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Developing Guidelines for Group Music Therapy for Chronic Depression
Are you currently providing music therapy within a Community Mental Health Team? Do you have ideas on how music therapy can best be provided for chronic depression in the community? Are you interested in hearing what other music therapists are doing and sharing your own ideas and innovations?
NAME OF RESEARCHER(S):
Catherine Carr, Julian O'Kelly
PROJECT DATES
Start Date: Fri 1st July
End Date: Sun 31st July
FULL PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Developing Guidelines for Group Music Therapy for Chronic Depression

 

-       Are you currently providing music therapy within a Community Mental Health Team?

 

-       Do you have ideas on how music therapy can best be provided for chronic depression in the community?

 

-       Are you interested in hearing what other music therapists are doing and sharing your own ideas and innovations?

 

We are currently seeking music therapists to take part in group discussions (focus groups) to develop a specific group music therapy intervention for chronic depression in the community. Four focus groups are planned to happen in East London during July 2016. If it is not possible for you to attend one of these groups, we can also arrange an individual interview at a time to suit you.

 

Information about what taking part would involve is attached

 

If you are interested in taking part, or would like an informal discussion before deciding, please contact:

 

Catherine Carr

NIHR Clinical Lecturer, Music Therapist                                                                                                                

Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry, Newham Centre for Mental Health                                         

Email: c.e.carr@qmul.ac.uk              Telephone: 020 7540 4380

 

Thank you for your time and consideration.                 

                                                                     

PROJECT INFORMATION
Project Type:
Paper
Institute:
Queen Mary/east London NHS
Name of Researcher(s):
Catherine Carr, Julian O'Kelly
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