Project Bethlehem - Training Educators and Health Workers in the Therapeutic Use of Music in the West Bank
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Appendix B: Music as Therapy. Trainee Handbook

Keywords

Music Therapy
Bethlehem
School
Trauma

How to Cite

Coombes, E. (2011). Project Bethlehem - Training Educators and Health Workers in the Therapeutic Use of Music in the West Bank. Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, 11(1). https://doi.org/10.15845/voices.v11i1.291

Abstract

This article describes Project Bethlehem, a music therapy initiative which is taking place   in the West Bank.  It’s aim is to train teachers and health care workers in the therapeutic use of music with children.

The background to the Project is described, and the music therapy work is then detailed with references to the theoretical thinking behind it. An Appendix containing the booklet prepared as a teaching resource for staff involved in the Project is attached to show how the work was developed.

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