Appalachian Theses in Music Therapy
Berry, A. (2019). A collaborative coalition: Action research response to a music therapy group for gender and sexual minority college students.
Esposito, K. (2019). Creating new music therapy programs in medical settings: A phenomenological inquiry.
Mercier, A. E. (2019). The use of creative arts in music therapy supervision: A sequential-explanatory mixed methods study.
Bodry, K. L. (2018). Clinical applications of feminist theory in music therapy: A phenomenological study.
Waller-Wicks, C. (2018). Music therapy and expressive arts to promote self-awareness and self-care in direct care staff: A phenomenological inquiry.
Donley, J. M. (2017). Understanding how Western-trained music therapists incorporate Chinese culture in their practice In China: An ethnographic study.
Lingafelt, H. H. (2017). Psychological factors in the use of music therapy with individuals experiencing pain: A survey of current practice.
Neel, K. M. (2017). Self-care for students: A pilot study on self-care education on the pre-internship music therapy students.
King, K. W. (2016). The practice of teaching therapeutic songwriting: A survey of educators and internship supervisors.
Grimmer, M. S. (2016). Cross-cultural music therapy: Reflections of music therapists working internationally.
Dorris, A. D. (2015). Music therapy when death is imminent: A phenomenological inquiry.
Renshaw, S. (2015). The use of rap music in music therapy treatment with adolescents and young adults: A survey.
Stith, C. C. (2015). The effects of musical tempo and dynamic range on heart rate variability in healthy adults.
Honig, T. J. (2014). Wilderness imagery in the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music: A phenomenological inquiry.
Tate, C. E. (2014). Breaking the silence: A qualitative study on the use of Guided Imagery and Music, expressive arts, and a body-centered perspective to address women's issues.
Barwick, C. A. (2014). Describing the subtle factors that influence moments of interactive responses during music therapy sessions for people with late-stage Alzheimer’s disease and other related major neurocognitive disorders: A multiple case study.
Johnson, A. E. (2014). Benefits and challenges of therapeutic songwriting with deaf adolescent girls: A qualitative feasibility study.
Rosenblum, S. O. (2014). Group music therapy versus individual verbal therapy for mandated college students.
Wilson, S. H. (2014). Music therapy support groups for family caregivers of individuals residing in long- term care facilities: A survey of music therapists and interviews with current family caregivers.
Chwalek, C. M. (2013). The use of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) in music therapy: A survey of current practice.
Rayburn, A. D. (2013). A phenomenological inquiry into systemic music therapy to accompany the grief journey of a boy with high functioning autism.
Deans, C. M. (2012). The use of dreamwork with the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music: A survey of current practice.
Roberts, S. M. (2012). Current use of augmentative and alternative communication in music therapy: A survey and case study.
Dempsey, D. (2011). Grief rock band: The use of music therapy interventions to decrease depressive symptoms and facilitate expression of grief in bereaved adolescents.
Biron, R. N. (2010). Supporting pregnancy and childbirth using techniques from music therapy, counseling, and doula training.
Cloud, J. P. (2010). The use of music therapy and motivational interviewing with college student drinkers to invite “change talk.”
Hoyle, J. L. P. (2010). The role of music therapy in the bereavement process of adults with intellectual disabilities.
Leonard, K. R. (2010). A search for wholeness: Songs of healing for adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders.
Brown, L. R. (2009). The effect of music therapy social skills interventions on children with behavioral and emotional disabilities or autism.
Schwantes, M. B. (2007). Music therapy with Mexican migrant farm workers in rural NC: A pilot study.