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Logomúsica: a criação de um novo approach musicoterápico como veículo na promoção da saúde mental; Logomusic: the creation of a new music therapy approach as tool in the promotion of mental health

Leonardi, Juliana
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 31/08/2011 PT
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Esta pesquisa teve por objetivo a criação de um novo approach musicoterápico inspirado na logoterapia como veículo na promoção da saúde mental. Deste encontro e diálogo entre a logoterapia e as práticas musicoterápicas de base existencial-humanista e cultural, em um contexto de intervenção e pesquisa, nasceu a logomúsica, abordagem musicoterápica criada pelos pesquisadores. Foi montado um grupo de estudo com 15 usuários de um Centro Atenção Psicossocial ao longo de 10 meses de atuação e intervenção com encontros semanais de 1 hora. O trabalho de campo contou com três observadores-participantes treinados para registro no diário de campo e registro audiovisual, além de uma musicoterapeuta como co-terapeuta no piano, violão e percussão. Como procedimentos, realizamos entrevistas individuais iniciais com os sujeitos-pesquisadores, período de observação participante, implantação de ciclos musicoterápicos, a construção coletiva de um espetáculo poético-musical (baseado no protagonismo), a realização de uma mostra artística-terapêutica e uma roda comunitária final para partilhas com os participantes. Os valores dos sujeitos-pesquisadores, a partir deste processo, revelaram a importância do papel da liberdade...

Realidade aumentada musical para reabilitação: estudo de caso em musicoterapia.; Musical augmented reality for rehabilitation: a case study in music therapy.

Corrêa, Ana Grasielle Dionísio
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 14/10/2011 PT
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Musicoterapia é a ciência que utiliza elementos sonoro-ritmico-musicais no tratamento, reeducação, reabilitação e recuperação de indivíduos com diversas patologias ou ainda na área preventiva. Muitas vezes, pacientes com deficiência física grave, necessitam de adaptações nos instrumentos musicais para realizar o fazer musical musicoterapêutico. Algumas adaptações são feitas sob encomenda pelo musicoterapeuta e, portanto, em pequenas quantidades para o setor. Algumas vezes, um recurso adaptador de prática instrumental atende apenas às necessidades de uma determinada incapacidade física, sendo que para outras, este mesmo recurso pode ser desconfortável. Para alguns pacientes pode ser interessante colocar em prática algumas orientações recebidas na sessão de Musicoterapia em ambiente domiciliar. Entretanto, a situação econômica de alguns pacientes associada ao elevado preço de alguns instrumentos musicais adaptados, dificulta ou inviabiliza a continuidade do tratamento em ambiente domiciliar. Neste trabalho, buscou-se investigar se seria possível conceber um sistema eletrônico interativo capaz de apoiar e ampliar as estratégias de intervenções musicoterapêuticas. A metodologia da pesquisa seguiu a estratégia exploratória...

Musicoterapia institucional na saúde do trabalhador : conexões, interfaces e produções; Institutional music therapy in workers’ healt h: connections, interfaces and production

Guazina, Laize Soares; Tittoni, Jaqueline
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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Este trabalho propõe e analisa a Musicoterapia como estratégia de produção de saúde do trabalhador, em estudo desenvolvido junto a profissionais técnicas de enfermagem de uma Unidade de Terapia Intensiva infantil de um hospital público da cidade de Porto Alegre. A atenção à saúde dos trabalhadores produz novas questões teórico-conceituais, práticas, éticas e políticas no campo da Musicoterapia, ligadas ao território do trabalho e suas configurações contemporâneas, ao “ser” trabalhador e à saúde, e que têm implicações sobre a Musicoterapia e o musicoterapeuta na contemporaneidade. À luz das contribuições de Foucault, este trabalho centraliza-se na discussão do hospital como território de produção de subjetividades, a partir do desenvolvimento do conceito de ‘Panáudio’, mapeando e analisando efeitos deste dispositivo, que se efetivam pelos contextos sonoros. Aponta controles e resistências possíveis e propõe a produção de novas subjetividades pelo uso das práticas musicais em Musicoterapia em uma proposta de abordagem institucional.; This paper proposes and analyzes Music Therapy as a production strategy towards workers’ health in a study developed with nurse technicians from a Children’s Intensive Care Center of a public hospital in Porto Alegre. The concern with workers’ health brings about new theoretical...

