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Multimodal psychiatric music therapy for adults, adolescents, and children : a clinical manual, Michael D. Cassity and Julia E. Cassity

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Multimodal psychiatric music therapy for adults, adolescents, and children : a clinical manual
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Multimodal psychiatric music therapy for adults, adolescents, and children
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a clinical manual
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Michael D. Cassity and Julia E. Cassity
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eng
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From carrying out an initial patient assessment, through designing an appropriate treatment plan, to implementing and evaluating treatment, this manual is a guide to practical psychiatric music therapy. It is a useful learning resource for music therapy students and interns, and for practitioners
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Cassity, Michael
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ML3920
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.C34 2006
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Cassity, Julia E
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  • Music therapy
  • Muziektherapie
  • Psychiatrische patiënten
  • Music therapy
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Multimodal psychiatric music therapy for adults, adolescents, and children : a clinical manual, Michael D. Cassity and Julia E. Cassity
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [255]-256)
Contents
  • Part I. About this manual : Origin of data ; Evolution of the model ; Description of the model ; Most frequent modalities in psychiatric music therapy -- Tutorial guide: Use of this manual : Initial assessment ; Program planning ; Case example: adults : Case of D ; BASIC I.D. ; Multimodal music therapy profile ; Music therapy intervention plan ; Implementation strategy ; Music therapy progress report chart -- Case examples: adolescence : Case of M ; BASIC I.D. ; Multimodal music therapy profile ; Music therapy intervention plan ; Implementation strategy ; Music therapy progress report chart ; Case of B ; BASIC I.D. ; Multimodal music therapy profile -- Case example: children : Case of J ; BASIC I.D. ; Multimodal music therapy profile ; Music therapy intervention plan ; Implementation strategy ; Music therapy progress report chart -- Alternate strategies for documenting intervention and progress : Individualized intervention plan ; Session progress note -- Reliability and validity of the psychiatric music therapy questionnaire (PMTQ)
  • Part II. Adults: Codes -- Behavior : Lack of assertiveness ; Lack of attention span ; Lack of awareness of personal space/boundaries ; Poor eye contact ; Demanding and intrusive (overly assertive) ; Passive dependent or passive aggressive communication ; Lacks self-control; loses temper ; Exhibits assaultive behavior ; Inappropriate channeling of creativity ; Rocks while seated ; Excessive complaining ; Exhibits general perseverative behaviors ; Restlessness; akathisia ; Intolerance of younger age groups of patients -- Affect : Inability to verbally or nonverbally express or identify feelings or emotions in self or others; flat or inappropriate affect ; Exhibits emotional detachment regarding life situations ; Becomes angry when coping with frustration ; Depressive; decreased energy; pessimistic about future ; Severe depression; suicidal ideation ; Anxiety ; Impulsive emotional outbursts; lacks impulse control ; Panic attacks ; Angry, emotional outbursts; intermittent explosive disorder ; Feels out of control when listening to certain songs ; Difficulty identifying perceived unacceptable or suppressed feelings ; Experience anger when atention is given to other patients ; Expersses affect inappropriate to a particular emotion ; Intellectualizes feelings ; Inability or unwillingness to empthize with others ; Alternates between manic and depressive episodes; bipolar ; Difficulty relating to staff that is the same sex as the abuser ; Feelings of rage and resentment toward mother -- Sensory : Preoccupation with internal thoughs; allucinations ; Difficulty coping with stress and tension -- Imagery : Difficulty envisioning a pleasant place during relaxation ; Difficulty focusing on pleasant place for 10 to 15 minutes ; Distorted body image (associated with eating disorder) -- Cognitive : Low self-esteem; low opinion of self; negative self-statements ; Delusional; paranoid ideation; does not trust peers ; Lacks problem-solving skills ; Disoriented; lacks reality orientation; loose associations ; Poor short/long term memory skills ; Poor decision-making skills ; Denies having problems ; Has difficulty accepting responsibility for change ; Gives up easily when solving problems ; Difficulty following directions ; Unaware of the purpose or need for hospitalization ; Difficulty coping with the reality of hospitalization ; Denies others have similar problems ; Has difficulties in verbal psychotherapy ; Delusions of grandeur ; Poor judgment; difficulty