Editor: Nöcker-Ribaupierre, Monika

Musik in Therapie und Medizin

25. Musiktherapie-Tagung am Freien Musikzentrum München e. V. (4.–5. März 2017)

17.0 x 24.0 cm, 106 p., illustrations color, illustrations b/w, paperback / softback
18,00 €

ISBN: 9783954903009
Table of Contents

Short Description

How and why does music work in therapy and clinical medicine? How can these elements be specifically used in a therapeutic context? Is it possible separate the music from music therapy practice? Is it possible to isolate music from personal or intimate relationships, the client’s personal situation and individual experiences?
Music and musical activities are prime elements in music therapy and Musicmedicine. Within psychotherapeutic music therapy, music is seen as art, improvisation, musical behaviour and experiences interwoven with personal and intimate relationships. On the other hand, in Musicmedicine, music, especially specific musical stimuli, is used to induce corresponding specific reactions.
Music, as art, used for healing relationships or the proven medical effects of musical elements – this is what happens when we move between music therapy and music medicine. When we ask, which music?  This book is an approach to individually and scientifically examine these points.


Clinical psychology (110) || Creative therapy (eg art, music, drama) (113) || Medical specialties, branches of medicine (111) || Medicine: general issues (22) || Medizin (14) || Music (80) || Musiktherapie (100) || Occupational therapy (113) || Psychotherapy (122) || Psychotherapy: general (87) || Therapie (5)