Application of receptive music therapy in internal medicine and cardiology

Marconato,Cyntia; Munhoz,Eva Cantalejo; Menim,Marcia Maria; Albach,Maria Thereza
Fonte: Sociedade Brasileira de Cardiologia - SBC Publicador: Sociedade Brasileira de Cardiologia - SBC
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/08/2001 EN
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OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effects of receptive music therapy in clinical practice. METHODS: Receptive music therapy was individually applied via musical auditions, including five stages: musical stimulation, sensation, situation, reflection, and behavioral alteration. Following anamnesis and obtainment of consent, patients answered a first questionnaire on health risk evaluation (Q1), and after participating in 16 weekly music therapy sessions, answered a second one (Q2). RESULTS: Two men and 8 women, aged above 18 years, referred to us due to symptoms of stress, emotional suffering, and the need to change lifestyles (health risk behavior) were studied between August 1998 and December 1999. Comparison between answers to Q1 and Q2, showed a trend (P=0.059) for reduction of ingestion of cholesterol-rich foods and for increased prospects in life with a tendency towards improvement, and also of increased intake of fiber-rich food (55.6%), increased levels of personal satisfaction (44.5%), and decreased levels of stress (66.7%). CONCLUSION: The study demonstrated decreased stress levels and increased personal satisfaction, higher consumption of fiber-rich food, lower cholesterol intake, and a better perspective on life, suggesting that receptive music therapy may be applied in clinical practice as an auxiliary therapeutic intervention for the treatment of behavioral health risks.

A escuta diferenciada das dificuldades de aprendizagem: um pensarsentiragir integral mediado pela musicoterapia; The differentiated listening of learning difficulties: a thinkfeelact integral mediated by music therapy

NASCIMENTO, Sandra Rocha do
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Doutorado em Educação; Ciências Humanas Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Doutorado em Educação; Ciências Humanas
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
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The project, developed at the line of research Culture and Educacional Process, analise the difficulty of learning (DA) on a full time school with the objective to understand its expression and action proposition. The methodology based on a whole search action, at perspective existence phenomenon using lots of techniques, data collection and actions music therapy interdisciplinary multidirectional to support on listening, balancing experiences, actions and comprehension. The results point to theree axial categories: life space interinfluent, intersubjective perception and acts interflectives, showing that DA must be seem to the point of differential and amplification, configurate music therapy as time- space of trans-formation to dimensions for think, feel and act. The referential theory and subsidiary of Merleau-Ponty, on her proposal analytical hyper dialectic the proposition of the dialog with other theory. Same as a real complex, a DA and multifactor‟s interinfluent are explained by different approaches, across study on education areas psychology and music therapy (LEWIN, 1965;1973; FREIRE, 1970; RIBEIRO, 1994; BARCELLOS, 2004). Learning difficulties were understood in a broad way, through a differentiated listening that integrated (knowledge and locus varied in their speeches) to the apprehension of the mutual constitution of subject and medium. Understanding this fully...

O efeito da musicoterapia na qualidade de vida e na pressão arterial do paciente hipertenso; The effect of music therapy on quality of life and blood pressure of hypertensive patients

ZANINI, Claudia Regina de Oliveira
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Doutorado em Ciencias da Saude; Ciencias da Saude Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Doutorado em Ciencias da Saude; Ciencias da Saude
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
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INTRODUCTION: Arterial Hypertension (AH) is a mass disease, with consequences for the cardiocirculatory system. It may result in an increase in morbidity and mortality rates. Controlling blood pressure (BP) lessens complications and helps preserve quality of life (QL). Studies have shown the positive effects of music as a coadjuvant in the treatment of various pathologies. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the effect of music therapy on QL and in the control of BP in hypertensive patients. METHODS: This project was approved by the Ethics Committee of the UFG Clinical Hospital. A controlled clinical trial evaluated patients of both sexes, over 50 years old, AH stage 1, under medication and enrolled in a multidisciplinary AH treatment program. They were divided into experimental (EG) and control (CG) groups. In addition to conventional treatment, the EG participated in weekly music therapy sessions over 12 weeks. The CG continued with the program‟s regular treatment. Before and after the intervention, two QL-evaluation instruments, the SF-36 and Bulpitt and Fletcher questionnaires, were administered to the two groups. Change in BP was also measured. The voice, an important element in communication and a reflection of physical, psychological and emotional state...

