Volume 6 (1) 2014 – Book review
Forensic Music Therapy: A Treatment for Men and Women in Secure Hospital Settings (Stella Compton Dickinson, Helen Odell-Miller & John Adlam)
Reviewed by Carol Chambers
Forensic Music Therapy: A Treatment for Men and Women in Secure Hospital Settings
Stella Compton Dickinson, Helen Odell-Miller & John Adlam (Editors)
London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers (2012)
256 pp., ISBN: 978-1-84905-252-8
Carol Chambers, PhD, qualified as a music therapist in 1982 at Roehampton, UK. She has worked with many client groups and she gained her PhD in forensic psychiatric music therapy from the University of Nottingham. Carol is a member of the research group Theatre, Dance, Music and Consciousness at the University of Lincoln and has presented work on both music therapy and consciousness on an international basis. She is also a qualified teacher and is currently the Education Manager at Her Majesty’s Prison Lincoln, UK.