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When playing a familiar song with a young client, which of the following therapeutic exercises will MOST effectively increase sustained attention? changing not duration. This is a strategy to address attention control. This focuses on the basic auditory attention function of making the exercise increasingly longer by lengthening/augmenting the notes.
Evidence-based practice (EBP) principles require music therapists to take which of the following into account when planning treatment? AMTA states "Evidence-based music therapy practice integrates the best available research, the music therapists’ expertise, and the needs, values, and preferences of the individual(s) served."
During a MT assessment, a client with late-stage dementia changed facial expression many times, hummed parts of familiar melody, made eye contact, & attempted to play hand drum. Unresponsive to other stimuli in environment. BEST treatment recommendation individual sessions emphasizing sensory awareness and stimulation. Sensory awareness and stimulation should be targeted for music therapy because this client is unresponsive to stimuli other than music.
A music therapist is improvising in the key of G major. Which of the following secondary dominant-seventh chords should be chosen for the MOST direct transition to the new key of D major? A7 is the secondary dominant-seventh of V in G major and the dominant-seventh of D major, the most direct transition to the new key.
A MT audio records all songs written & performed by clients. The MT is presenting a case study at a national conference about a female client who experienced domestic abuse. the MT isn't working with the client. To present with audio recordings, the MT obtain consent from the client for the presentation of the case study and the audio recordings of the song. All info must be protected.
A MT in peds uses a faces scale to assess intensity of a 5 yr girl’s pain. Girl says her arm is hurting “so much!” but isn't crying. When girl is asked to circle a face on the scale, she circles a face in the middle of the scale. The BEST interpretation experiencing a lot of pain but may not associate a crying face with current feelings.Research shows that some children may not circle a crying face if they are not crying themselves. Instead, they may select the frowning face or face with straight mouth.
open tuning chords in triads. doesn't have to be in order
cognitive attempts to explain human behavior by understanding thought processes.
holistic assumes that the whole person is continually being motivated by one need or another and that people have the potential to grow toward psychological health, that is, self-actualization.
existential focuses on a person as a unique being as well as the choices that they can currently make empowering them to take responsibility for their well- being.
dyspnea shortness of breath
ataxia lack of voluntary movement
A music therapy referral is made for a client with severe agitation. During the initial music therapy assessment, the music therapist does not observe any signs of this and the client pleasantly engages. BEST action? Identify any causes that may have impacted the client’s current level of functioning. As part of the assessment, the therapist should consult with staff about possible causes for the lack of symptoms.
assimilation developmental process describing a person's ability to comprehend and integrate new information.
dissociation splitting off of behaviors, affect, sensory stimuli, and/or memories from conscious awareness, usually so that the individual may cope with traumatic events.
A bed-bound resident shares a room with another resident in a skilled nursing facility. Before providing music therapy services to the resident, the music therapist should seek permission from resident to include the other resident in MT. In facility-based care, residents often have roommates present during T. Asking permission & comfort level of resident to let others to engage/listen is conducive to participation.
When using receptive methods of music therapy with clients with psychotic disorders, a music therapist should consider using accompanying activities i.e. movement, drawing to help connect internal experience to external reality. it's recommended that music listening is accompanied by activities to help ground clients & connect to external reality. draw, move, read to music
When working to sustain the attention of a child during a medical procedure, the MOST important attribute of the music to consider is rate of change. Based on principles of habituation & dishabituation to auditory stimulus, controlling rate of change in music stimulus would be utilized to sustain listeners attention. T will determine rate of change based on response patterns of client.
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