Musicoterapia como campo do representacional: educadores sociais e a produção de corpos sonoros e subjetividades; Music therapy as a field of representational: educators and the production of sound bodies and subjectivities

VALENTIN, Fernanda
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Música; Linguística, Letras e Artes Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Música; Linguística, Letras e Artes
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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When taking knowledge of the existence of institutions of internment for adolescent authors of infracionais acts, appeared the interest in knowing them and investigating the reality of the social educators who act there. In a generalized manner, it is noticed that these professionals are citizens diverse anxiogenic situations e, on the other hand, is not given the had attention to the personal dimension of the same ones. Ahead of this, one perceived that the potential of the Music Therapy could contribute in the social education context, since this therapeutical one privileges the interaction between body, sound and music. Thus, the present study it had as objective generality to investigate as the Music Therapy can contribute in the production of sonorous bodies and subjectivities of social educators who act in centers of internment and attendance for adolescent authors of infracionais acts, aiming at to identify the music therapeutics experiences as field of the representational. One is about a qualitative research, with characteristic to interdisciplinary, having as referential theoretician workmanships of the areas of Social Education, Social Psychology, Cultural History, Music, Music Therapy and, still, the Theories of the Social Representations evidenced mainly in the thoughts of Moscovici and Chartier. The field research was carried through next to two groups formed for social educators of two units of internment...

Contribuição da musicoterapia no fortalecimento da subjetividade de adolescentes participantes de um projeto social; Contribution of music therapy in strengthening subjectivity of adolescents participating in a social project

SANTOS, Hermes Soares dos
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Música; Linguística, Letras e Artes Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Música; Linguística, Letras e Artes
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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Adolescence is a phenomenon known by society as a period of crisis, complex and problematic, with ambiguity. Such characteristics are considered to be intrinsic at this period of life. Historic psychology itself, comprehend the adolescent as a historic person: A person influenced by the relationship that he stablishes in certain space and time as any other human being. Therefore, his subjectiveness isn t limited through universal concepts. As from this comprehension about the adolescence, we made this current research with a group of seven adolescents, four male and three female, within a music therapy environment (setting) at a social fundation located in periphery of Goiânia city. At this environment (setting), were used technics such as, improvisation, hearing, recreation and musical compositions. Another playful activities involving reverberant musical elements were used as well. For these activities, were used Cds, musical instruments, recorders, K7 and sound machine. The main goal of this research was to investigate how Music Therapy can contribute with the strengthening of the subjectivity of these adolescents. The researcher has focused into the construction of feelings from the interaction of these adolescents during the process and contents expressed at the last interviews. We used Music Therapy...

Musicoterapia na promoção da saúde: um cuidado para a qualidade de vida e controle do estresse acadêmico; Music therapy in health promotion: a caution to the quality of life and control of academic stress

Panacioni, Graziela França Alves
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Musica (EMAC); Escola de Música e Artes Cênicas - EMAC (RG) Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Musica (EMAC); Escola de Música e Artes Cênicas - EMAC (RG)
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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Stress is a part of people’s daily lives and is influenced by many factors. Entering academic life can increase stress levels and generate physical and/or psychological symptoms that affect students’ quality of life and health. The aim of this research, which used qualitative and quantitative methodology, was to investigate the effect of music therapy in stress management for a group of undergraduate and graduate students and investigate the effect of music therapy on the quality of life of these subjects. We included undergraduate and graduate students at UFG, aged 18 years and older, who showed some level of stress on Lipp’s Stress Symptoms Inventory - LSSI (Lipp, 1996),. The subjects were referred to the research program through UFG’s Saudavelmente Program linked to the Social Service Division of PROCOM – the Office of the Dean of Academic Affairs, after approval by the university’s Ethics Committee. Qualitative data were collected using socio-demographic questionnaires, music therapy forms, semi-structured interviews, reports and audios and videos of the sessions. LSSI and WHOQOL-Bref (for assessment of quality of life), were used for collecting quantitative data. Both were administered by a psychologist involved in the research before and after the music therapy sessions. We established a closed group of nine students who participated in ten music therapy sessions lasting from sixty to ninety minutes and used the musical experiences described by Bruscia (2000). In the music therapy process...

