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Music therapy


As most of us has experienced, music has the special quality of being able to touch people's emotions directly. Music therapy makes use of this and aims to open up communication channels via a non-verbal route.

If the client plays music himself, we speak of active music therapy; if the focus is on consciously listening to selected pieces of music, we speak of receptive music therapy. Both can be combined and alternated as needed.


Since musical improvisation plays a major role, it is not necessary to know how to play an instrument; one can even benefit from music therapy without any previous musical training.

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