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Heal your body, mind and spirit using the profound power found in music. This research-based approach to wellness will help you to feel better. Learn to use music to manage your stress and reduce your physical suffering, whether due to the everyday stresses of life or emotional and physical pain. Dr. Hanser and Dr. Mandel share uniquely effective music therapy strategies, learned from many years of research, clinical practice, and personal experience. The accompanying CD provides musical selections with guided relaxation and imagery to enhance your well-being. Includes a foreword, introduction and index.
Dr. Suzanne B. Hanser is founding chair, Music Therapy Department at Berklee College of Music, and is affiliated with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Women's Studies Research Center at Brandeis University. She is past president of both the World Federation of Music Therapy and National Association for Music Therapy Dr. Susan E. Mandel is a consultant to Lake Health in Ohio, where she manages the music therapy program and music therapy research investigations. She is on the faculty of the School of Advanced Studies at University of Phoenix.
Table of Contents
|CD Tracks||p. viii|
|What Can Music Do for You?||p. 3|
|Our Music Therapy Research||p. 4|
|Depression and Anxiety||p. 5|
|Cardiac Illness||p. 7|
|Research Underway||p. 9|
|End Note||p. 9|
|What Is Stress?||p. 11|
|What Is Pain?||p. 17|
|Assess Your Needs||p. 25|
|The Nature of Your Stress||p. 26|
|What Do You Feel in Your Body?||p. 28|
|What Is Going on in Your Mind?||p. 31|
|The Nature of Your Pain||p. 32|
|Your Personal Music||p. 35|
|An Evolving Plan for Music||p. 41|
|Create Your Personal Music Plan|
|Introducing Your Personal Music Plan||p. 48|
|Introducing You to Our Music||p. 50|
|Body and Breath||p. 53|
|Take a Deep Breath||p. 53|
|A Musical Workout||p. 56|
|A Musical Massage||p. 59|
|Building a Bond with Music||p. 62|
|Relax Your Body and Mind||p. 67|
|Finding Inner Harmony||p. 67|
|Sensing Peaceful Images||p. 68|
|Discovering Your Imagination||p. 71|
|Through Your Mind to Your Body||p. 75|
|Focus Your Attention||p. 75|
|Creative Problem-Solving||p. 77|
|Lullaby and Good Night||p. 81|
|A Musical Boost||p. 83|
|Singing and Chanting||p. 87|
|Write Some Lyrics||p. 96|
|Write Some Music||p. 100|
|From Your Mind to Your Heart||p. 100|
|Write for Someone Else||p. 100|
|Playing an Instrument and Improvising||p. 103|
|Play On||p. 103|
|Take a Risk||p. 104|
|Applications for Everyday Living||p. 117|
|The Traffic Buster||p. 118|
|The Workout Mom||p. 119|
|The Substitute||p. 119|
|The Guitarist||p. 120|
|The Singing Bowl||p. 120|
|The Chanter||p. 121|
|The Punk Rocker||p. 122|
|The Companion||p. 122|
|A Warm Glow||p. 123|
|Reaching Out to Others||p. 124|
|Applications for Stress and Pain||p. 127|
|The Sleep Manager||p. 128|
|Bryan's Lullaby||p. 128|
|The Pain Manager||p. 129|
|The Chronic Pain Manager||p. 130|
|Sweet Distraction||p. 130|
|The Stress Manager||p. 131|
|Slowing Down||p. 132|
|Feeling Wiggy||p. 133|
|Through Pain and Will||p. 133|
|A New Woman||p. 134|
|Shared Joy||p. 134|
|The Entertainer||p. 135|
|In a Mother's Words: A Pre- and Post-Natal Music Listening Experience||p. 136|
|Amazing Grace||p. 139|
|The Easy Listener||p. 140|
|Your Music Applications||p. 142|
|Evaluate and Enhance Your Music Plan|
|Coda: Music for Life||p. 147|
|Evaluate Your Experiences||p. 148|
|Commit to Your Plan||p. 148|
|Value Yourself||p. 149|
|Bibliography, Music Resources, and For Further Reading||p. 155|
|Log Sheets||p. 161|
|Stress Assessment Log||p. 162|
|Pain Assessment Log||p. 164|
|Music Listening Log||p. 166|
|Music Plan Worksheet||p. 168|
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