Exploring self-concept, wellbeing and distress in therapeutic songwriting participants following acquired brain injury: A case series analysis
C Roddy, N Rickard, J Tamplin, YEC Lee, FA Baker
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation | Taylor & Francis | Published : 2020
Acquired brain injury (ABI) presents a significant threat to sense of self and necessitates a complex process of psychosocial adjustment. Self-concept changes remain understudied in the early stages of inpatient rehabilitation. The aim of the current study was to examine changes in self-concept, distress, wellbeing and functional skills for five inpatients undertaking a music therapy intervention within a subacute rehabilitation centre in Victoria, Australia. Participants completed a six-week, 12-session therapeutic songwriting programme to produce past-, current- and future-self-focused songs. A range of self-concept, subjective wellbeing and distress measures were completed pre-, mid- and ..View full abstract
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Awarded by Australian Research Council Discovery Project
This work was supported by the Australian Research Council Discovery Project under Grant number DP150100201.