An inquiry into sound healing and music therapy
AuthorErson, Rebecca D.
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SubjectResearch Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION::Aesthetic subjects::Music
Research Subject Categories::INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AREAS::Caring sciences
Music therapists -- Study and teaching
Music therapy -- Study and teaching
Vibration -- Therapeutic use
Psychotherapy and music
Music -- Psychological aspects
AbstractSound and music are powerful forces within the context of the subjective experience, the depths of which are underrepresented within traditional objectively focused research. This study delved into the internal experience of the practitioner when utilizing these forces in the therapeutic setting. As a music therapist who utilizes sound healing within my daily practice, I was interested in looking at my own experience of facilitating sound healing sessions and music therapy sessions. In comparing these two experiences I sought to draw some parallels as well as further define what is different about the two modalities.
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