Towards Integrating a Holistic Rehabilitation System: The Implications for Music Therapy.
Australian Journal of Music Therapy 1997, Annual, 8
Australian Journal of Music Therapy
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Abstract: The philosophy underpinning rehabilitation services is continually evolving (McGrath and Davis, 1992). Music therapists, like all health professionals, respond and adapt to accommodate these changes to ensure their role in these structures is secure. This process of adaptation is particularly important for the music therapy profession as it is not currently recognised as an essential service in rehabilitation facilities in Australia (Milford, 1993). This paper explores the impact of an altered treatment ideology (from multidisciplinary to interdisciplinary) on music therapy clinical practice in a 63-bed rehabilitation facility specialising in the rehabilitation of clients with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), mostly through road trauma.
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- Category: Music
- Published: 01 January 1997
- Publisher: Australian Music Therapy Association, Inc.
- Print Length: 15 Pages
- Language: English