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    Music therapy by Robin Gulati Music therapy by Robin Gulati Presentation Transcript

    • MUSIC THERAPy
      A brief presentation by:-
      ROBIN GULATI
    • Music therapy
      An interpersonal process in which the therapist uses music to help clients to improve or maintain their health.
       Used with individuals of all ages and with a variety of conditions.
    • To help patients make changes in their lives so as to adjust better to or overcome obstacles.
    • conditions
      Psychiatric disorders, medical problems, physical handicaps, sensory impairments, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, communication disorders, interpersonal problems, and aging.
    • Types of Therapies
      There are two types of music therapy: adaptive and palliative.
      Adaptive music therapy: Used to help people adapt to their handicaps.
      Palliative music therapy: Used to treat the symptoms of patients with physical, mental and emotional disturbances. 
    • benefits
      They regain a sense of control over lives.
      Music therapy strengthens memories.
      It improves overall mood and emotional well-being.
      It helps manage pain without the use of drugs.
    • It helps increase their social interactions with others.
      Promote positive changes in the wellbeing of an individual.
      Stimulates a relaxation response which can therefore lead to physiological changes in the body.
    • Processed in both hemispheres of the brain and this stimulation has been shown to help in development of language and speech functions.
      Music encourages verbal as well as non verbal communication and promotes social interaction and relatedness.
    • acceptance
      Music therapy is gaining wider acceptance in the general medical community and has certainly stood the test of time.
    • KEEP LISTENING & KEEP HEALTHY