Undergraduate Music Therapy Students' Experiences in Short-Term Group Music TherapyThe Qualitative Report Conference
Start DateJanuary 2011
End DateJanuary 2011
AbstractProfessional identity can develop through self-study along with didactic and experiential means. The authors engaged in a collaborative qualitative study on the potential benefits of student involvement as clients in short-term music therapy. Various therapeutic methods allowed for self-expression, insight, and personal sharing. Post-session journals and a final survey captured student perceptions. Analysis showed influence on identity development and raised queries about curricular change.
Citation InformationSusan Gardstrom and Nancy Jackson. "Undergraduate Music Therapy Students' Experiences in Short-Term Group Music Therapy" (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susan_gardstrom/5/