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Guidelines for Music Therapy Practice in Pediatric Care
Bradt, Joke
Barcelona Publishers / Softcover / 2016-06-01 / 1937440486
Music Therapy / Medicine: Pediatrics
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The aim of this book is to provide student and professional music therapists with a solid foundation for clinical practice with infants and children in pediatric medical settings. The guidelines are based on both the practice wisdom of the contributing authors and a critical review of the existing literature. In addition, each chapter provides an overview of research evidence to date for music therapy practice with the respective populations. Included are chapters on the following populations and/or areas of care: pain management, premature infants, full-term hospitalized newborns, pediatric intensive care, surgery and procedural support, burn care, cancer, palliative and end-of-life care, brain injuries and rehabilitation, respiratory care, medically fragile children in low awareness states, and general inpatient care. Practical guidelines are provided for implementing receptive, improvisational, re-creative, and compositional methods of music therapy with each client group. All chapters in the book follow the same outline, allowing for easier reading and study. Current resources, readings, and forms are presented.

Table of Contents

Preface – An Evolving Perspective
By Kenneth Bruscia

Chapter 1 – INTRODUCTION
by Joke Bradt

Chapter 2 – PAIN MANAGEMENT WITH CHILDREN
by Joke Bradt

Chapter 3 – PREMATURE INFANTS
by Monika Nocker-Ribaupierre

Chapter 4 – FULL-TERM HOSPITALIZED NEWBORNS
by Helen Shoemark

Chapter 5 – PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE
by Claire M. Ghetti

Chapter 6 – SURGICAL AND PROCEDURAL SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN
by John F. Mondanaro

Chapter 7 – BURN CARE FOR CHILDREN
by Annette Whitehead-Pleaux

Chapter 8 – CHILDREN WITH CANCER
by Beth Dun

Chapter 9 – PALLIATIVE AND END-OF-LIFE CARE FOR CHILDREN
by Kathryn Lindenfelser

Chapter 10 – BRAIN INJURIES AND REHABILITATION IN CHILDREN
by Jeanette Kennelly

Chapter 11 – RESPIRATORY CARE FOR CHILDREN
by Joanne Loewy

Chapter 12 – MEDICALLY FRAGILE CHILDREN IN LOW AWARENESS STATES
by Jennifer Townsend

Chapter 13 – CHILDREN IN GENERAL INPATIENT CARE
by Christine Neugebauer

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