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Psychiatric Music Therapy in the Community: The Legacy of Florence Tyson

Author : Michael McGuire

Psychiatric Music Therapy in the Community: The Legacy of Florence Tyson
ISBN : 9781891278150
E-ISBN : 9781937440015


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Florence Tyson was a pioneering music therapist who was active in New York City from 1958 to 1995. This compilation of Tyson’s work includes previously unpublished material written by her and about her. Two of her most important, innovative, never-before-published case studies are included. Other unpublished information includes an unabridged version of a case study that was edited down for its original publication, transcripts of two extensive broadcast interviews, statements Tyson made at the Musicales that were presented twice yearly at “the Center”, and detailed information about the Musicales. Additionally, there is a conference presentation made about Tyson, and chapters written specifically for this collection. The compilation includes all published work by Tyson. The collection is presented in six sections: the therapeutic relationship, case studies, information about the Center, the use of music in treatment, interviews, and perspectives on Tyson and her work.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword

Preface

Introduction

PART ONE: THE MUSIC THERAPY RELATIONSHIP

Introduction

1) Music and the Primary Relationship

2) Music Therapy as a Choice of Psychotherapeutic Intervention: A Preliminary Study of Motivational Factors among Adult Psychiatric Patients

PART TWO: CASE STUDIES

Introduction

3) Dennis

4) Maria B.

5) Jerry M.

6) Michael

7) Kathy

8) A Study in Message and Meaning: Some Clinical Aspects of Creative Arts Therapies

9) Postscript to Shirley: A Continuing Study in Message and Meaning

10) Shirley's Perspective

11) Individual Singing Instruction: An Evolutionary Framework for Psychiatric Music Therapists

12) Analytically Oriented Music Therapy in a Case of Generalized Anxiety Disorder

PART THREE: THE CENTER

13) A History of the Creative Arts Rehabilitation Center

14) The Cevelopment of an Outpatient Music Therapy Referral Service

15) Therapeutic Elements in Outpatient Music Therapy: The FIrst Four Years of a Community-based Music Therapy Service

16) The Community Music Therapy Center

17) Guidelines toward the Organization of Clinical Music Therapy Programs in the Community

18) Music Therapy in the Community

19) Creative Arts Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

20) The Musicales

21) An Essay on the Integrity of the Center

PART FOUR: MUSIC FOR HEALING

Introduction

22) Introduction from Psychiatic Music Therapy

23) Origins of Music and Medicine

24) Music Therapy in Hospitals

25) Development of the Music Therapy Profession in the United States

PART FIVE: INTERVIEWS

Introduction

26) Straight Talk Interview

27) People's Spotlight Interview

PART SIX: Perspectives on Florence Tyson and Her Work

Introduction

28) A Personal Reflection on Florence Tyson and Her Work

29) The Meat of Music Therapy: Florence Tyson's Historical Contributions and Clinical Practice

APPENDICES

INDEX