Experts’ by experience perspectives of music therapy in mental health care: a multimodal evaluation through art, song and words.

McCaffrey, Tríona Mary
Fonte: University of Limerick Publicador: University of Limerick
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/doctoralThesis; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed; ul_theses_dissertations
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peer-reviewed; The recovery approach in mental health advocates for the involvement of service users at each stage of healthcare delivery and planning. Service user evaluation provides one pathway to enhance mental health provision. Based upon principles of inclusive design, this doctoral research commenced with two main aims: 1) to develop high quality processes for service user evaluation of music therapy in mental health, and 2) to reflect upon the feedback elicited from such processes in order to gain a deeper understanding of how music therapy is received among those who have attended sessions in mental health. Two pathways of service user evaluation were designed to include the perspectives of nine service users who have attended music therapy in statutory mental health services. The first involved verbal inquiry through individual interviews with six service users. An additional means of evaluation involved arts-based focus groups with three service users who created one visual image and three songs about their lived experience in music therapy. Following interpretative phenomenological analysis of the interviews and arts-based reflection upon the arts-materials, the combined findings and insights illuminated service user experience in music therapy. Findings revealed: that music therapy is attended because of a love or interest in music; there is not always a distinction between music therapy and other music activities; music therapy is a health-promoting resource; the music therapy environment is person-centred; and music therapy can provide many sensory experiences. Unfamiliar findings highlighted: the circumstances that surround attendance of service users’ first session; the challenges that are involved in music therapy; feelings of tension and frustration in relation to musical expectancy; and that musical contribution is fostered in a group setting. While some input was received from a service user consultant in this study...

Giving voice to service user choice: music therapy as an anti-oppressive practice

Baines, Susan
Fonte: University of Limerick Publicador: University of Limerick
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/doctoralThesis; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed; ul_theses_dissertations
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peer-reviewed; Societal structures create and maintain disparities between persons of dominant and non-dominant status affecting all aspects of the community including healthcare service delivery. Music therapists as healthcare providers have a responsibility to explore ways that social justice approaches can address and mitigate discrimination in music therapy education, research, and practice. Anti-oppressive practice (AOP) offers a systematic way to disassemble inequity in practice and to inspire inclusive practices. In order to consider how music therapy can operate as an anti-oppressive practice, this thesis explored the question; What are the experiences of residents and staff in music therapy as an anti-oppressive practice? Interviews were conducted with older adults in a residential setting who were living with complex health conditions including dementia, and with residents who have dual-diagnosis intellectual deficit/mental illness referred to an assessment service for teens and adults. Analysis of the interviews using Constructivist Grounded Theory indicated that music therapy is perceived as valuable in providing a broad spectrum of support including in improving socialization, mood, and communication, but potential negative impacts can occur if music is not provided sensitively. Music therapy was additionally observed to foster positive relations between staff and residents although some staff considered music therapy was a hassle for them. The song-based music therapy service model developed by the author and described by interviewees were contextualized through a reflection on the service development and training experiences of the author. This is provided through historical description and critical autoethnography. The wider literature about music and human experiences was consulted for further context and rationale. The research processes and findings of the interviews and autoethnography revealed that it is the inclusive collaborative expertise of the music therapist which allows the social justice framework of anti-oppressive practice to be evident in her music therapy service and music therapy research.

Am I a founder or am I a fraud? Music therapists’ experiences of developing services in healthcare organizations

Ledger, Alison Jane
Fonte: University of Limerick, Irish World Academy of Music and Dance Publicador: University of Limerick, Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
Tipo: Doctoral thesis; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed; ul_theses_dissertations; none
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peer-reviewed; Developing new services is a commonplace responsibility for music therapists worldwide. Starting a job often entails being the first music therapist in a facility, and even the first music therapist many staff and clients will ever have met. To date, little research and reflection is available about the challenges that arise when music therapy is introduced in an established healthcare team. This study was therefore founded with three main aims: 1) to learn more about music therapists’ experiences of developing new services in healthcare organizations, 2) to uncover some effective strategies for introducing and establishing new music therapy services, and 3) to further explore the contribution of qualitative research approaches to understand facets of music therapy service development. Narrative inquiry, arts-based research, and ethnographic fieldwork were employed to reflect on the experiences of twelve experienced music therapists from Australia, Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Findings from this novel combination of methods indicate that the processes of music therapy service development are complex. Music therapy respondents conveyed strong feelings of isolation, insecurity, and uncertainty in relation to their service development experiences...

