Music therapy for autistic children in Aoetera, New Zealand (Rickson) — Reviewed by Hernandez-Ruiz

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https://doi.org/10.56883/aijmt.2024.41

Abstract

This is a review of the book "Music therapy for autistic children in Aoetera, New Zealand" by Daphne Rickson.

Title: Music therapy for autistic children in Aoetera, New Zealand Author: Daphne Rickson Publication year: 2022 Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Pages: 421 ISBN: 978-3031052323

Author Biography

Eugenia Hernandez-Ruiz, Arizona State University, USA

Eugenia Hernandez-Ruiz PhD, MT-BC is a Mexican, US-trained music therapist and Assistant Professor at Arizona State University, USA. Her research interests include early intervention with autistic children and their families, parent coaching, music neuroscience, and music therapy student development. Through her music therapy agency in Mexico, MusiCura, S.C., she provides music therapy services, workshops, and educational materials for parents, and supervision to other professionals. She is Associate Editor of Music Therapy Perspectives and part of the editorial board of the Journal of Music Therapy. She currently serves the chair of the Professional Training and Education of the Asociación de Musicoterapeutas de Mexico. [Eugenia.Hernandez.Ruiz@asu.edu]

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2023-08-04

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Book Reviews