A qualitative study of interdisciplinary music services
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SubjectResearch Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION::Aesthetic subjects::Music; Music therapy - Study and teaching; Qualitative research; Music therapists - Training of; Music therapy
At present, there is little written about music therapy interdisciplinary models from the perspective of co-treating therapists. This manuscript serves to compare prewritten texts on the subject of music therapy collaborative methods with first-hand accounts of co-treating therapists. Five therapists from different fields were interviewed and the transcripts were analyzed for relevant and reoccurring themes. Themes include: (a) broader treatment options; (b) comfort; (c) communication; (d) attention redirection; and, (e) challenges. The findings of this study support the use of music therapy within interdisciplinary therapy treatment teams. Effective co-treatment methods utilize the collective knowledge and expertise of the treatment group in both the planning and execution stages of treatment
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