Discovering anthroposophical music therapy : an investigation of its origins and applications

Intveen, Monika Andrea
Fonte: University of Limerick Publicador: University of Limerick
Tipo: Doctoral thesis; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed; ul_theses_dissertations; none
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peer-reviewed; This thesis explores anthroposophical music therapy (AnMt), an approach based on the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner. AnMt is well established in some countries, such as Germany, Switzerland or the Netherlands and is practiced in a wide variety of clinical and rehabilitation contexts. This thesis explores the basic tenets of AnMt including its foundations in anthroposophy, its location in the wider community of mainstream music therapy approaches and the applicability of its methods for music therapists not trained in the approach. The first part of the thesis encompasses a detailed review of the relevant literature to elaborate key concepts. In the second part a modified Grounded Theory (GT) analysis of four interviews with key practitioners is presented. Finally, the findings revealed through the literature review, the GT, and the experiences with AnMt methods I gathered in my own clinical work receive critical treatment. This exploration of the topic of AnMt has revealed that application of its methods for the wider community of music therapists is limited. However, some elements, such as the specialised instruments can be used by non-AnMt practitioners. Common ground between AnMt and other music therapy approaches was explored...

Providing music therapy to the unconscious child in the paediatric intensive care unit

Kennelly, Jeanette; Edwards, Jane
Fonte: Australian Music therapy Association Publicador: Australian Music therapy Association
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
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peer-reviewed; This paper describes techniques used in the provision of music therapy to two children in a Paediatric Intensive Care Unit during the phase of admission when they were unconscious. The presentation of known songs and adaptations of known songs elicited a range of responses in these children. Further study of the role and effects of music with this patient group is required following positive outcomes for these children receiving music therapy while unconscious in an intensive care unit.

Music therapy for children with severe burn injury

Edwards, Jane
Fonte: American Music Therapy Association Publicador: American Music Therapy Association
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
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peer-reviewed; Music therapy for children with severe burns is a developing field of practice and research interest in pediatric music therapy. The following article presents an overview of the nature of severe burn injury and provides a rationale for the use of music therapy in the Burn Unit. The application of song writing techniques to address needs of children receiving care for severe burns in a hospital setting is presented.

Is there a role for music therapy in the recovery approach in mental health?

McCaffrey, Tríona Mary; Edwards, Jane; Fannon, Dominic
Fonte: Elsevier Publicador: Elsevier
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
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peer-reviewed; The recovery approach in mental health care emphasises the importance of the service user leading a fulfilling, meaningful life beyond the limitations of illness or symptomatology. This approach to care is increasingly included as a central part of mental health policy and service provision in a number of countries including the UK and Ireland, to address the needs of people who have severe and enduring mental disorders. It is an autonomous, holistic and empowering way of working with individuals as they journey towards healing. Fundamental to this model is the relationship fostered between service users and health professionals. The recovery philosophy of care mirrors some of the core principles of music therapy, including the importance of the therapeutic relationship and the possibilities for change and growth within this. This paper explores the congruence between music therapy and the recovery approach by providing: (1) An overview of current published evidence for music therapy in mental health care. (2) A discussion of this psycho-social creative arts therapy intervention within the specialized area of recovery in psychiatry, and (3) case vignettes to illustrate the application of this philosophy in music therapy work within a recovery service.

Musiktherapie auf einer gerontopsychiatrischen Station - Beobachtung der Patienten während der Musiktherapie und im Stationsalltag; Music therapy with geriatric patients - Evaluation and comparison with a standardized clini-cal test

