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    • Music therapy

    • Music therapy

      Music therapy is the use of interventions to accomplish individual goals within a therapeutic relationship by a professional who has completed an approved music therapy program. Music therapy is an allied health profession and one of the expressive therapies, consisting of a process in which a music therapist uses musi ... Read »


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    • Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory

    • Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory

      Alive Inside: A Story of Music and Memory is a 2014 American documentary film directed and produced by Michael Rossato-Bennett. The film premiered in competition category of U.S. Documentary Competition program at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 18, 2014. It won the Audience Award: U.S. Documentary at the fe ... Read »


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    • Autism: The Musical

    • Autism: The Musical

      Autism: The Musical is an independent documentary film directed by Tricia Regan. In April 2007, the film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. The film recounts six months of the lives of five children who are on the autism spectrum in Los Angeles, California as they write and rehearse for an origina ... Read »


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    • Cannabis and time perception

    • The effect of cannabis on time perception has been studied with inconclusive results. Studies show consistently throughout the literature that most cannabis users self-report the experience of a slowed perception of time. In the laboratory, researchers have confirmed the effect of cannabis on the perception of time in ... Read »


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    • Drum circle

    • A drum circle is any group of people playing (usually) hand-drums and percussion in a circle. They are distinct from a drumming group or troupe in that the drum circle is an end in itself rather than preparation for a performance. They can range in size from a handful of players to circles with thousands of participant ... Read »


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    • Improvisation in music therapy

    • In music therapy improvisation is defined as a process where the client and therapist relate to each other. The client makes up music, musical improvisation, while singing or playing, extemporaneously creating a melody, rhythm, song, or instrumental piece. In clinical improvisation, client and therapist (or client and ... Read »


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    • Institute for Music and Neurologic Function

    • The Institute for Music and Neurologic Function is a US nonprofit organization conducting research into and applying music therapy. It is located in The Bronx, New York City. The institute—a member of the CenterLight Health System (formerly Beth Abraham Family of Health Services)—has for 35 years conducted c ... Read »


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    • Mariam Cannon Hayes School of Music

    • The Mariam Cannon Hayes School of Music is part of Appalachian State University and is one of the premier public music schools in the eastern United States. A fully accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music, the Hayes School of Music offers undergraduate programs in music education, music perfor ... Read »


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    • Melodic Intonation Therapy

    • Melodic Intonation Therapy (MIT) is a therapeutic process used by music therapists and speech-language pathologists to help patients with communication disorders caused by damage to the left hemisphere of the brain. This method of therapy uses musical elements, including melody and rhythm, to improve expressive languag ... Read »


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    • Music as a coping strategy

    • Music as a coping strategy involves the use of music (either through listening or playing music) in order to reduce many of the psychological and physical manifestations of stress, as well as stress itself. The use of music to cope with stress is an example of an emotion-focused, adaptive coping strategy in that it is ... Read »


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    • Music therapy for Alzheimer's disease


    • Music therapy for non-fluent aphasia

    • Music therapy for non-fluent aphasia is a method for treating patients who have lost the ability to speak after a stroke or accident. Non-fluent aphasia, also called expressive aphasia, is a neurological disorder that deprives patients of the ability to express language. It is usually caused by stroke or lesions in Bro ... Read »


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    • Music therapy in Canada

    • Music therapy has existed in Canada in various forms since the 1950s. As of 2009, there were six undergraduate and two graduate music therapy training programs in Canada. In 1956, Fran Herman, one of Canada's music therapy pioneers, began a 'remedial music' program at the Home For Incurable Children, now known as the ... Read »


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    • The Music Therapy Trust

    • The Music Therapy Trust

      The Music Therapy Trust is a registered charity in India founded by Margaret Lobo, who is the Founder and Director of the Otakar Kraus Music Trust, UK. The trust is concerned with providing music therapy to children and adults facing difficult psycho social and physical challenges especially those from poorer section o ... Read »


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    • Neurologic music therapy

    • Neurologic music therapy (NMT) is the therapeutic application of music to cognitive, sensory, and motor dysfunctions that come from human neurologic diseases. NMT treatment is based on stimulating music perception and production parts in the human brain, and the effects thereof on nonmusical and behavior functions. The ... Read »


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    • Nordoff-Robbins music therapy

    • The Nordoff-Robbins approach to music therapy, also known as creative music therapy, developed from the 17-year collaboration of Paul Nordoff and Clive Robbins beginning in 1958. It was originally devised as a therapy for children with psychological, physical, or developmental disabilities. Its early development was in ... Read »


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    • Orchestra Invisibile

    • Orchestra Invisibile

      The Orchestra Invisibile (Invisible Orchestra) is an Italian band formed in 2005 in Cascina Rossago (PV, Italy), the first Italian farm community designed to meet the needs and unfold possibilities of young adults with autism. The original group, formed by the first guests of Cascina Rossago and some students, tra ... Read »