assessing social situations ; Lack of self-awareness ; Difficulty setting goals ; Misinterprets messages/communications ; Feelings of helplessness ; Inability to structure time ; Inability to relate to metaphor ; Lacks concept of a healthy heterosexual relationship -- Interpersonal-Socialization (includes leisure skills) : Reclusive; withdrawn; isolative behavior ; Does not appropriately utilize leisure time (unhealthy coping skills) ; Uncooperative behavior with others ; Lack of interest and motivation to use leisure time ; Experiences difficulty bonding with others ; Experiences difficulty with the sharing of personal data ; Difficulty involving self in community groups ; Does not sit with group ; Inappropriate relationships with opposite sex ; Self-centeredness ; Undesirable statements about others; loner ; Wears clothing inappropriate for the occasion ; Egocentric, childish behavior ; Inappropriate verbalization in social setting ; Attention seeking ; Poor group leadership and organizational skills ; Frequents barrooms during leisure time ; Demonstrates lack of awareness of others ; Difficulty learning names of long term relationships ; Difficulty tolerating small groups ; Inappropriate relationships with the opposite sex ; Aggressive and manipulative ; Lacks knowledge of how to have nondestructive fun ; Exhibits inappropriate behavior at community events ; Argues frequently with authority figures ; Interacts with staff but not with peers ; Impatience and intolerance with peers ; Excessive working; lack of leisure ; Excessive stress associated with leisure activity ; Withdrawn and passive during one-to-one sessions ; Stays in bed all day; avoids socialization ; Will not attend group -- Drugs (includes substance use or abuse and medications; Physical well being; Physical communication problems) : Abuses substances during leisure time ; Denies having a substance abuse problem ; Attributes substance abuse to life stress ; Lacks awareness of the progression of substance abuse ; Reluctant to discuss substance abuse and treatment issues ; Manipulates environment to get my own way ; Inability to identify coping mechanisms ; Mourns loss of drug habit ; Absence of daily exercise routine; poor muscle tone ; Poor personal hygiene ; Insomnia ; Lack of neuromuscular endurance in upper extremities ; Poor gross and fine motor coordination ; Sensory integrative functioning ; Sensorimotor functioning ; Lack of diaphragmatic control ; Does not communicate clearly; poor articulation ; Poor nonverbal communication ; Uses one-word sentences ; Exhibits pressured speech ; Makes irrelevant comments about topic of group discussion ; Poor breath support ; Speaks too softly to be heard -- Adolescents: Codes : Behavior : Lack of assertiveness ; Attention deficit disorder ; Withdraws from social situations ; Hyperactive; unable to focus ; Inability to follow directions -- Affect : Inability to identify/express feelings; inappropriate expression of feelings ; Exhibits anger or rage ; Experiences stress reactions ; Experiences excessive anxiety ; Lacks self-control; poor impulse control ; Difficulty sharing feelings ; Depressed ; Suicidal ; Difficulty expressing positive feelings ; Socially unacceptable expression of emotions -- Sensory -- Imagery: Distorted body image (associated with eating disorder) -- Cognitive : Low self-esteem; negative self-statements ; Lacks problem-solving skills ; Gives up easily when solving problems; low frustration tolerance ; Exhibits paranoid behavior ; Does not respond well to constructive criticism ; Lacks awareness of personal problems ; Poor organizational skills ; Poor conflict identification and resolution skills ; Inability to cope with family conflicts ; Lacks insight into family interactions ; Unaware of relationship to peer group ; Does not trust therapist ; Inability to make decisions -- Interpersonal-socialization (includes leisure skills) : Uncooperative behavior; does not follow directions ; Lacks awareness of self or others; detached ; Withdrawn; isolates self ; Inappropriate use of leisure time ; Lacks motivation to engage in leisure activities ; Lack of interest in others ; Excessive fear of rejection ; Uses inappropriate behavior to gain attention ; Does not share or take turns ; Poor leadership skills -- Drugs (includes substance use or abuse) : Unaware of or denies substance abuse ; Uses substances regularly ; Uses substances to numb affect ; Mourns loss of the substance ; Links own identity to substance ; Lack of diaphragmatic control (from eating disorder) -- Children: Codes : Behavior : Unassertive; does not express own needs ; Attention deficit; lacks attention span ; Does not take turns ; Hits peers ; Poor eye contact -- Affect : Impaired ability to identify/express feelings; inappropriate affect; poor vocabulary of feeling words -- Sensory : Lacks auditory sequential memory ; Lacks auditory discrimination skills -- Imagery : Inability to experience thoughts when attempting to relax ; Inability to use imagination to develop stories -- Cognitive : Difficulty following directions ; Lacks directionality and spatial concepts ; Low self-esteem; negative self-statements ; Inappropriate approach to tasks ; Manipulates