by Helen Shoemark PhD, RMT
, Trish Dearn MMus (MusThrpy), RMT
| July 2008
Music therapy for hospitalised newborn infants is an emerging clinical field. While a clear picture is being built in the literature about effective methods for direct work with infants, it is more difficult to inform the clinical reality of providing services in a family-centred practice model. Beginning with a single case study, the authors engaged in lengthy discussion about the broader issues of providing effective clinical services to the families of hospitalised infants. The authors wrote...