What’s Inside This Toolbox
- 84 single-sided pages
- English and Spanish lyrics
- documentation tool
- digital form files on CD
- Music Rx Tip: Handouts for Medical Staff
What is Music Therapy?
Reasons for Music Therapy Referrals ( two different formats )
- Music Rx Tip: Documentation Examples
Documentation Examples for Medical Settings
- Music Rx Tip: Top Song Lists
Top 40 Song List
Top 40 Under-Age-40 Song List
Top 45 Older-Adult Song List
Top 60 Classic Rock Song List
Top 70 Under-Age-30 Song List
Songs and Fill-in-the-Blank Samples
- Music Rx Tip: Relaxation Tools and Strategies
- Music Rx Tip: Sample Introductions for Music and Imagery Scripts
Scripts for Energizing and Relaxation
Energizing Exercise 1: When You’re Smilin’!
Energizing Exercise 2: Rhythm Improvisation
Relaxation Exercise 1: The 60-Second Break
Relaxation Exercise 2: Humming
Using Music for Pain Management and Treatment of Side Effects
Music Listening for Relaxation: Techniques
Music Listening for Relaxation: Tips
Positive Affirmations for Wholeness
Using Your Voice for Relaxation
Recommended Music for Relaxation
Music for Healing and Wellness
- Music Rx Tip: Record the Session
- Appendix A
Music Therapy Brochures in English and Spanish
“Sorry I Missed You” Note
- Appendix B
Operational Definitions for Medical Documentation (Adult and Child)
Quality of Life Model for Music Therapy
Pain, Anxiety, and Nausea Scales
English / Spanish Flash Cards
References to items on the Board Certification Domains are based on the Practice Analysis Study of 2014. Those registered for the MusicWorx Toolbox course Medical Settings Strategies, Applications, and Sample Forms for Therapists, Second Edition will develop or improve their abilities to use music therapeutically in a variety of medical settings, including inpatient facilities, outpatient facilities, and at the bedside. Participants will learn about implementation and structure of initial and ongoing treatment strategies, as well as ongoing documentation and evaluation of therapy techniques.
The MusicWorx Toolbox course Medical Settings Strategies, Applications, and Sample Forms for Therapists, Second Edition addresses these specific competencies in the current Board Certification Domains:
Learning Objective 1
Create two relaxation scripts (one for adults, one for children) for music-centered relaxation execises.
Learning Objective 2
Describe three ways music may be used for pain, anxiety, and / or nausea management.
Learning Objective 3
Articulate (verbally or written) the medical reasoning behind using music therapy with patients.
Learning Objective 4
Assess at least one music therapy strategy to offer a patient suffering from extreme nausea.