using intimidation ; Lacks temporal or time concepts ; Lacks money concepts ; Difficulty recalling letters of the alphabet ; Poor counting skills ; Poor reading and writing skills -- Interpersonal-socialization : Exhibits disruptive or socially inappropriate behavior ; Withdrawn ; Uncooperative with adults and peers ; Does not share ; Interrupts ; Inaudible speaking voice ; Lacks leadership skills ; Does not respond to greetings or closings -- Drugs (includes physical well being and physical communication problems : Impaired gross motor coordination ; Lacks finger dexterity ; Impaired grasp function ; Lacks eye-hand motor coordination ; Excessive dropping of objects (poor grasp maintenance) ; Impaired ability to describe objects, feelings or situations ; Difficulty imitating speech or nonspeech sounds ; Explosive speech ; Poor speech articulation ; Impaired receptive language ability; poor comprehension
  • Adults-music behavior : Listening to music : Demonstrates musical perferenes ; Demonstrates familiarity with a variety of styles of music ; Shares personal knowledge or recollections of music ; Chooses music to promote own relaxation ; Selects preferred music that expresses feelings ; Demonstrates musical awareness ; Associates affect with corresponding music ; Recognizes titles of songs when they are played ; Chooses a song for group listening ; Distinguishes characteristics of music ; Leistens to music but does not identify musical preferences ; Chooses music that describes self ; Identifies names of muical instruments used in a recording ; Demonstrates the ability to perceie music ; Sleeps when listening to music ; Patient listens to one recording to exclusion of other recordings ; Demonstrates the ability to locate sound sources ; Chooses music that describes a peer ; Prefers specific elements of music ; Expresses likes as well as dislikes regarding muisc ; Chooses appropriate background music -- Singing : Participates in group sing-a-long ; Performs a vocal solo before the group ; Sings and follows a choral part ; Participates in a choir ; Completes music questionnaire ; Exhibits superior vocal skill ; Sings only one style of music ; Demonstrates vocal range ; Sings at least two lines of a song from memory ; Sings with correct pitch and rhythm ; Matches pitch ; Sings with appropriate dynamics ; Requests voice lessons ; Uses voice expressively ; Stays on task during singing activities ; Sings with breath control and appropriate intensity ; Participates in toning exercises ; Sings both a cappella and with accompaniment ; Deomstrates physiological aspects of vocalization ; Sings lyrics to an entire song ; Sings lyrics to only phrases of songs ; Sings song lyrics in sequence ; Exhibits performance anxiety ; Expresses likes and dislikes about a song -- Playing instruments : Demonstrates interest in playing music instrument ; Demonstrates instrumental ability ; Exhibits performance anxiety ; Performs in a group ensemble for peers ; Assessment of past instrumental performance ; Imitates or repeats rhythmic or melodic phrase ; Accompanies own singing ; Plays tone bells ; Participates in informal jam session ; Performs a variety of musical styles -- Improvising music : Plays orff and rhythm instruments ; Expresses feelings and expressiveness ; Maintains ostinato pattern ; Improvises a rhythm or melody over an ostinato pattern ; Feels musically inferior ; Demonstrates preference for improvisational instruments ; Demonstrates the ability to imitate, alternate, and initiate ; Expresses a desire to improvise at the piano ; Expresses creativity during group improvisation ; Feels at ease when improvising ; Leads or conducts group improvisation sessions ; Hears chord changes ; Interacts with other group members while improvising ; Improvises movements to music -- Locomotor movement to music : Dances to music ; Participates in structured creative movement to music ; Participates in unstructured creative movement to music ; Moves in rhythm to music ; Participates in aerobics ; Maintains the tempo of the music given directed movement ; Integrates and performs structured rhythm patterns to music ; Participates in creative dance and body language ; Awareness of personal space or body limits ; Leads group in movement ; Feels comfortable with structured movement activity -- Composing music : Participates in lyric writing ; Composes, sings, and plays own compositions ; Learns newly composed song by rote -- Nonlocomotor movement to music : Imitates movements to music ; Changes movement in response to movement ; Taps fingers, toes, or claps to music ; Follows and maintains pulse -- Adolescents-music behavior : Listening to music : Demonstrates awareness of a variety of styles of music ; Demonstrates musical preferences ; Uses music for relaxation ; Associates affect with music ; Interested in new types of music ; Chooses music that expresses own views ; Identifies musical characteristics ; Has confidence in own musical interpretations ; Listens to the lyrics of music ; Attends to music -- Playing instruments : Desires to play and instrument ; Plays instrument for others ; Participates in group ensemble ; Critiques musical performance ; Demonstrates