A CASE FROM GROUP MUSIC THERAPY FOR ADULTS WITH DEPRESSION

  • M. A. Ivannikova University of Bergen
Keywords: group music therapy, depression, outcomes, state anxiety, well-being

Abstract

This article has to the aim to present a case from short term group music therapy for adults with depression, based on the concept by Christoph Schwabe. The author makes an attempt to follow some dynamics of changes in the condition of Elizaveta. To make it work, some examples from observations and from The Incomplete-Sentences Tool developed by the author, and outcomes measured by The State Anxiety Inventory developed by Spielberger and Hanin (short version) and The Well-being, Activity and Mood Inventory (Russian: CAН [SAN]) developed by Doskin, Lavrentyeva, Sharay and Miroshnikov are taken under consideration.

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Published
2009-05-26
How to Cite
Ivannikova, M. A. (2009). A CASE FROM GROUP MUSIC THERAPY FOR ADULTS WITH DEPRESSION. Pedagogical Sciences: Theory and Practice , (1), 57-62. Retrieved from http://journalsofznu.zp.ua/index.php/pedagogics/article/view/1924