Music Therapy and Leisure for Persons With Disabilities
Music Therapy and Leisure for Persons With Disabilities explores the use of music therapy in school and community settings for enhancing the development of independent leisure skills with a variety of populations.
This book describes the historical development of music therapy and training of the music therapist, the types of people who may benefit from music therapy, and the types of interventions that are commonly used with specific populations.
It also addresses models of music therapy and individualized education programs. Further, it examines leisure skill development, dance therapy, and program development.