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Case Examples of Music Therapy for Mood Disorders

Author : Kenneth E. Bruscia

Case Examples of Music Therapy for Mood Disorders
E-ISBN : 9781937440305


Case examples provide very unique and valuable insights into how different forms of therapy are practiced, as well as how clients respond to those therapies. This e-book contains 11 previously published case studies on how music therapy has been used to help individuals with mood disorders improve their quality of life. Each case details the process by which therapist and client engage in music experiences that enable the client to explore and better utilize the personal resources needed to address his or her own therapeutic needs. The aim of the book is to provide practical information to students and professionals in music therapy and related fields and to inform all those affected by mood disorders about the potential benefits of music therapy


 

Table of Contents

 

 CASE ONE

Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) and the Mandala: A Case Study Illustrating an Integration of Music and Art Therapies

Helen Lindquist Bonny

Joan Kellogg

CASE TWO

Music as Life and Lifeguard: Music Therapy for an Older Adult with Depression

Ineke van Hest-de Witte

Jack Verburgt

Henk Smeijsters

CASE THREE

The Use of Musical Space with an Adult in Psychotherapy

Carolyn Kenny

CASE FOUR

Group Music Therapy in Acute Psychiatric Care: The Treatment of a Depressed Woman Following Neurological Trauma

Marcia Murphy

CASE FIVE

Group Improvisation Therapy for a Resistant Woman with Bipolar Disorder – Manic

Paul Nolan

CASE SIX

Through Music to Therapeutic Attachment: Psychodynamic Music Psychotherapy With a Musician with Dysthymic Disorder

Paul Nolan

CASE SEVEN

Case Study: Couple Therapy

Mary Priestley

CASE EIGHT

Case Study of a Depressed Patient

Mary Priestley

CASE NINE

The Song-Writing Process: A Woman’s Struggle against Depression and Suicide

Georgia Hudson Smith

CASE TEN

The Doors and Windows of the Dressing Room: Culture-Centered Music Therapy in a Mental Health Setting

Brynjulf Stige

CASE ELEVEN

Music Therapy and Depression: Uncovering Resources in Music and Imagery

Lisa Summer