Music Therapists' Self-Care: Examining the Effectiveness of Educational Preparation for Clinical Practice

@inproceedings{Hearns2017MusicTS,
  title={Music Therapists' Self-Care: Examining the Effectiveness of Educational Preparation for Clinical Practice},
  author={Maureen C. Hearns},
  year={2017}
}
The purpose of this study was to explore the effectiveness of undergraduate academic and clinical training programs for music therapy in addressing the subject of personal growth, as it relates to the development of critical self-awareness and self-care strategies. The study further attempted to identify which self-care strategies are being used by practicing music therapy clinicians and how a practice of self-care impacts their work with distressed and/or traumatized individuals. An electronic… CONTINUE READING

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