bakhtin (Stensæth) — Reviewed by Gillian Zambor

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Responsiveness in music therapy improvisation: A perspective inspired by Mikhail Bakhtin (Stensæth)

Reviewed by Gillian Zambor


Title: Responsiveness in music therapy improvisation: A perspective inspired by Mikhail Bakhtin Author: Karette Stensæth Publication year: 2017 Publisher: Barcelona Publishers Pages: 193 ISBN: 9781945411236

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Gillian Zambor, MSc, MT-BC, NMT, NICU Music Therapist, graduated from the Nordoff-Robbins training program at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh in 2013. She currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, and works for Atrium Health children’s hospitals; with veterans through Neuro Community Care; and as a clinical supervisor at Queens University of Charlotte. She has previously worked in a variety of different settings including acute rehabilitation, memory care, and special needs education. [gillianzambor@gmail.com]