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THE USE OF TOUCH WITH OLDER ADULTS IN MUSIC THERAPY SESSIONS
The purpose of this study was to explore how board-certified music therapists are currently using touch with older adults in clinical music therapy settings, what factors influence the use of touch, and which, if any, ...
Music therapy in hospice: Spanish language repertoire, approaches, and challenges
The purpose of this study was to investigate Spanish language repertoire with Spanish-speaking patients, as well as specific techniques and challenges used by music therapists in the hospice setting. An electronic survey ...
Heart rate entrainment to external auditory rhythm: A pilot study
Heart rate entrainment to external auditory rhythm has numerous applications to clinical music therapy practice, including increasing arousal or inducing relaxation. However, research regarding the ability of heart rate ...
SURVEY OF MUSIC THERAPISTS' NON-STANDARD PRIMARY INSTRUMENT USE IN CLINICAL WORK
The purpose of this study was to explore if and how board-certified music therapists are currently using their non-standard primary instruments (NSPI) in music therapy clinical settings, and to clarify details regarding ...
Evaluating NICU Music Therapy Employment Trends in Top U.S. Hospitals for Neonatology
Though research has documented the positive effects of music therapy on infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), a paucity of research exists specifically evaluating the characteristics and trends of employment ...