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Music Therapy via Remote Video Technology: A Case Review

Aaron Lightstone

Published: 2011-09-09

VIDEO: Aaron Lightstone presents a case review explaining how the process of dyadic musical improvisation was successful in the treatment of a client for various symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and co-morbid major depressive disorder

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  • gjfc_2011_music_therapy_full.mp4

    307 MB | video/mp4


Listening itself, an improvisative act engaged in by everyone, announces a practice of active engagement with the world, where we sift, interpret, store and forget, in parallel with action and fundamentally articulated with it ("Mobilitas Animi" 113).

– George E. Lewis