Approaches: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Music Therapy is an open access peer-reviewed journal inviting diverse perspectives on music therapy practice, profession and discipline. As a Greek-English publication, Approaches fosters interdisciplinary dialogue bridging local and global aspects of music, health and wellbeing.
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Current journal issue
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Book review (published 29 August 2022)
Addressing issues of mental health in schools through the arts: Teachers and music therapists working together (Clough & Tarr)
Reviewed by Eleni Tsolka
Article (published 22 August 2022)
“There has probably never been a more important time to be a music therapist”: Exploring how three music therapy practitioners working in adult mental health settings in the UK experienced the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic
George Chandler & Emma Maclean
Article (published 11 August 2022)
The need for robust critique of arts and health research: An examination of the Goldbeck and Ellerkamp (2012) randomised controlled trial of music therapy for anxiety in children, and its treatment in four systematic reviews
Stephen Clift, Katarzyna Grebosz-Haring, Leonhard Thun-Hohenstein, Anna Katharina Schuchter-Wiegand & Arne C. Bathke