Publications

Yanguas, Dalton, Spearman, DaCosta & Dudley (2019) (in process). Impact of Participation in Family Grief Camp on Grief Processing and Coping for Parents and Children. Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Fl.

Dalton T. A. & Krout, R.E. (2017). Using Music Therapy-Based Songwriting to Support Bereaved Students. In Brown, J.A. & Jimerson,S.R.(Eds.). Supporting Bereaved Children in School. Oxford University Press.

Dalton T.A. (2015). The Music Therapy and MIDI Protocol with Hospice Patients diagnosed with COPD. MT space Publishing. Lake Worth, Florida

Dalton T.A. (2015). Sample MSEP Review- GarageBand for iPad. In Krout, R. E. (Eds.). Evaluating electronic music technology resources for music therapy.(pp. 42-44). Barcelona Publishers LLC.

Dalton T.A. (2015). Sample MSEP Review- OnSong for iPad. In Krout, R. E. (Eds.) Evaluating electronic music technology resources for music therapy.(pp. 42-44). Barcelona Publishers LLC.

Dalton T.A. (2015). Sample MSEP Review- GarageBand for Mac. In Krout, R. E. (Eds.). Evaluating electronic music technology resources for music therapy.(pp. 42-44). Barcelona Publishers LLC.

Dalton, T. (2014). Integrative songwriting. In B. Thompson & B. Neimeyer (Eds.). Grief and the Healing Arts: Practice for the Creation of Meaning (pp. 222-225). New York: Routledge – Taylor & Francis Group.

Dalton, T., and Krout, R. E. (2006). The Grief Song-Writing Process with Bereaved Adolescents: An Integrated Grief Model and Music Therapy Protocol. Music Therapy Perspectives, Vol. 24 (2) 94-107.

Dalton, T., and Krout, R. E. (2005). Development of the Grief Process Scale
through music therapy song-writing with bereaved adolescents. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 32, 131-143

Dalton, T., Chand, S., and McCaffrey, R (2000). Aesthetic Expression: Sacred Thread: An International Chant for the New Millennium. International Journal For Human Caring, Volume 4, Number 3, pp 45-46.

Dalton, T. (2000). Healing Children’s Grief Through Drumming, in The Healing Power of the Drum by Robert L. Friedman, pp. 111-114.

 

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