brynjulf stige professor in music therapy at the university of bergen norway and head of research at the grieg academy music therapy research centre uni health uni research ltd dr wendy magee convincingly argues that there is a need for a book that opens up a dialogue about music technology in therapeutic and health settings. Some such resources do exist notably music technology in therapeutic and health settings contains a collection of schol arly book chapters edited by magee 2014b these chapters also aim to . Barbara l wheeler phd mt bc retired professor of music therapy and university professor at the university of louisville kentucky part time teacher writer editor and presenter beach haven nj dr wendy magee convincingly argues that there is a need for a book that opens up a dialogue about music technology in therapeutic and health settings. There is a rapidly emerging and developing area of music therapy practice that uses electronic music technologies in a range of therapeutic and clinical settings to help clients with complex needs this edited volume explains cutting edge technologies and how to apply these tools in practice with . Rarely is a book more timely finally we have a collection that provides support on the use of electronic music technology emt in therapeutic and health settings this extraordinary text is rich in examples demonstrating how emt can be enabling and empowering the authors also present advice on limitations and contraindications
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