Music and technology are ubiquitous. In recent decades, developments in music-listening technology have ensured that our personal music is everywhere and accessible at all times. But how does the coupling of these two phenomena work in therapeutic contexts? In this groundbreaking handbook, Carola Werger, Marijke Groothuis, and Artur Jaschke investigate the various opportunities that music technology can bring to the profession, the field, and the development of music therapy in general. The book provides a theoretical framework in which the practice-based approach is embedded, but it can also be used in education or as a guide in everyday clinical practice.