Title

Music Therapy With Youngsters Addicted to Drugs, Alcohol or Medication, from the Sirens to Orpheus

Journal

Music Therapy Today

Year

2007

Volume

8

Issue

3

First Page

349

Last Page

354

Abstract

The author suggests that music therapy is about creating, making forms for that which is without any form. For adolescents, music and drugs are related, but the goal is to remove the drugs from therapy and bring in healing through music.

Music and Health Institute Terms

Adolescents; Alcohol Use, Abuse and Addiction; Drug Use, Abuse and Addiction; Improvisation; Music Listening; Music Therapy Treatment Center; Music Therapy; Psychological Outcomes; Receptive Music Methods; Recorded Music Listening; Subjective Reports; Substance Use, Abuse and Addiction; Wellness and Well-Being

Indexed Terms

Drug Addiction; Alcoholism; Prescription Drugs; Teenagers

Study Type

Editorials, Opinions, Position Papers

Disciplines

Substance Abuse and Addiction

Document Type

Article

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