Playin’ in the band…

A few months ago I read this book "Playin' in the Band" (Kenneth Aigen), with accompanying DVD, it's a detailed case-study from the 90's featuring Lloyd and his music with two music therapists at Nordoff-Robbins New York.  In the DVD excerpts from sessions spanning several years you can see relationships develop between Lloyd and the music therapists as they play a range of rock,… Continue reading Playin’ in the band…


Music therapy in context – book recommendation

Here's a great book I've been reading recently, particularly the last three chapters about Winnicott, psychodynamic meaning and why people choose to become a therapist. Mercedes Pavlicevic writes with clarity and passion, bringing the subject to life with fresh thinking and real-life examples. Here's a couple of excerpts to whet your appetite... In music therapy,… Continue reading Music therapy in context – book recommendation

Books books books

Here's a few of the books I've been reading: some are specifically about music therapy, others are about related subjects. They're listed in the order I came to them - and many more will join the list, perhaps in a future post...   Music Therapy: Intimate Notes - Pavlicevic This was recommended to me when I first began… Continue reading Books books books