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Arts therapists in multidisciplinary settings : working together for better outcomes

Author: Caroline Miller
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia, PA : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An edited collection from art, music, drama, dance and play therapists on the proven benefits of arts therapies when applied in a range of interdisciplinary settings. Caroline Miller aims to help arts therapists to advocate for their profession to the colleagues, families and clients with whom they work.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Caroline Miller
ISBN: 9781849056113 1849056110
OCLC Number: 915774448
Description: 260 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction / Caroline Miller --
1. Overview: Strengthening the arts therapist identity in multidisciplinary settings / Caroline Miller --
2. The wounded healer: professional identity and the role of self-care in clinical practice / Mariana Torkington --
3. Finding my place within a multi/inter-professional team / Abigail Raymond --
4. Dances of paradox and role diffusion / Marion Gordon-Flower --
5. Music therapy within a multidisciplinary special education team / Megan Spragg --
6. Working collaboratively in a multi-professional team / Robin Barnaby, Neeta Sharma --
7. Group music therapy in a mental health service with older adults: 'It sure beats watching television.' / Shari Storie --
8. Considerations of change in play therapy with young children / Steve Harvey, Judy Donovan, Tosca Lammerts van Bueren --
9. Shifting lines: palliative art therapy in the home / Jennie Halliday --
10. Working together, playing together: co-creating a music therapy space for young children with special needs / Alison Talmadge --
11. Establishing the web of relationships: dance movement therapist as teacher aide / Anaia Treefoot, Lucy-Mary Mulholland --
12. The whole is greater than the sum of its parts: music therapy and collaboration in an infant, child, and adolescent mental health service / Heather Fletcher --
13. Dramatherapy in a multicultural secondary school / Adrian Lania --
14. Cloak of care: music therapy in multidisciplinary hospice care / Keryn Squires --
15. Woven strands: creating a community support network in a private practice / Agnès Desombiaco-Sigley --
Conclusion / Caroline Miller.
Responsibility: edited by Caroline Miller.

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