What’s Music Therapy All About?
Music Therapy is the evidence and clinical-based use of music in order to achieve individualized therapeutic goals. As such, the Music Therapy requires a participation of an experienced and accredited professional who has previously accomplished a recognized music therapy program.
Music Therapy is a genuine health profession where music is used as a therapeutic tool to deal with emotional, cognitive, physical, emotional, cognitive, or social individual goals. After a personalized evaluation prep work, the accredited music therapist ensures the individual Music Therapy treatment, which includes various forms of music-related interactions.
Through the use of music in the specific context of an individualized therapy, a patient’s ability is both transferred and strengthened to the other areas of his or her life. In addition, the Music therapy is an invaluable communication tool for individuals who’re having difficulties of expressing their thoughts and feelings with words.
Music Therapy has proven itself to be extremely helpful and efficient in the following fields: providing a platform for an adequate expression of feelings, improving patients’ motivation to actively participate in their treatment, overall physical rehabilitation, successful facilitation of movements, and/or providing emotional support for patients and their families.