1. 2021
  2. Anti-Oppressive Pedagogy as an Opportunity for Consciousness Raising in the Music Therapy Profession: A Critical Disability Studies Perspective

    Pickard, B., 15 Jan 2021, (Submitted) Music Therapy Perspectives.

    Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationSpecial issue

  3. A Window Into an Evolving Dialogue About the Neurodiversity Movement and Music Therapy: Conversations Between Music Therapy Students, Practitioners, Educators and Researchers Around the Globe and Across the Spectrum of Neurodiversity

    Roginsky, E., Pickard, B., Thompson, G., Metell, M., Elefant, C., Gottschewski, K., Davies, H., Murray, M. & Davis, B., 15 Jan 2021, (Submitted) Music Therapy Perspectives.

    Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationSpecial issue

  4. Understanding and Challenging Music Therapists’ Resistance to Critical Disability Studies Perspectives on Normalcy and Diversity Through Consciousness Raising

    Pickard, B., 15 Jan 2021, (Submitted) Journal of Music Therapy.

    Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationSpecial issue

  5. Engaging in Active, Collaborative Research as a Vehicle for Learning About Researchful Practice in Music Therapy

    Pickard, B. & Coombes, E., 1 Jan 2021, (Accepted/In press).

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

  6. Imagine the possibilities for music therapy: rethinking the therapeutic alliance by engaging with the neurodiversity paradigm

    Thompson, G., Gottschewski, K., Pickard, B., Elefant, C., Metell, M. & Roginsky, E., 1 Jan 2021, (Accepted/In press).

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

  7. 2020
  8. A Critical Reflection on the HCPC Standards of Proficiency for Arts Therapists: A Critical Disability Studies Perspective

    Pickard, B., 4 Nov 2020, In : British Journal of Music Therapy. 00, 00, 13 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  9. “It’s Not What’s Done, But Why It’s Done”: Music Therapists’ Understanding of Normalisation, Maximisation and the Neurodiversity Movement

    Pickard, B., Thompson, G., Metell, M., Roginsky, E. & Elefant, C., 1 Nov 2020, Voices A World Forum for Music Therapy, 20, 3.

    Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationArticle

  10. The Neurodiversity Paradigm Invites Us to Consider Why We Work in the Way We Do as Music Therapists

    Elefant, C., Thompson, G., Metell, M., Roginsky, E., Pickard, B. & Gottschewski, K., 8 Sep 2020, Music Therapy Today: WFMT Online Journal. Heiderscheit, A. (ed.). 1 ed. Online: World Federation of Music Therapy, Vol. 16. p. 79-81 3 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

  11. Investigating the Impact of Volunteering with Melody Music Birmingham (MMB) on the Professional Development and Career Pathways of Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Students

    Pickard, B. & Rushton, R., 5 Aug 2020, (Submitted) In : British Journal of Music Education.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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