Volume 11 (2) 2019 – Book review (first published on 15 September 2017)
Collaboration and Assistance in Music Therapy Practice:
Roles, Relationships, Challenges (John Strange, Helen Odell-Miller & Eleanor Richards, Eds.)
Reviewed by Margaret Broad
|Title: Collaboration and Assistance in Music Therapy Practice: Roles, Relationships, Challenges | Editors: John Strange, Helen Odell-Miller & Eleanor Richards |
Publication year: 2017 | Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers | Pages: 200 | ISBN: 978-1-84905-702-8
Margaret Broad, BA, MSc, works with Barchester Healthcare and also as a freelance music therapist offering music therapy to support frail older people with physical disabilities and dementia. She previously worked for seven years with Nordoff Robbins Scotland with children and adults with a range of learning difficulties, communication disorders, emotional behavioural difficulties, mental health problems, and in end of life care. She has also facilitated placements for students on the MSc Music Therapy programme at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.