The New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy
The New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy is published annually. It is a journal for music therapists and other professionals interested in music therapy.
The purpose of NZJMT is to extend the knowledge of music therapists and develop their understanding of their own profession and of the context in which they work. It should also help to promote the understanding of the use of music and the place of music therapy in the wider health professional community.
Articles may be accepted which arise from research, clinical and professional perspectives, case studies, interviews of interest, or from experience in music therapy or in related professions. Reviews may be accepted on books, software and DVDs.
The journal publishes only original material, except where reprint rights have been sought for an article of particular relevance to New Zealand practice.
Download Submission Guidelines (pdf).
The closing date for submissions is 28 February annually.
All correspondence regarding NZJMT, including completed submissions should be sent to:
Music Therapy NZ
PO Box 57220
Download NZJMT Index 2006-2012 (pdf)
Download NZJMT Index 1987-2005 (pdf)
Abstracts can be viewed and articles purchased from the Informit database.