A survey of clinical practice in music therapy. Part II: Clinical practice, educational, and clinical training
Journal/Book: J Music Ther. 1979; 16: 50-69.
Abstract: Part II of the clinical practice survey is concerned with the amount and quality of equipment available to music therapists, length of activity sessions, accountability procedures, patient or client referral sources, scheduling procedures, communication with other professionals, and the status of music therapy in institutions. Additional data include ratings of music therapy education and clinical training experiences, the master's degree in music therapy, and opinions concerning NAMT registration for music educators working in special education.
Keyword(s): Attitude of Health Personnel. Equipment and Supplies. Music Therapy/education. Professional Practice. United States