This article presents a model of clinical techniques of improvisation in music therapy. The basic elements of therapeutic process are outlined and organized into a model of improvisation that provides a synthesis of clinical musical techniques. This learning tool is meant to function as an explanatory guide and a mnemonic device for student and interns, as well as the professional music therapy practitioner. The work of innovative contributors to this topic is considered in light of this model.
Lauzon, Paul J. L. (2006) The Playwheel: A Model for Therapeutic Improvisation/« The Playwheel » : Un modèle d'improvisation thérapeutique. In: Canadian Journal of Music Therapy, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 92-107. Available at https://openmusiclibrary.org/article/48408/.