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Submissions from 2016

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Women’s Perceptions of the Usefulness of Group Music Therapy in Addictions Recovery, Susan Gardstrom, Abigail Klemm, and Kathleen M. Murphy

Submissions from 2013

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Adjudicated Adolescents, Susan Gardstrom

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The Impact of Group Music Therapy on Negative Affect of People with Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders and Mental Illnesses, Susan Gardstrom, Jacklyn Bartkowski, Joy Willenbrink, and Wiebke S. Diestelkamp

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Women with Addictions: Music Therapy Clinical Postures and Interventions, Susan Gardstrom, Maria Carlini, Jessica Josefczyk, and Amy Love

Submissions from 2012

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Undergraduate Music Therapy Students’ Experiences as Clients in Short-Term Group Music Therapy, Nancy A. Jackson and Susan Gardstrom

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The Effect of Pre-­meal, Vocal Re-creative Music Therapy on Nutritional Intake of Residents with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias: A Pilot Study, Larisa McHugh, Susan Gardstrom, James Hiller, Megan Brewer, and Wiebke S. Diestelkamp

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Music Therapy within the Context of Psychotherapeutic Models, Mary Scovel and Susan Gardstrom

Submissions from 2011

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Personal Therapy for Undergraduate Music Therapy Students: A Survey of AMTA Program Coordinators, Susan Gardstrom and Nancy A. Jackson

Submissions from 2007

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Music Therapy Improvisation for Groups: Essential Leadership Competencies, Susan Gardstrom

Submissions from 2004

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An Investigation of Meaning in Clinical Music Improvisation with Troubled Adolescents, Susan Gardstrom