Music Therapy Ethics & Human Rights: Supportive Evidence

Music Therapy Ethics & Human Rights: Supportive Evidence
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Music Therapy Ethics & Human Rights: Supportive Evidence
Kris Holt|@krisholt|April 25, 2023 10:28 AM

In the zone of music therapy ethics, consider the power imbalances that may exist in the relationships between us and our clients. Becoming enlightened of these imbalances is the first step in developing personal insight within our work. It’s unquestionably a very enriching exercise!

As a field, we may not be as diverse as the clients we serve. We don’t have as many people of color, international members, people who were born outside the country who practice in our field. Some vestige shows that international students come to the U.S. to study, but they struggle when they return to their home cultures. In the U.S., we may operate from a more Euro-American standpoint. We have work to do to both meet the needs of our clients and meet the needs of prospective professionals.

Furthermore, we use evidence-based practice with our clients, and it’s important to stay up-to-date on the research. Here’s a little window into the vestige that supports unfurled human rights sponsorship and multiculturalism within our field and our work —

Go deeper and join us!

If you’d like to REALLY dig in to the research virtually human rights & ethics, then trammels out Dr. Natasha Thomas’s Ethics & Human Rights courseIt fulfills the music therapy values requirement! Here’s what’s included:

  • You’ll learn a 5-point framework for exploring values & human rights so that as you encounter upstanding dilemmas you’ll finger confident moving forward.
  • You’ll have wangle to the supportive forum where all your questions get answered.
  • You’ll be a witness to deep exploration of how our cultural preliminaries impacts the service to our clients, so that your clients may finger plane increasingly honored and understood.

Join us in the undertow today!

Natasha Thomas Values & Human Rights

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