Music Therapy and Parent Infant Bonding is the first title in the field of music therapy to explore the contribution that music therapy can make in the very early years, for instance in situations regarding adopted children, or in ameliorating the effects of maternal depression on the parent-infant relationship.
Jane Edwards: Introduction; 1: Jane Edwards: Music therapy and parent infant bonding; 2: Tiffany Drake: Becoming in tune: The use of music therapy to assist the developing bond between traumatised children and their new adoptive parents; 3: Alison Levinge: 'The first time ever I saw your face...': Music therapy for depressed mothers and their infants; 4: Amelia Oldfield: Parents' perceptions of being in music therapy sessions with their children: What is our role as music therapists with parents?; 5: Kate E. Williams, Jan M. Nicholson, Vicky Abad, Louise Docherty, and Donna Berthelsen: Evaluating parent-child group music therapy programmes: Challenges and successes for Sing & Grow; 6: Margareta Burrell: The benefits of music sessions for very young children with their parent or carers through the eyes of a music therapist; 7: Karen Kelly: Supporting attachments in vulnerable families through an early intervention school-based group music therapy programme; 8: Joanna Cunningham: Music therapy to promote attachment between mother and baby in marginalised communities; 9: Alison Ledger: Extending group music therapy to families in schools: A reflection on practical and professional aspects; 10: Toni Day and Helen Bruderer: Music therapy to support mothers who have experienced abuse in childhood; 11: Helen Shoemark: Translating 'infant-directed singing' into a strategy for the hospitalised family; 12: Joanne V. Loewy: Music therapy for hospitalized infants and their parents; 13: Clare O'Callaghan and Brigid Jordan: Music therapy supports parent-infant attachments: In families affected by life threatening cancer
Dimensioni: 234x156 mm.
Pagine Arabe: 240