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Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program.
2009 AMTA definition of music therapy
What do music therapists seek to do?
Restore - physical, Maintain - cognitive
Improve - health
Stanley's 2000 Meta-analysis of Clinical Studies in Music Therapy found what two factors to be true?
Live (preferred) music has the greatest impact,
3 times greater change than no music therapy
Journal of Music Therapy publication years
MT-BC continuing education hours
Need 100 hours hours, including 3 credits for ethics (Edie said 5, but online it's 3)
During 5-year cycle, must participate in what kind of training?
CBMT Scope Practice, ethics; for recertification
Where was the first MT degree program?
Michigan State University
a musician, nurse and hospital executive, thought music was an appropriate way to alleviate pain in war hospitals, believed some genres did not work, but classical worked the best
Isa Maud Ilsen
Music Therapy Proceedings publication years
First President of NAMT
Current president of AMTA
Amy Greenwald Furman
These two music therapists collaborated for over 15 years to develop a music therapy technique that supports change, enhances communication, and enables people to live more creatively
Clive Robbins and Paul Nordoff
The American Music Therapy Association was founded during this year
The first Certification Board for Music Therapists exam was taken in
This author of The Therapeutic Edge was the first editor of the Journal of Music Therapy
During what year could music therapist's register as a RMT?
This author of Dynamics in Music Psychotherapy founded the BMT, MMT, and PhD in music therapy
Who authored A Historical study of the National Association for Music Therapy?
The American Association for Music Therapy founding year
PL101-476 passed during what year?
Who created Guided Imagery in Music (GIM) and researched the effects of music on imagination?
Who initiated Britain's first music therapy training program at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London?
Michigan State University graduated the first bachelor's degree music therapists during what year?
The National Association for Music Therapy was founded during this year
Who was a founding member of NAMT and directed one of the first and largest music therapy programs at the Eloise Hospital in Detroit
Ira Maximillion Atshhuler
PL94-142 passed during what year?
Isa Maud Ilsen, the founder of the National Association for Music in Hospitals actively engaged in music therapy research during what years (estimate)?
1920s to 1940s (twenty years as a hospital musician and nurse)
This past president of the European Music Therapy Committee and World Federation of Music Therapy pioneered music therapy treatment for adults and children with learning disabilities:
Eva Verscellius provided precise treatments of insomnia, fevers, and other ailments with music thus incorporating ancient perceptions of the therapeutic value of music with contemporary treatment. During what years was she actively prompting the use of music therapy (estimate)?
This expert in gerontology and wellness testified before the Senate Special Committee on Aging concerning the positive effects of music therapy on aging Americans
This author of Pediatric Music Therapy directed the first federal grant given to NAMT
This neurologic music therapist focus his research on brain function and music
This music therapist specializes in music therapy with children and is the Associate Director of the Seidman Cancer Center and Director of Music Therapy at University Hospitals of Cleveland, Seidman Cancer Center and Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital. She is also a graduate of The Cleveland Music Therapy Consortium
This prolific music therapist developed the official bibliography that accompanies the board certification exam and conducted 3 years of research to determine the Professional Competencies for Music Therapists. Serving as part of the research team for Music Therapy Perspectives for over ten years, this EMU professor was the leading force behind the EMU Music Therapy Center
Van De Wall pioneered the use of music therapy in state-funded facilities and wrote the "how to" music therapy text, Music in Institutions. During what years was Van De Wal active?
1914 (start of WWI) - 1945 (end of WWII)
Registered Music Therapist
Activities of daily living
voice output communication aid
music therapist board cerfified
american music therapy association
Cerftification board for music therapists
national association for music therapy
national association for music education
great lakes region
american association for music therapy
In Dr. Carpente's interview, what is the purpose of the music therapist during a music therapy session
Utilize individualized music experiences to facilitate health and well-being through various interventions; (use music for therapy with clinical goals)
4 populations with whom music therapists work using "people first" language
autism, Developmental disabilities, non-verbal, emotionally disturbed
According to the Asperger's Society (www.aspergersociety.org), what are two ways that music therapy works with persons living with autism?
Help focus, relieve anxiety and frustration, interact with peers, increase social skills, regulate behavior
Define pervasive as it related to the diagnosis of pervasive developmental disorders
Pervasive is used to describe delays in multiple areas of development
List the 6 components of Brucia's definition of music therapy
Systematic process, Intervention, Health, Music experiences, Relationship, Dynamic forces of change
Communication, Academic, Motor, Music, Emotion, Social
Identify the two major changes from PL94-142 to PL101-476
inclusion; extended eligibility to children with autism
Who developed the first music therapy degree program?
Ira Maximillian Altshuler
an established healthcare profession that uses music to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals of all ages. Music therapy improves the quality of life for persons who are well and meets the needs of children and adults with disabilities or illnesses. Music therapy interventions can be designed to: promote wellness, manage stress, and alleviate pain, express feelings, enhance memory, improve communication, and promote physical rehabilitation. Research in music therapy supports its effectiveness in a wide variety of healthcare and educational settings.
2009 AMTA definition of Music Therapy
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