Music therapy – Introduction
|Music therapists use music as a treatment aimed at promoting good health and wellbeing. People respond to music in a wide variety of ways; responses can be physical, emotional or cognitive. Music therapists use both live and recorded music to facilitate change and well-being. Anne Horne-Thompson is a music therapist who works with people with terminal illnesses.|
The key question Anne wanted to answer was:
Can music therapy reduce anxiety in terminally ill patients?
|2003||Study design and Ethics approval|
|March, 2004||Data collection commences|
|March, 2005||Data collection completed and Data analysis commences|