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Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Kevin Paczesny Emily Stoll Beulah Fields Allison Garwood Kelly Benge. Music Therapy: History. Began in U.S. in the 18 th century Profession developed around WWI Used in Vet. Hospitals to relieve traumatic war injuries

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complementary and alternative medicine

Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Kevin Paczesny

Emily Stoll

Beulah Fields

Allison Garwood

Kelly Benge

music therapy history
Music Therapy: History
  • Began in U.S. in the 18th century
  • Profession developed around WWI
    • Used in Vet. Hospitals to relieve traumatic war injuries
  • 1950- NAMT (National Association for Music Therapy
    • Worked with veterans, mentally retarded, hearing/visually impaired, psychiatric patient
  • 1998- NAMT joined another professional organization to form AMTA (American Music Therapy Association
music therapy what to expect
Music Therapy: What to Expect
  • No set format. Different for each person
  • Asked to assess goals or concerns
    • Also includes familiarity with music questions
    • Diagnosis of mental or physical troubles
    • If there is no trouble talking about problems or any serious mental health issues then music therapy might not be the treatment for you
  • Asked to perform an activity dealing with music
    • Activities are to help a patient talk about feelings
    • Stimulates the brain
    • Access dormant parts of the brain
  • Next session could be different
music therapy positives
Music Therapy: Positives
  • Can reduce high blood pressure and stress
  • Helps patients with depression, Alzheimer’s, learning disorders, and other intellectual impairments
  • Can increase IQ
  • Relaxing
  • Boost immune system
  • Enhance motor skills
  • Create an open atmosphere so the patient is more willing to talk
  • Can be used with other treatments
music therapy negatives
Music Therapy: Negatives
  • Only one negative outcome
  • If there is a negative reference or image associated with a sound or song used in treatment, the brain can react negatively
  • Negative reaction can continue to develop and alter the brain
    • Results in sickness
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