by Joseph Scartelli, Ph.D., RMT-BC
A unique discussion of current self-management techniques and effects. Examines the theoretical and practical foundations and applications of music as an agent in stress management and self-control. Also investigates the work that has been conducted in the area of music and biofeedback for relaxation training with information being proceeded by a discussion on stress and its physiology. Provides health care professionals with information concerning the organized use of music in both the training and treatment of stress-related disorders and a convenient reference for the advancement of research in this important area of therapy.