rhythmic ability ; Respects various musical styles -- Improvising music : Varies improvisation ; Improvises within rhythmic structure ; Demonstrates awareness of other ensemble members ; Demonstrates interest in playing music instruments ; Improvises on the pentatonic scale ; Improvises on the blues scale ; Creates improvisations representative of moods ; Improvises with one other person ; Improvises musically -- Singing : Demonstrates the ability to match pitch and follow rhythms ; Sings solo in front of group ; Blends with group ; Sings with adequate loudness ; Sings with a vocal tone that is not too breathy ; Sings in tune with a pleasing timbre ; Sings with proper diction ; Demonstrates expanded vocal range ; Sings with a choir -- Composing music : Demonstrates the ability to write lyrics and melody ; Uses lyric writing as a means of self-expressions ; Participates in writing song parodies ; Bases music composition on pictures, themes, or symbols ; Experiences rhythmic difficulties when composing ; Composes a variety of styles of music ; Has trouble rhyming or thinking of lyrics ; Uses imagination to create music productions ; Organizes sounds into music -- Locomotor movement to music : Participates in unstructured creative movement to music ; Dances to music ; Unable to respond to cues when dancing -- Children-music behavior : Listening to music : Identifies characteristics of music ; States musical preferences ; Reads lyrics to songs ; Identifies popular songs ; Demonstrates audience behavior -- Singing : Sings on pitch ; Sings melodic phrases ; Sings with music therapist from song book ; Sings entire length of song ; Sings loudly enough to be heard ; Chooses songs about own family from song books ; Sings a song from memory -- Playing instruments : Responds rhythmically to music ; Plays a variety of instruments ; Plays instrument on cue ; Plays autoharp ; Plays choir chimes ; Plays guitar ; Uses rhythm or lumi sticks correctly ; Listens to tape recording of own performance ; Plays music instrument for peer or staff -- Locomotor movement to music : Creates movement to music ; Participates in choreography ; Imitates or mirrors musical movement ; Moves in rhythm to music ; Moves freely and spontaneously without rigidity ; Follows sequence of movement activity ; Walks to the beat of music -- Composing music : Composes new lyrics to songs ; Composes a greeting song -- Improvising music : Creates song through improvisation ; Directs an improvisation -- Nonlocomotor movement to music: Claps rhythms
  • Part III. Practice exercises : General standards ; Instructions for psychiatric music therapy questionnaire (PMTQ) analysis ; PMTQ analysis: adults : Bob ; James -- PMTQ analysis: adolescents : Kathy -- PMTQ analysis: children : Allen -- Group therapy : Group therapy ; Procedure ; Formulating a group BASIC I.D. : Writing an individual multimodal treatment plan ; Patients with diversified problems ; Other group music therapy situations -- Brief therapy: short-term music therapy : Short-term music therapy ; Therapeutic factors promoting change in short-term settings ; Therapeutic techniques for short-term settings ; Music therapy in short-term settings ; Multimodal music therapy profile: Ron ; References for brief therapy and short-term psychotherapy -- Appendix I : Psychiatric music therapy questionnaire: adults ; Optional answer sheet -- Appendix II : Psychiatric music therapy questionnaire: adolescents ; Optional answer sheet -- Appendix III: Psychiatric music therapy questionnaire: children ; Optional answer sheet -- Appendix IV : Clinical forms : Basic I.D. ; Multimodal music therapy profile (adults) ; Multimodal music therapy profile (adolescents) ; Multimodal music therapy profile (children) ; Music therapy intervention plan ; Implementation strategy ; Music therapy progress report chart -- Alternate forms : Individualized intervention plan ; Session progress note
  • -- Interpersonal-Socialization -- Drugs; -- Impaired gross motor coordination ; Lacks finger dexterity ; Impaired grasp function ; Lacks eye-hand motor coordination ; Excessive dropping of objects (poor grasp maintenance) ; Impaired ability to describe objects, feelings or situations ; Difficulty imitating speech or nonspeech sounds ; Explosive speech ; Poor speech articulation ; Impaired receptive language ability; poor comprehension 5. Children -- Behavior -- Affect -- Sensory -- Imagery -- Cognitive -- Interpersonal-Socialization -- Drugs; 6. Adults -- Music Behavior -- Listening to Music -- Singing -- Playing Instruments -- Improvising Music -- Locomotor Movement to Music -- Composing Music -- Nonlocomotor Movement to Music; 7. Adolescents -- Music Behavior -- Listening to Music -- Playing Instruments -- Improvising Music -- Singing -- Composing Music -- Locomotor Movement to Music; 8. Children -- Music Behavior -- Listening to Music -- Singing -- Playing Instruments -- Locomotor Movement to Music -- Composing Music -- Improvising Music -- Short-Term Music Therapy; Appendix 1; Appendix 2; Appendix / Nonlocomotor Movement to Music; Part III; 9. Practice Exercises; 10. Group Therapy; 11. Brief Therapy
Control code
65177636
Dimensions
28 cm
Edition
3rd ed
Extent
xii, 256 p.
