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Creativity as a Functional Goal in a Biomedical Music Therapy Practice
Trained as a music therapist in the United States, with an emphasis on Cognitive Behavioral Music Therapy, the presenter found that quality of life was a common goal, but difficult to define. The presenter then explored music therapy theories, approaches, and techniques in an attempt to discover how to add legitimacy to music therapy strategies that focus on improving quality of life. In this presentation, participants will learn about how a biomedical music therapist looked at creativity as a functional outcome for clients with severe and profound disabilities. Participants will be encouraged to engage in the discussion on creativity as a therapeutic goal, including how to write observable and measurable goals for this outcome.