Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy

An Open Access peer reviewed journal that invites interdisciplinary dialogue and discussion about music, health, and social change. The journal nurtures a critical edge that refines the focus on inclusiveness, socio-cultural awareness, and social justice. For more details, see vision statement and section policies.


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Vol 17, No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents


An Inclusive Stance With a Critical Edge HTML
Katrina McFerran


Music Therapy Intervention for the Mother-Preterm Infant Dyad: Evidence from a Case Study in a Brazilian NICU HTML HTML (Português (Brasil))
Ambra Palazzi, Rita Meschini, Cesar Augusto Piccinini
Literature Review of Early Childhood Music Therapy Between 1990-2012 HTML
Kirsi Maaria Tuomi, Ala-Ruona Esa, Amelia Oldfield
Musicking Together: Affective, Cognitive and Physical Aspects of a Music Therapy Group Work HTML
Rosemyriam Cunha
The Observed Experiences of Music Therapy on Parent-Child Interaction for Families with Children with Down Syndrome HTML
Jess O' Donoghue
Experiences and Perspectives of Music Therapists Providing Services to Families Experiencing Poverty: A Qualitative Investigation HTML
Jessica June Nagel, Michael Joseph Silverman


“Let Your Secrets Sing Out”: An Auto-ethnographic Analysis on How Music Can Afford Recovery from Child Abuse HTML
Georgina Lewis

Reflections on Practice

Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT): A Possible Theoretical Frame for Music Therapy Practice in Clinical Psychiatry HTML
Niels Hannibal, Melody Schwantes
Music Therapy During End-of-life Care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) – Reflections from Early Clinical Practice in Colombia HTML
Mark Ettenberger

Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy (ISSN 1504-1611)