Isbn
9781843108313
System control number
(OCoLC)65177636
Label
Multimodal psychiatric music therapy for adults, adolescents, and children : a clinical manual, Michael D. Cassity and Julia E. Cassity
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [255]-256)
Contents
  • Part I. About this manual : Origin of data ; Evolution of the model ; Description of the model ; Most frequent modalities in psychiatric music therapy -- Tutorial guide: Use of this manual : Initial assessment ; Program planning ; Case example: adults : Case of D ; BASIC I.D. ; Multimodal music therapy profile ; Music therapy intervention plan ; Implementation strategy ; Music therapy progress report chart -- Case examples: adolescence : Case of M ; BASIC I.D. ; Multimodal music therapy profile ; Music therapy intervention plan ; Implementation strategy ; Music therapy progress report chart ; Case of B ; BASIC I.D. ; Multimodal music therapy profile -- Case example: children : Case of J ; BASIC I.D. ; Multimodal music therapy profile ; Music therapy intervention plan ; Implementation strategy ; Music therapy progress report chart -- Alternate strategies for documenting intervention and progress : Individualized intervention plan ; Session progress note -- Reliability and validity of the psychiatric music therapy questionnaire (PMTQ)
  • Part II. Adults: Codes -- Behavior : Lack of assertiveness ; Lack of attention span ; Lack of awareness of personal space/boundaries ; Poor eye contact ; Demanding and intrusive (overly assertive) ; Passive dependent or passive aggressive communication ; Lacks self-control; loses temper ; Exhibits assaultive behavior ; Inappropriate channeling of creativity ; Rocks while seated ; Excessive complaining ; Exhibits general perseverative behaviors ; Restlessness; akathisia ; Intolerance of younger age groups of patients -- Affect : Inability to verbally or nonverbally express or identify feelings or emotions in self or others; flat or inappropriate affect ; Exhibits emotional detachment regarding life situations ; Becomes angry when coping with frustration ; Depressive; decreased energy; pessimistic about future ; Severe depression; suicidal ideation ; Anxiety ; Impulsive emotional outbursts; lacks impulse control ; Panic attacks ; Angry, emotional outbursts; intermittent explosive disorder ; Feels out of control when listening to certain songs ; Difficulty identifying perceived unacceptable or suppressed feelings ; Experience anger when atention is given to other patients ; Expersses affect inappropriate to a particular emotion ; Intellectualizes feelings ; Inability or unwillingness to empthize with others ; Alternates between manic and depressive episodes; bipolar ; Difficulty relating to staff that is the same sex as the abuser ; Feelings of rage and resentment toward mother -- Sensory : Preoccupation with internal thoughs; allucinations ; Difficulty coping with stress and tension -- Imagery : Difficulty envisioning a pleasant place during relaxation ; Difficulty focusing on pleasant place for 10 to 15 minutes ; Distorted body image (associated with eating disorder) -- Cognitive : Low self-esteem; low opinion of self; negative self-statements ; Delusional; paranoid ideation; does not trust peers ; Lacks problem-solving skills ; Disoriented; lacks reality orientation; loose associations ; Poor short/long term memory skills ; Poor decision-making skills ; Denies having problems ; Has difficulty accepting responsibility for change ; Gives up easily when solving problems ; Difficulty following directions ; Unaware of the purpose or need for hospitalization ; Difficulty coping with the reality of hospitalization ; Denies others have similar problems ; Has difficulties in verbal psychotherapy ; Delusions of grandeur ; Poor judgment; difficulty assessing social situations ; Lack of self-awareness ; Difficulty setting goals ; Misinterprets messages/communications ; Feelings of helplessness ; Inability to structure time ; Inability to relate to metaphor ; Lacks concept of a healthy heterosexual relationship -- Interpersonal-Socialization (includes leisure skills) : Reclusive; withdrawn; isolative behavior ; Does not appropriately utilize leisure time (unhealthy coping skills) ; Uncooperative behavior with others ; Lack of interest and motivation to use leisure time ; Experiences difficulty bonding with others ; Experiences difficulty with the sharing of personal data ; Difficulty involving self in community groups ; Does not sit with group ; Inappropriate relationships with opposite sex ; Self-centeredness ; Undesirable statements about others; loner ; Wears clothing inappropriate for the occasion ; Egocentric, childish behavior ; Inappropriate verbalization in social setting ; Attention seeking ; Poor group leadership and organizational skills ; Frequents barrooms during leisure time ; Demonstrates lack of awareness of