Music Therapy

First published on Stillpoint Spaces Music is pretty powerful. It’s the undeniable euphoria and buzz that comes from hearing a song you love, the effect akin to walking on sunshine whilst watching lambs frolic king gleefully after you’ve just necked your morning triple shot coffee. It’s the ability of a song to transport you toContinue reading “Music Therapy”

Qualitative Research in Arts and Mental Health: Context, meaning and evidence

Written for McPin This book, edited by Theo Stickley, associate professor of mental health at the university of Nottingham and expert on mental health, arts and health, counselling or nurse education, brings together three rather nebulous and difficult to define concepts – qualitative, art, and mental health – with the aim of proving, at leastContinue reading “Qualitative Research in Arts and Mental Health: Context, meaning and evidence”