Supervision of Music Therapy: A Theoretical and Practical Handbookby Odell-Miller; Helen
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Table of Contents
|Preface to the series and this book||p. x|
|The history and background of supervision in music therapy||p. 5|
|Whose handicap? Issues arising in the supervision of trainee music therapists in their first experience of working with adults with learning disabilities||p. 23|
|Music therapy supervision with students and professionals: the use of music and analysis of countertransference experiences in the triadic field||p. 45|
|Two's company, three's a crowd: hatred of triangulation in music therapy, and its supervision in a forensic setting||p. 67|
|Getting better: some thoughts on the growth of the therapist||p. 83|
|Music therapy supervision with trainees in adult psychiatry||p. 101|
|Supervision in context: a balancing act||p. 119|
|Supervision of music therapists working with children in schools||p. 135|
|Turbulence at the boundary||p. 153|
|Supervision of PhD doctoral research||p. 173|
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