Volume 3 (1) 2011 – Book review
Where Music Helps: Community Music Therapy in Action and Reflection (Brynjulf Stige, Gary Ansdell, Cochavit Elefant & Mercédès Pavlicevic)
Reviewed by Thomas Wosch
Where Music Helps: Community Music Therapy in Action and Reflection
By Brynjulf Stige, Gary Ansdell, Cochavit Elefant & Mércèdes Pavlicevic
Surrey: Ashgate (2010)
349 pp, ISBN: 978-1-4094-1010-2
Thomas Wosch, Prof. Dr., University of Applied Sciences of Wuerzburg and Schweinfurt (Germany); Head of final year music therapy training in BA Social Work, Director of MA Developmental and Dementia Music Therapy. He is co-editor of the Voices discussion forum. He has worked for ten years as a clinician in acute adult psychiatry and as lecturer in the University of Applied Sciences of Magdeburg and Stendal along with teaching and research cooperation in Europe, USA, and South America. His recent books are Musik und Alter in Therapie und Pflege (2011) and Microanalysis in Music Therapy (2007) with Tony Wigram.