others ; Difficulty learning names of long term relationships ; Difficulty tolerating small groups ; Inappropriate relationships with the opposite sex ; Aggressive and manipulative ; Lacks knowledge of how to have nondestructive fun ; Exhibits inappropriate behavior at community events ; Argues frequently with authority figures ; Interacts with staff but not with peers ; Impatience and intolerance with peers ; Excessive working; lack of leisure ; Excessive stress associated with leisure activity ; Withdrawn and passive during one-to-one sessions ; Stays in bed all day; avoids socialization ; Will not attend group -- Drugs (includes substance use or abuse and medications; Physical well being; Physical communication problems) : Abuses substances during leisure time ; Denies having a substance abuse problem ; Attributes substance abuse to life stress ; Lacks awareness of the progression of substance abuse ; Reluctant to discuss substance abuse and treatment issues ; Manipulates environment to get my own way ; Inability to identify coping mechanisms ; Mourns loss of drug habit ; Absence of daily exercise routine; poor muscle tone ; Poor personal hygiene ; Insomnia ; Lack of neuromuscular endurance in upper extremities ; Poor gross and fine motor coordination ; Sensory integrative functioning ; Sensorimotor functioning ; Lack of diaphragmatic control ; Does not communicate clearly; poor articulation ; Poor nonverbal communication ; Uses one-word sentences ; Exhibits pressured speech ; Makes irrelevant comments about topic of group discussion ; Poor breath support ; Speaks too softly to be heard -- Adolescents: Codes : Behavior : Lack of assertiveness ; Attention deficit disorder ; Withdraws from social situations ; Hyperactive; unable to focus ; Inability to follow directions -- Affect : Inability to identify/express feelings; inappropriate expression of feelings ; Exhibits anger or rage ; Experiences stress reactions ; Experiences excessive anxiety ; Lacks self-control; poor impulse control ; Difficulty sharing feelings ; Depressed ; Suicidal ; Difficulty expressing positive feelings ; Socially unacceptable expression of emotions -- Sensory -- Imagery: Distorted body image (associated with eating disorder) -- Cognitive : Low self-esteem; negative self-statements ; Lacks problem-solving skills ; Gives up easily when solving problems; low frustration tolerance ; Exhibits paranoid behavior ; Does not respond well to constructive criticism ; Lacks awareness of personal problems ; Poor organizational skills ; Poor conflict identification and resolution skills ; Inability to cope with family conflicts ; Lacks insight into family interactions ; Unaware of relationship to peer group ; Does not trust therapist ; Inability to make decisions -- Interpersonal-socialization (includes leisure skills) : Uncooperative behavior; does not follow directions ; Lacks awareness of self or others; detached ; Withdrawn; isolates self ; Inappropriate use of leisure time ; Lacks motivation to engage in leisure activities ; Lack of interest in others ; Excessive fear of rejection ; Uses inappropriate behavior to gain attention ; Does not share or take turns ; Poor leadership skills -- Drugs (includes substance use or abuse) : Unaware of or denies substance abuse ; Uses substances regularly ; Uses substances to numb affect ; Mourns loss of the substance ; Links own identity to substance ; Lack of diaphragmatic control (from eating disorder) -- Children: Codes : Behavior : Unassertive; does not express own needs ; Attention deficit; lacks attention span ; Does not take turns ; Hits peers ; Poor eye contact -- Affect : Impaired ability to identify/express feelings; inappropriate affect; poor vocabulary of feeling words -- Sensory : Lacks auditory sequential memory ; Lacks auditory discrimination skills -- Imagery : Inability to experience thoughts when attempting to relax ; Inability to use imagination to develop stories -- Cognitive : Difficulty following directions ; Lacks directionality and spatial concepts ; Low self-esteem; negative self-statements ; Inappropriate approach to tasks ; Manipulates using intimidation ; Lacks temporal or time concepts ; Lacks money concepts ; Difficulty recalling letters of the alphabet ; Poor counting skills ; Poor reading and writing skills -- Interpersonal-socialization : Exhibits disruptive or socially inappropriate behavior ; Withdrawn ; Uncooperative with adults and peers ; Does not share ; Interrupts ; Inaudible speaking voice ; Lacks leadership skills ; Does not respond to greetings or closings -- Drugs (includes physical well being and physical communication problems : Impaired gross motor coordination ; Lacks finger dexterity ; Impaired grasp function ; Lacks eye-hand motor coordination ; Excessive dropping of objects (poor grasp maintenance) ; Impaired ability to describe objects, feelings or situations ; Difficulty imitating speech or nonspeech sounds ; Explosive speech ; Poor speech articulation ; Impaired receptive language ability; poor comprehension
