Leist, Christine

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Describing the Subtle Factors That Influence Moments of Interactive Responses During Music Therapy Sessions For People With Late-Stage Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Related Major Neurocognitive Disorders: A Multiple Case Study 2014 1692 The purpose of this qualitative multiple case study was to describe moments of response and their triggers in individual music therapy sessions for three older adults with late-stage Alzheimer’s disease and related major neurocognitive disorders in a...
Music Therapy Support Groups for Family Caregivers of Individuals Residing in Long-Term Care Facilities: A Survey of Music Therapists and Interviews With Current Family Caregivers 2014 1913 This study examined the use of music therapy as a way to provide support to family caregivers of individuals residing in long-term care facilities. The use of music therapy as a way to support caregivers is not well documented in the current existing...
Music therapy when death is imminent: A phenomenological inquiry 2015 5571 This phenomenological inquiry examined the experiences of music therapists who provide music therapy services to clients whose death is imminent. Four experienced hospice music therapists participated in the study. Each engaged in a semi-structured i...
The Use of Rap Music in Music Therapy Treatment with Adolescents and Young Adults: A Survey 2015 6910 This study examined how music therapists who work with adolescents and young adults use rap music in music therapy treatment. The use of rap music in music therapy with any age group or population is not well examined in the existing literature; how...
Informed Songwriting Practice For Music Therapy Treatment OF Childhood Speech Sound Disorders 2016 1162 Developmental speech sound disorders (SSDs) are characterized by impairment of the production of speech sounds that form words for verbal communication, either due to flawed articulatory or phonological processes. The purpose of this study was to inv...
Psychological Factors In The Use Of Music Therapy With Individuals Experiencing Pain: A Survey Of Current Practice 2017 641 This study examined how music therapists consider psychological factors when working with individuals experiencing acute pain and individuals experiencing chronic pain. Since psychological factors such as anxiety and depression can increase the perce...