A look overview at music therapy interventions


A look overview at music therapy interventions

Music plays an important role in our life. It can connect all people in the world without understanding about language. Thanks to music, you can relax, take a rest or keep in your mind. It is also granted as a useful sport for mind and spirit.

Besides visible benefits from music as referred above, music also considers as useful treatment. How music can apply to therapy interventions? This article will analyze effect of music therapy interventions.

In general, music therapy interventions are divided into 2 main types: active interventions and receptive interventions. As the same theory, these interventions will take advantage of power of tunes and sound waves then penetrate directly to mind of the human. As good consequence, it can support your mind to get balance and feel peace, comfort. Music therapy can bring positive shift in focus by only listening some songs or playing any instrument.  Although it is complicated to explain by word, music therapy interventions will impact positively on thought, feeling and soul of listener.

We can make clearly about other form of music therapy interventions. Firstly, it is form of active music interventions. It is applied when clients and therapists involve the music therapeutic process together as partners. It means therapists will instruct and practice with his clients to control as well adjust changing in mind and soul properly. To join this type, clients usually offer some activities like dancing, group singing, performance or some musical games. It seems familiar with our daily life.

Whereas form of receptive or passive interventions means clients will listen and think about a few songs of music relaxation therapies or mindful music meditation so on. Basically, in this form, clients almost listen and feel without practicing or performing as active music interventions.

For example, Neurologic music therapy (NMT) is one of the most popular music interventions applied to record brain functions before and after exposure music