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.


Vol 16, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents

Editorials

Inclusion and the Mechanics of Social Justice HTML
Katrina McFerran

Position Papers

Reflections On Music Therapy Training Within E-learning Education Contexts HTML
Imogen Nicola Clark, Grace Anne Thompson

Reflections on Practice

Verbal Dialogue in Music Therapy: A Hermeneutical Analysis of Three Music Therapy Sessions HTML
Katarina Lindblad

Research

An Inclusive School Choir for Children with Autism in Israel: Using Grounded Theory to Explore the Perceived Benefits and Challenges HTML
Yael Eilat, Nirit Raichel
In the Groove: An Evaluation to Explore a Joint Music Therapy and Occupational Therapy Intervention for Children with Acquired Brain Injury HTML
Karen Twyford, Samantha Watters
Let's Talk Music - A Model for Enhancing Intercultural Communication: Trying to Understand Why and How Music Helps HTML
Avi Gilboa
Music and Stroke Rehabilitation: A Narrative Synthesis of the Music-Based Treatments used to Rehabilitate Disorders of Speech and Language following Left-Hemispheric Stroke HTML
Kevin Draper
Music Therapists’ Conceptualization of Clients’ Experience of Healing: Grounded Theory Analysis HTML
Eun-Young Hwang, Hwa-Jin Lee
The Social Architecture of Anxiety and Potential Role of Music Therapy HTML
Rebecca Zarate


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