The Four Types Of Interventions In Music Therapy

Music therapists are trained in areas that equip them with skills to assess, treat, and evaluate individuals of varying ages, backgrounds, and needs. To accomplish specified goals in a music therapy session, music therapists will prepare...

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The Benefits of Music for Young Children

No matter one’s age, music can influence an individual’s cognitive function. Studies show that even simply listening to music increases dopamine, which is a neurotransmitter associated with euphoria, bliss, motivation, & concentration. While...

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Music Therapy and Dementia Care

Dementia is a comprehensive term for a set of symptoms that include memory loss, mood and behaviour changes, and difficulties with problem solving, thinking and language that may eventually impede with an individual’s ability to complete...

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Music Therapy Vs Music Education:

Despite the continued growth of the music therapy field, many may have trouble grasping a solid understanding of what music therapy really is and how it can help.  It is common to confuse music therapy with other forms of musical activity,...

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Music Therapy And Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease or “PD” affects more than 6 million people worldwide.  Each individual living with experience unique symptoms and have unique life histories.  That’s why music therapists seek to treat their clients with a holistic approach–to...

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