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An introduction to music therapy.
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  • Music therapy like, other therapies works with Goals and objectives pertaining to individual clients. Beginning with an assessment of the client weather informal or formal, the music therapist will work to formulate goals to be accomplished in the sessions. Goal areas can include but are not limited to the list here. There are many different musical interventions that could be used in every situation. It is up to the music therapist to determine the most appropriate intervention for the goal and for the patient/client. Music therapy interventions could include the following
  • May5th symposium

    1. 1. WHAT IS MUSICTHERAPY? Channing Shippen
    2. 2. Music Therapy “Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.”- American Music Therapy Association
    3. 3. What is Music Therapy? Music  The medium used to provide therapy Therapy A means of assisting or helping a person
    4. 4. What is Music Therapy? Relationship between Music Therapist and patient using music to address patient needs Individualized plan Holistic, Non-invasive Can meet a variety of clinical goals and clinical needs
    5. 5. The History of Music Therapy in the USA First documented article in 1789 The Early 20th century  1903- National Society of Musical Therapeutics  Eva Augusta  1926– National Association for Music in Hospitals  Isa Maud Ilsen  1941– National Foundation of Music Therapy
    6. 6. The History of Music Therapy in the USA 1944 – Michigan State University Creates the First Academic Program in Music Therapy  E. Thayer Gatson 1950 – National Association for Music Therapy  NAMT 1971 – American Association for Music Therapy  AAMT 1983 – Certification Board for Music Therapists  CBMT 1998 – American Music Therapy Association  AMTA
    7. 7. Music Therapy Today Serving Multiple Populations Correctional and Forensic settings Mental Health settings Medical and Hospice settings School settings Adult retirement and care facilities
    8. 8. Goals, Objectives andInterventionsGoal Areas Interventions Communication  Songwriting Social and Emotional Skills  Lyric analysis Behavioral  Vocalizing (singing) Academic  Listening to Live music or Physical/Motor recorded music Cognitive  Playing instruments Musical  Musical improvisation Psycho Social Support  Guided Imagery (GIM) Alleviate Physical Symptoms  Relaxation to music Speech and Language development  Sound Vibration Daily living skills  Drumming
    9. 9. Training and Credentials Bachelors Degree or Higher in Music Therapy  Includes 1200 hrs of field work and Internship Board Certification Continuing Education
    10. 10. Music Therapy in the Media
    11. 11. The Future of Music TherapyMastersLevelEntryTechnologyiPadiPhoneI Everything! Therapy and Technology Symposium 2011 Berklee’s Music
    12. 12. Conclusion and Questions
    13. 13. References Dunn, B. (2012). More than a song: Exploring the healing art of music therapy. Seattle, WA: University Book Store Hanser, S. B. (1999). New music therapists handbook. Boston, MA: Berklee Press. Davis, W. B., Gfeller, K. E., &Thaut, M. H. (2008). An introduction to music therapy: Theory and practice. Silver Spring, MD: American Music Therapy Association, Inc. Bollard, J. (Director) (2011). Music therapy matters [DVD]. Available from Michaels, S. (Corespondant) (2012). The healing power of music [DVD] Available from Q 2012. Alive inside [DVD]. Available from American Music Therapy Association –