The New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy

Articles from Vol. 12, 2014

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Waiata gifted to Te KokT, New Zealand School of Music on the occasion of the Linking Cultures Conference, NZSM, November 2013.A-i-o Mau-ri-tau A-i-oTiaki ti-nana, ma-na-wa, hine-ngaro, a-i-oHo-no-a to wai-ru-a ki te atuaTe ao-ra-ngi me te tai-oKei rei-ra...
Developing a Music Therapy Assessment Tool Specific to Persons with Severe to Profound Multiple Disabilities
IntroductionThe music therapy literature documents a long history of music therapists working with persons experiencing disability, including those of severe to profound and multiple natures (Rickson & McFerran, 2007). Assessment is typically considered...
Editorial
Volume 1 2 of the New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy has a focus on contemporary issues facing New Zealand and international music therapists and includes a rich variety of reflections on research and practice and an original composition of waiata....
Music-Making and the Organisation: Researching the Orchestra at Work
IntroductionFew organisations exhibit the importance of coordination at work as explicitly as the symphony orchestra. The precision and unanimity of purpose that is displayed in orchestral performance is usually attributed to the leadership and direction...
Music Therapy in the Global Age: Three Keys to Successful Culturally Centred Practice
IntroductionI would like to thank Sarah Hoskyns, Daphne Rickson, and the committee of the New Zealand School of Music's music therapy conference for inviting me to speak at the 201 3 conference and granting me permission to visit such a beautiful and...
Navigating Cross-Cultural Pathways on Rarotonga: An Exploratory Collaboration Bringing Together a Music Therapist a Speech-Language Therapist, the Cook Islands Ministry of Education and a Day Centre for Adults with Intellectual and Physical Disabilities
Introduction"Rather than dilute what we do in adopting other frames of reference, we gain from and add much to such collaborations. "(Sutton, 2008, p.9)In July 2012 Jenny, a speech-language therapist, and Marie, a music therapist, undertook voluntary...
Raranga Wairua: Creative Cultural Collaboration in an Infant Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service
IntroductionThe focus of this paper is collaboration. It demonstrates how our Infant Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (ICAMHS)'s culture of collaborative working - both within the team and in the community - facilitates engagement with clients...
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