Episode 39: The Music Therapist’s Library

by MTRT on February 12, 2013

As music therapists, we begin building our libraries during our studies — textbooks, journal articles, and other readings that are assigned to us. But when it comes time to enter the professional world, what kinds of materials do you choose to add to your library?

In episode 39 of the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, we’ll discuss the must-have books on our shelves, and how we go about selecting the reading material that will benefit our work most.

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Lisa Krishnan June 8, 2013 at 11:44 pm

I would highly recommend the website “goodreads” for organizing and keeping track of books that you would like to read and/or books you have already read! They have most of the hallmark MT textbooks and of course anything more ‘mainstream.’ They have an app which makes it easy to add a book when you are mid conversation with someone while out and about or when you are browsing around a bookstore and see something of interest! You can also follow your friends’ books, add updates on what you are currently reading etc.
Thanks for the mention of “A stroke of insight” – that is on my ‘to-read’ list as well and I’ve been wanting to check it out! Take care, Lisa Krishnan


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