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This book provides the foundation of a new understanding of the potential of music to improve physical and mental health. Editors Lars Ole Bonde and Töres Theorell.
Gynecological cancer survivors are affected in all aspects of their lives such as sexuality, reproduction, embodiment, self-esteem, and general quality of life. In this thesis a complex intervention study was performed for gynecological cancer survivors in which the effects of two arts-based psychotherapy treatments (individual and group) on psychological outcomes were evaluated.
This article-based thesis reports the development of an assessment tool, the SATPA – a Safety Assessment Tool of Pictorial Artefacts, for determining levels of safety in pictures in line with the concept neuroception, defined as a continuous, partially unaware assessment of whether situations are safe, worrying or life-threatening.
The present mixed-methods study aimed at investigating the influence of Group Music and Imagery therapy on the psychological outcomes anxiety, depression, quality of life, and well-being among women diagnosed with breast or gynaecological cancer at the beginning of curative or early palliative medical outpatient treatment.
This research study uses knowledge from the areas of neuropsychology, music psychology, music therapy assessment and clinical practice to design the Attention Profile in Music Therapy assessment tool (APMT) and conducts a pilot study to establish reliability and validity of the of the tool.
In this book, edited by Stine Lindahl Jacobsen and Grace Thompson, international music therapists describe and discuss models of working with families in different clinical areas, from those with family members with dementia or autism, to those in palliative care, psychiatric or paediatric hospital settings. They explain the theoretical background and practice of each approach, with research and case examples.