After the Music: A Workbook for Music Therapists

Music therapists working with terminally ill pediatric patients are put in a unique role, needing to be open and supportive while also remaining protective of themselves and their emotions in order to sustain long-term practice. Gain concrete exercises for healthy processing and to prevent burnout and compassion fatgiue. 


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After the Music: A Workbook for Music Therapists

  • After the Music: A Workbook for Music Therapists Working with Terminally Ill Children & Adolescents by Amy Love

    © Amy Love 2020

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    This book is not intended as a substitute for medical advice of physicians or licensed psychologists. The reader should regularly consult with their care provider in matters relating to their health.

    This books is not affiliated with any medical institution. All information and opinions shared are solely that of the author. 


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