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    • Pacifier-activated lullaby

    • PAL: Pacifier Activated Lullaby is a pacifier fitted with an adapter, which houses a computer chip that activates a CD player outside the incubator. Developed in 2000 by Dr. Jayne M. Standley along with the Center for Music Research at Florida State University, the PAL is used during music therapy interventions in the ... Read »


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    • Posi music

    • Posi Music (pronounced pah-zee) has been around since the 1940s, though only recently has a definitive label been applied to music in this genre. Short for Positive Music, Posi Music is categorized by its intention to have a positive effect on the listener. Musicians who write and perform Posi Music profess a desire fo ... Read »


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    • Psychoanalysis and music

    • The relationship between psychoanalysis and music is as old as the history of psychoanalysis itself. Psychoanalysts have examined musical phenomena, and the relationship has been reciprocal, as also musicologists have applied psychoanalysis to their work. Music therapy, too, has utilized psychoanalytic theories. S ... Read »


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    • Purple Songs Can Fly

    • Purple Songs Can Fly

      Purple Songs Can Fly is a unique program that provides a musical outlet for the many children being treated for cancer and blood disorders at Texas Children's Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. In this program, which is the first of its kind, the children and their siblings work with founder, Anita Kruse- a songwriter an ... Read »


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    • Renaissance Enterprises

    • Renaissance Enterprises is a nonprofit organization devoted to bringing the arts to residents of long term care facilities and senior centers. They are one of the few agencies to address the need for regular arts and therapeutic music interaction between professional artists, artisans and performers and the isolated el ... Read »


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    • Roads to You

    • Roads to You is the name of a continued series of cultural workshops intended to promote peace and tolerance through music. The program was founded by Jordanian composer and pianist Zade Dirani. In the wake of the tragic attacks of 9/11, Zade was moved to do something positive to promote peace in the wake of such ... Read »


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    • Peter Seivewright

    • Peter Seivewright (born 1954 in Skipton, England) is a British pianist. After music studies at Oxford, he was a post-graduate student at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, where he studied piano with Ryszard Bakst. Although he has released several recordings, including discs of Carl Nielsen, Victor ... Read »


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    • Singing bowl

    • Singing bowls (also known as Tibetan Singing Bowls, rin gongs, Himalayan bowls or suzu gongs) are a type of bell, specifically classified as a standing bell. Rather than hanging inverted or attached to a handle, singing bowls sit with the bottom surface resting, and the rim vibrates to produce sound characterized by a ... Read »


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    • Sound healing

    • Sound healing is the process by which participants play or listen to live or recorded sounds, in order to have a positive experience, which they may subjectively report as physical, emotional, energetic, spiritual, or a combination thereof. Sound healing differs from music therapy in significant ways. Firstly, sound h ... Read »


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    • Soundbeam

    • Soundbeam

      Soundbeam is an interactive MIDI hardware and software system developed by The Soundbeam Project / EMS in which movement within a series of ultrasonic beams is used to control multimedia hardware and software. Soundbeam uses a combination of ultrasound (sonar) and tangible (foot controller) inputs to generate MIDI ... Read »


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    • TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process

    • The TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process, developed by Austrian percussionist Reinhard Flatischler, is a musical, meditative group process for people who want to develop their awareness of rhythm. In a TaKeTiNa process, there are three different rhythmic layers—represented by the voice, claps, and steps—that continue simu ... Read »


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    • Tinnitus retraining therapy

    • Tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT) is a form of habituation therapy designed to help people who suffer from tinnitus, a ringing, buzzing, hissing, or other sound in the ears when no external sound is present. Two key components of TRT directly follow from the neurophysiological model of tinnitus. One of these principles ... Read »


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    • Treatment of bereavement through music therapy

    • Treatment of Bereavement Through Music Therapy: Bereavement, as defined by Webster, is the state of being bereaved or deprived of something or someone. The DSM-IV TR lists Bereavement as a mental health diagnosis when the focus of clinical attention is related to the loss of a loved one and when symptoms of Major Depre ... Read »


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    • Vibe rock

    • Vibe rock (also called Vibe music, or simply Vibe) is a broad term consisting of music that differs in its sound, context and regional roots. Genres under the Vibe rock umbrella consist of but not limited to: Alternative, Rock, Pop Rock, Folk Rock, and Electronic. Vibe rock has been identified as a response to the ofte ... Read »


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    • World Federation of Music Therapy

    • The World Federation of Music Therapy (WFMT) is an international, non-profit music therapy corporation, organized under the laws of the state of North Carolina in the USA. The WFMT's mission is to promote global awareness of both the scientific and artistic nature of the profession, while also contributing to its devel ... Read »


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