Music therapy for people with substance use disorders
The objectives are as follows: To assess the effects of music therapy, as a primary or a supportive intervention, compared to standard care, wait-list control or no treatment, for people with substance use disorders, to reduce substance use,the severity of substance dependence/abuse, psychological symptoms, and substance cravin g; to enhance motivation for change/treatment; and for retention in treatment. To assess the impact of the number of music therapy sessions on study outcomes.
Conclusions: CBT, psychosocial intervention, supportive counseling, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and other psychological interventions can be recommended for clinical practice. More studies are needed, especially for non-CBT interventions and for all psychotherapies on negative symptoms.IntroductionSchizophrenia affects approximately 1% of the population, usually starting in adolescence or young adulthood, frequently leading to persistent disability, with a high risk of suicide (8%). Despite the advance in antipsychotics treatment, approximately 30% of patients with schizophrenia show a poor response or no response to anti...
Conditions: Pain Management; Music Therapy Intervention: Device: Pain evaluation ( FLACC scale) before and during the cleaning care with and without music therapy. Sponsor: University Hospital, Montpellier Not yet recruiting
This study sought to examine music perception in terms of melodic pitch, rhythm, and memory in school-age children with ASD compared to typically-developing (TD) children. Music perception was investigated as a function of verbal and non-verbal IQ, age, and ASD social symptom severity.ResultsChildren with ASD performed similar to TD children on melodic pitch perception, rhythm perception and melodic memory. Melodic pitch perception in particular was strongly associated with non-verbal cognitive abilities in the ASD group. Similar effects of age on performance were observed in ASD and TD; in particular, rhythm discriminatio...
ConclusionIn children under 3, MT protocols result in high rates of EEG data acquisition, decrease behaviorally-related interruptions and session acquisition time. This method is successful for typically developing children and those with cerebral palsy.
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CONCLUSIONS: Despite significant heterogeneity in trial designs, timing and features of the intervention, music therapy is consistently associated with a reduction in anxiety and stress of critically ill patients. PMID: 30947484 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
A novel songwriting program takes music therapy from passive to active engagement — with significant therapeutic potential in patients with posttraumatic stress disorder, new research suggests.Medscape Medical News
Conditions: Sickle Cell Crisis; Functional Abdominal Pain; Patients Followed by the Pain Team Intervention: Other: Music Therapy Sponsors: University of Oklahoma; The Children’s Hospital at OU Medical Center Completed