(Atypical course of a music therapy treatment: A case study.)
Journal/Book: Praxis der Psychotherapie. 1975; 20: 109-124.
Abstract: Explains the communicative goals of music therapy and how to reach verbalization and interpersonal contact through this nonverbal tool. The case reported illustrates that for a musician, music is sometimes a left-over part of his health. It does not play and does not lead to regression. Therefore, music therapy in its usual connotation was not suitable for this patient. However, a session with music can be used as a "return to work."
Note: atypical course of music therapy; musician
Keyword(s): Music therapy; artists ; case report