This book will give clinicians key notes for practice and a vision of the integral role music therapy can have in the successful rehabilitation from brain injury.
Author: Simon Gilbertson
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Musical improvisation is an increasingly recognised rehabilitative therapy for people who have experienced traumatic brain injury initially thought to be `unreachable' or `non-responsive'. Music Therapy and Traumatic Brain Injury demonstrates how music therapy can be used to attend to the holistic, rather than purely functional, needs of people affected by severe head trauma. Divided into three parts, the first section provides an introduction to the effects brain injury has on a person's livelihood. The second is a comprehensive review of available literature on the use of music therapy in the neurorehabilitative setting. The final section examines three case studies designed according to `therapeutic narrative analysis', an adaptive research method that uses interviewing and video, which focuses on the unique relationship between the professional and the patient. This book will give clinicians key notes for practice and a vision of the integral role music therapy can have in the successful rehabilitation from brain injury.
The authors show that where neuro-degenerative disease restricts movement, communication and thought processes and impairs the sense of self, music therapy is an effective intervention in neurological rehabilitation, successfully restoring ...
Author: David Aldridge
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
The authors show that where neuro-degenerative disease restricts movement, communication and thought processes and impairs the sense of self, music therapy is an effective intervention in neurological rehabilitation, successfully restoring the performance of identity within which clients can recognise themselves.
Processes of music therapy : Clinical and scientific rationales and models . In S.
Hallam , I. ... Neurologic music therapy and group psychotherapy for treatment of
traumatic brain injury : Evaluation of a cognitive rehabilitation group . Music ...
Author: Michael H. Thaut
Publisher: Oxford Library of Psychology
The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Brain is a groundbreaking compendium of current research on music in the human brain. It brings together an international roster of 54 authors from 13 countries providing an essential guide to this rapidly growing field.
The value of music therapy in neurological rehabilitation is increasingly recognised and this practical manual provides comprehensive guidance for clinicians on the application of music therapy methods in neurorehabilitation.
Author: Jeanette Tamplin
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
The value of music therapy in neurological rehabilitation is increasingly recognised and this practical manual provides comprehensive guidance for clinicians on the application of music therapy methods in neurorehabilitation. Felicity Baker and Jeanette Tamplin combine research findings with their own clinical experience and present step-by-step instructions and guidelines on how to implement music therapy techniques for a range of therapeutic needs. Photographs clearly illustrate interventions for physical rehabilitation, for example through the use of musical instruments to encourage targeted movement. The chapter on cognitive rehabilitation includes resources and lists suitable songs for use in immediate memory or abstract thinking tasks, among others. In her chapter on paediatric patients, Jeanette Kennelly demonstrates how procedures can be adapted for working clinically with children. A comprehensive list of terminology commonly used in neurological rehabilitation is also included. Music Therapy Methods in Neurorehabilitation will prove an invaluable reference book for music therapy clinicians and students. It is also suitable for work with other populations, in particular for work in special education.
Dr. Roth specializes in the rehabilitation of patients with stroke , traumatic brain
injury , spinal cord injury , and other ... Sarah Thompson , MM , MT - BC , CBIS , is
an award - winning and board - certified music therapist and brain injury ...
Author: Mike Dow
Publisher: Hay House
Dr. Mike Dow is a best-selling author, psychotherapist, and relationship expert. So why is he writing a book about stroke? Well, what you probably don't know about Dr. Mike is that his younger brother, David, is a stroke survivor. What's more, David's stroke happened when he was only 10 years old. This means most of Dr. Mike's teenage years were spent witnessing what his family was dealing with trying to find the best treatments for David. He struggled to know what to do to help his brother. He watched helplessly as his brother wrestled with depression, trying to find the motivation to recover on top of the challenges of adolescence. He mourned the loss of what could have been-and he was angry. How his family would have loved to sit down with top experts in stroke treatment to find out what they should be doing and have their questions answered. Now Dr. Mike has the ability to do just that, and he's doing it so that others in his family's position don't have the same struggle. Armed with questions from stroke survivors and their loved ones, Dr. Mike talks with the best clinicians to get over 100 answers you need to know to maximize your recovery.
Depending on the severity of the injury , however , many patients never reach this
stage , or may take years to do so . MUSIC THERAPY FOR PATIENTS WITH
STROKE AND TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Our previous discussion makes it
Author: William Barron Davis
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
Available for the first time in paperback, this low-cost, high-quality guide to music therapy thought, research, and practice is the ideal text for a one semester overview and the perfect handbook for the practicing professional. You'll find that Davis, Gfeller, and Thaut's detailed descriptions of the populations most likely to receive music therapy are strongly supported by background material and extensive references, helping students build a firm base from which to explore the range of current healing modalities.
Music therapy and bibliotherapy in the rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury : A
case study . Arts in Psychotherapy , 8 ( 2 ) , 149 - 156 . Grundy , A . ( 1989 ) . The
effects of music and the Somatron on the physiological and speech responses of
Author: Alicia Ann Clair
In this comprehensively updated second edition, written by Alicia Ann Clair and Jenny Memmott the extraordinary benefits of music therapy for older adults are detailed. Therapeutic Uses of Music with Older Adults not only examines these benefits but also clarifies the reasons that music is beneficial. This important book shows both informal and formal caregivers how to use music to enhance the quality of life of older adults - including people with physical impairments and people with dementia. Written by two of the nation's leading music therapists, Therapeutic Uses of Music with Older Adults offers strategies for using music to: provide diversion for inactivity, discomfort, and daily routine; decrease symptoms of depression, anxiety insomnia, and agitation; handle problem behaviors; provide physical and emotional stimulation; help in the rehabilitation of people with cardiac disease, Parkinson's disease, and impairments related to stroke; help in the management of pain; facilitate social integration; communication; and the expression of feelings, including anger and grief; and relieve the stress and tension associated with caring for older adults.
Theoretical and Clinical Applications Cheryl Dileo. who have experienced
cerebrovascular accidents / strokes , traumatic brain injuries , multiple sclerosis ,
Parkinson ' s disease , or coma seem to benefit from a music therapy group
Author: Cheryl Dileo
Doctors, nurses, hospital administrators, patients, patients' families and music therapists explore the clinical uses of music therapy and the role of the music therapist in patient care.
Music therapy is growing internationally to be one of the leading evidence-based psychosocial allied health professions to meet needs across the lifespan. This is a comprehensive text on this topic.
Author: Jane Edwards
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Music therapy is growing internationally to be one of the leading evidence-based psychosocial allied health professions, meeting needs right across the lifespan.In the Oxford Handbook of Music Therapy, international leaders in the field from 10 countries have contributed their expertise to showcase contemporary music therapy. They share knowledgable perspectives from multiple models of music therapy that have developed throughout the world, includingNordoff-Robbins Music Therapy, The Field of Play, Community Music Therapy, and Resource Oriented Music Therapy. There is extensive information provided as to how music therapists practice and with whom,as well as the techniques used in music therapy individually and in groups, the research basis for the work, and professional and training issues in the field.