This article describes the preference to using receptive music therapy as a modality for helping an adolescent who has PTSD from childhood abuses. Adolescence is a difficult period during the life span. The second stage of separation/individuation provides challenges to almost all adolescents. This article contains a description of the adolescent behaviors of someone who is experiencing the consequences of PTSD. Along with an explanation of why receptive music therapy is an effective therapy with this population is a case study.
Dvorkin, Janice M. Psy.D, ACMT and Belmares, Sierra
"Music Therapy as a Treatment for Female Adolescents with Childhood Abuse,"
Verbum Incarnatum: An Academic Journal of Social Justice: Vol. 7
, Article 4.
Available at: https://athenaeum.uiw.edu/verbumincarnatum/vol7/iss1/4
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