Interaction Themes in Music Therapy: A Way of Creating Social Interaction with Low Functioning Autistic Children (invited speaker)

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Based on a doctoral study, the author presents a type of music therapy interaction called ‘Interaction Themes.’ These are developed from session to session and often appear in music therapy interventions with children with severe functional limitations, especially children with autism. Although the Interaction Themes are characterised by a relatively simple and self-generated content, they have an essential function because they contain the child’s and music therapist’s joint interaction history. They make up the context within which it is possible to create meaningful interaction with a client group whose expressions are often difficult to understand. This presentation describes the characteristics and functions of Interaction Themes, compares the phenomenon with music therapy case literature and delimits it in regard to other types of music therapy interaction with this client group.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelDisciplines in Dialogue : Psychology, Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum
red.Philip Hughes, John Lawson
Antal sider15
Forlag/udgivende institutionCentre for Research in the Arts, social Sciences and Humanities, Cambridge
Udgivelsesdato2006
PublikationsstatusUdgivet - 2006
BegivenhederDisciplines in Dialogue - Psychology, Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum - Cambridge, Storbritannien
Varighed: 12 maj 200613 maj 2006

Konference

KonferenceDisciplines in Dialogue - Psychology, Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum
LandStorbritannien
ByCambridge
Periode12/05/200613/05/2006

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Interpersonal Relations
Music
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Emneord

  • musikterapi
  • børn med autisme
  • interaktionstemaer

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Holck, U. (2006). Interaction Themes in Music Therapy: A Way of Creating Social Interaction with Low Functioning Autistic Children (invited speaker). i P. Hughes, & J. Lawson (red.), Disciplines in Dialogue: Psychology, Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum Centre for Research in the Arts, social Sciences and Humanities, Cambridge.
Holck, Ulla. / Interaction Themes in Music Therapy : A Way of Creating Social Interaction with Low Functioning Autistic Children (invited speaker). Disciplines in Dialogue: Psychology, Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum. red. / Philip Hughes ; John Lawson. Centre for Research in the Arts, social Sciences and Humanities, Cambridge, 2006.
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Holck, U 2006, Interaction Themes in Music Therapy: A Way of Creating Social Interaction with Low Functioning Autistic Children (invited speaker). i P Hughes & J Lawson (red), Disciplines in Dialogue: Psychology, Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum. Centre for Research in the Arts, social Sciences and Humanities, Cambridge, Disciplines in Dialogue - Psychology, Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum, Cambridge, Storbritannien, 12/05/2006.

Interaction Themes in Music Therapy : A Way of Creating Social Interaction with Low Functioning Autistic Children (invited speaker). / Holck, Ulla.

Disciplines in Dialogue: Psychology, Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum. redaktører / Philip Hughes; John Lawson. Centre for Research in the Arts, social Sciences and Humanities, Cambridge, 2006.

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