  • Adults-music behavior : Listening to music : Demonstrates musical perferenes ; Demonstrates familiarity with a variety of styles of music ; Shares personal knowledge or recollections of music ; Chooses music to promote own relaxation ; Selects preferred music that expresses feelings ; Demonstrates musical awareness ; Associates affect with corresponding music ; Recognizes titles of songs when they are played ; Chooses a song for group listening ; Distinguishes characteristics of music ; Leistens to music but does not identify musical preferences ; Chooses music that describes self ; Identifies names of muical instruments used in a recording ; Demonstrates the ability to perceie music ; Sleeps when listening to music ; Patient listens to one recording to exclusion of other recordings ; Demonstrates the ability to locate sound sources ; Chooses music that describes a peer ; Prefers specific elements of music ; Expresses likes as well as dislikes regarding muisc ; Chooses appropriate background music -- Singing : Participates in group sing-a-long ; Performs a vocal solo before the group ; Sings and follows a choral part ; Participates in a choir ; Completes music questionnaire ; Exhibits superior vocal skill ; Sings only one style of music ; Demonstrates vocal range ; Sings at least two lines of a song from memory ; Sings with correct pitch and rhythm ; Matches pitch ; Sings with appropriate dynamics ; Requests voice lessons ; Uses voice expressively ; Stays on task during singing activities ; Sings with breath control and appropriate intensity ; Participates in toning exercises ; Sings both a cappella and with accompaniment ; Deomstrates physiological aspects of vocalization ; Sings lyrics to an entire song ; Sings lyrics to only phrases of songs ; Sings song lyrics in sequence ; Exhibits performance anxiety ; Expresses likes and dislikes about a song -- Playing instruments : Demonstrates interest in playing music instrument ; Demonstrates instrumental ability ; Exhibits performance anxiety ; Performs in a group ensemble for peers ; Assessment of past instrumental performance ; Imitates or repeats rhythmic or melodic phrase ; Accompanies own singing ; Plays tone bells ; Participates in informal jam session ; Performs a variety of musical styles -- Improvising music : Plays orff and rhythm instruments ; Expresses feelings and expressiveness ; Maintains ostinato pattern ; Improvises a rhythm or melody over an ostinato pattern ; Feels musically inferior ; Demonstrates preference for improvisational instruments ; Demonstrates the ability to imitate, alternate, and initiate ; Expresses a desire to improvise at the piano ; Expresses creativity during group improvisation ; Feels at ease when improvising ; Leads or conducts group improvisation sessions ; Hears chord changes ; Interacts with other group members while improvising ; Improvises movements to music -- Locomotor movement to music : Dances to music ; Participates in structured creative movement to music ; Participates in unstructured creative movement to music ; Moves in rhythm to music ; Participates in aerobics ; Maintains the tempo of the music given directed movement ; Integrates and performs structured rhythm patterns to music ; Participates in creative dance and body language ; Awareness of personal space or body limits ; Leads group in movement ; Feels comfortable with structured movement activity -- Composing music : Participates in lyric writing ; Composes, sings, and plays own compositions ; Learns newly composed song by rote -- Nonlocomotor movement to music : Imitates movements to music ; Changes movement in response to movement ; Taps fingers, toes, or claps to music ; Follows and maintains pulse -- Adolescents-music behavior : Listening to music : Demonstrates awareness of a variety of styles of music ; Demonstrates musical preferences ; Uses music for relaxation ; Associates affect with music ; Interested in new types of music ; Chooses music that expresses own views ; Identifies musical characteristics ; Has confidence in own musical interpretations ; Listens to the lyrics of music ; Attends to music -- Playing instruments : Desires to play and instrument ; Plays instrument for others ; Participates in group ensemble ; Critiques musical performance ; Demonstrates rhythmic ability ; Respects various musical styles -- Improvising music : Varies improvisation ; Improvises within rhythmic structure ; Demonstrates awareness of other ensemble members ; Demonstrates interest in playing music instruments ; Improvises on the pentatonic scale ; Improvises on the blues scale ; Creates improvisations representative of moods ; Improvises with one other person ; Improvises musically -- Singing : Demonstrates the