Drews, Anna Christine
Fonte: Universidade de Tubinga Publicador: Universidade de Tubinga
Tipo: Dissertação
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Musiktherapie auf einer gerontopsychiatrischen Station - Beobachtung der Patienten während der Musiktherapie und im Stationsalltag Die Arbeit untersucht, ob in kontrollierten Musiktherapiestunden mit gerontopsychiatrischen Patienten ein therapeutischer Effekt sichtbar wird, ob dieser anhand einer externen Beobachtung gemessen werden kann und welchen Stellenwert die Musiktherapie in der Gesamttherapie hat. Für die Untersuchung wurden zweimal wöchentlich insgesamt 32 Gruppenmusiktherapiestunden mit 26 Patienten auf einer gerontopsychiatrischen Station durchgeführt. Dokumentiert wurde anhand von Protokollen und Videoaufnahmen. Zur objektiven Messung eines Therapieerfolges wurde für jeden Patienten vom Pflegepersonal ein im Rahmen der Studie entwickelter Beobachtungsbogen (9 Parameter auf einer 10-stelligen Werteskala zum Verhalten während der Musiktherapie) und ein standardisierter Beurteilungsbogen (Beurteilungsbogen für geriatrische Patienten, BGP) bei Aufnahme in die stationäre Therapie und bei Entlassung ausgefüllt. Das Charakteristische der Musiktherapie wird an fünf ausgewählten Einzelverläufen dargestellt. Die Werte des Beobachtungsbogens der Musiktherapie wiesen eine hohe Variation zwischen den Stunden und den Patienten auf. In der Summation aller Werte fand sich kein signifikanter Unterschied zwischen Beginn und Ende der Therapiesequenz. Dies entspricht den Ergebnissen des BGP-Bogens...

The use of music therapy to assist children who have severe burns

Edwards, Jane
Fonte: Australian Music Therapy Association Publicador: Australian Music Therapy Association
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
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peer-reviewed; Music therapy is a valuable tool in distracting children with severe burns for the pain experienced in daily debridement baths. Music therapy allows choice. facilitaling the child's sense of being in control. and provides an atmosphere of safety and comfort. This paper reports on the role of music therapy in assisting children aged from eighteen months to five years during daily debridement procedures in the burns unit of a children's hospital. Songs of the child's choice were sung by the therapist. accompanied by guitar. The observations of the therapist indicate that music therapy presented in this way can offer relief from anxiety prior to the bath and is helpful in comforting and distracting children during the bath

Tradução para o português brasileiro e validação da escala Individualized Music Therapy Assessment Profile (IMTAP) para uso no Brasil

Silva, Alexandre Mauat da
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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Introdução: a musicoterapia pode ser definida, de forma simples, como um processo de avaliação e tratamento que utiliza técnicas e experiências musicais, no qual a avaliação possibilita não apenas estabelecer metas e objetivos, mas também verificar se estes foram atendidos. Em razão da falta de instrumentos traduzidos e validados no Brasil muitos musicoterapeutas desenvolvem seus próprios instrumentos de avaliação ou utilizam ferramentas de avaliação de outras áreas como forma de realizar as suas atividades. Entretanto é de ser considerado que a utilização de instrumentos de avaliação que não sejam específicos da musicoterapia pode resultar em avaliações imprecisas, pois não há garantia de que instrumentos de outras áreas tenham o mesmo nível de precisão e acuidade quando utilizados na avaliação musicoterapeutica. Justificativa: verifica-se uma carência de estudos de validação desses instrumentos tanto em nível nacional quanto em nível internacional. Ao mesmo tempo, não há registros de publicações sobre validação de instrumentos de avaliação em musicoterapia no Brasil. Objetivos: traduzir e validar um instrumento de avaliação específico da musicoterapia para uso no Brasil: a Individualized Music Therapy Assessment Profile (IMTAP). A IMTAP avalia dez diferentes grupos de comportamentos...

Music therapists' experience of self in clinical improvisation in music therapy: a phenomenological invesitigation.

McCaffrey, Tríona Mary
Fonte: Elsevier Publicador: Elsevier
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
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peer-reviewed; How do music therapists experience themselves in clinical improvisation in music therapy? The aim of this inter-disciplinary study is to show how music therapists describe and experience the life-world of the self in clinical improvisation through phenomenological investigation. Informed by sociological social psychological theory proposing that the self develops in social discourses, this study explores the self within improvisation as a musical and inter-subjective space that is commonly used in music therapy practice. Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) of transcripts from semi-structured interviews with two music therapists revealed five central themes in relation to the life-world of the self in improvisation. These included mindful meeting of equals, importance of the fundamentals, flexibility and adaptability, personal fulfilment and, balancing the professional and musical self. These findings support the idea of improvisation as a social discourse and suggest that this may have significant implications for clients and therapists who employ such a means of relating.