ability to match pitch and follow rhythms ; Sings solo in front of group ; Blends with group ; Sings with adequate loudness ; Sings with a vocal tone that is not too breathy ; Sings in tune with a pleasing timbre ; Sings with proper diction ; Demonstrates expanded vocal range ; Sings with a choir -- Composing music : Demonstrates the ability to write lyrics and melody ; Uses lyric writing as a means of self-expressions ; Participates in writing song parodies ; Bases music composition on pictures, themes, or symbols ; Experiences rhythmic difficulties when composing ; Composes a variety of styles of music ; Has trouble rhyming or thinking of lyrics ; Uses imagination to create music productions ; Organizes sounds into music -- Locomotor movement to music : Participates in unstructured creative movement to music ; Dances to music ; Unable to respond to cues when dancing -- Children-music behavior : Listening to music : Identifies characteristics of music ; States musical preferences ; Reads lyrics to songs ; Identifies popular songs ; Demonstrates audience behavior -- Singing : Sings on pitch ; Sings melodic phrases ; Sings with music therapist from song book ; Sings entire length of song ; Sings loudly enough to be heard ; Chooses songs about own family from song books ; Sings a song from memory -- Playing instruments : Responds rhythmically to music ; Plays a variety of instruments ; Plays instrument on cue ; Plays autoharp ; Plays choir chimes ; Plays guitar ; Uses rhythm or lumi sticks correctly ; Listens to tape recording of own performance ; Plays music instrument for peer or staff -- Locomotor movement to music : Creates movement to music ; Participates in choreography ; Imitates or mirrors musical movement ; Moves in rhythm to music ; Moves freely and spontaneously without rigidity ; Follows sequence of movement activity ; Walks to the beat of music -- Composing music : Composes new lyrics to songs ; Composes a greeting song -- Improvising music : Creates song through improvisation ; Directs an improvisation -- Nonlocomotor movement to music: Claps rhythms
  • Part III. Practice exercises : General standards ; Instructions for psychiatric music therapy questionnaire (PMTQ) analysis ; PMTQ analysis: adults : Bob ; James -- PMTQ analysis: adolescents : Kathy -- PMTQ analysis: children : Allen -- Group therapy : Group therapy ; Procedure ; Formulating a group BASIC I.D. : Writing an individual multimodal treatment plan ; Patients with diversified problems ; Other group music therapy situations -- Brief therapy: short-term music therapy : Short-term music therapy ; Therapeutic factors promoting change in short-term settings ; Therapeutic techniques for short-term settings ; Music therapy in short-term settings ; Multimodal music therapy profile: Ron ; References for brief therapy and short-term psychotherapy -- Appendix I : Psychiatric music therapy questionnaire: adults ; Optional answer sheet -- Appendix II : Psychiatric music therapy questionnaire: adolescents ; Optional answer sheet -- Appendix III: Psychiatric music therapy questionnaire: children ; Optional answer sheet -- Appendix IV : Clinical forms : Basic I.D. ; Multimodal music therapy profile (adults) ; Multimodal music therapy profile (adolescents) ; Multimodal music therapy profile (children) ; Music therapy intervention plan ; Implementation strategy ; Music therapy progress report chart -- Alternate forms : Individualized intervention plan ; Session progress note
  • -- Interpersonal-Socialization -- Drugs; -- Impaired gross motor coordination ; Lacks finger dexterity ; Impaired grasp function ; Lacks eye-hand motor coordination ; Excessive dropping of objects (poor grasp maintenance) ; Impaired ability to describe objects, feelings or situations ; Difficulty imitating speech or nonspeech sounds ; Explosive speech ; Poor speech articulation ; Impaired receptive language ability; poor comprehension 5. Children -- Behavior -- Affect -- Sensory -- Imagery -- Cognitive -- Interpersonal-Socialization -- Drugs; 6. Adults -- Music Behavior -- Listening to Music -- Singing -- Playing Instruments -- Improvising Music -- Locomotor Movement to Music -- Composing Music -- Nonlocomotor Movement to Music; 7. Adolescents -- Music Behavior -- Listening to Music -- Playing Instruments -- Improvising Music -- Singing -- Composing Music -- Locomotor Movement to Music; 8. Children -- Music Behavior -- Listening to Music -- Singing -- Playing Instruments -- Locomotor Movement to Music -- Composing Music -- Improvising Music -- Short-Term Music Therapy; Appendix 1; Appendix 2; Appendix / Nonlocomotor Movement to Music; Part III; 9. Practice Exercises; 10. Group Therapy; 11. Brief Therapy
Control code
65177636
Dimensions
28 cm
Edition
3rd ed
Extent
xii, 256 p.
Isbn
9781843108313
System control number
(OCoLC)65177636

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