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How many countries practice music therapy?

a) 36


b) 39
c) 37

b) 39

Musicians are different from music therapists.

a) True
b) False

TRUUUUU

Music might be dangerous because it may provoke negative memories and emotions.

a) True


b) False

TRUUUUU

Music therapist have to ensure the music does not antagonize an issue.

Which country has the largest number of trained music therapists?


a) United States


b) Australia


c) South Africa

a) Unites States

Which one of these is not a reason for a LTC referral?


a) Agitation
b) Delirium


c) fatigue

c) fatigue

How many hours of internship with an accredited music therapist is required?


a) 100 hours


b) 1000 hours


c) 10000 hours

b) 1000 hours

Music therapists providing specific "music prescriptions" to clients to cater to their particular reason for referral.


a) True


b) False

b) FALSE
There is so specific type of music for any illness/ect.

Why is previous training in music considered a hinderance?

a) They have more hang-ups.


b) Students are often taught that there is only one way to play and that holds them back.
c) A & B
d) Previous training in music is not considered a hinderance.

c) A&B
Clients with previous music experience often go on auto-pilot and are afraid to make a mistake.

Where is the line between Music Therapy and Entertainment?

a) Music therapists do their work with the intent to rehabilitate
b) There is a line, but it's often blurred as the two intersect.
c) There is no line, they're the same thing.

a) Music therapists do their work with the intent to rehabilitate

Listening as an intervention...




a) Helps develop cognitive skills


b) Offers creative, non-verbal means of expressing thoughts and feelings


c) Improves intake of oxygen


e) all of the above
f) A & B

a) Helps develop cognitive skills


b = Improv
C = Singing

The Behavioural Approach Model..




a) Treatment is based on collaboration between client and therapist an on testing belief


b) Understands psychological and physiological functions of music


c) Is the use of music and the therapist's self to influence changes in behaviour


d) A & C

c) Is the use of music and the therapist's self to influence changes in behaviour


b = Improv


c =CBMT

Which Music Therapy organization is national and self-regulated?

a) Music Therapy Association of Ontario (MTAO)


b) Canadian Association of Music Therapy (CAMT)


c) College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO)

b) Canadian Association of Music Therapy

Laurier is the only University to offer intro to music therapy course that does not have a music therapy program.



a) True
b) False

b) False
it's McMaster

Treatment plan interventions include...



a) Singing


b) Listening
c) Pre-composed music
d) all of the above
e) A & B

d) all of the above

How many universities in Canada offer BA programs in Music Therapy.




a) 5
b) 4
c) 3
d) 6

a) 5

________ is a vehicle for examining feelings about the meaning of life and death.




a) Composing


b) Improvising


c) Listening

a) Composing

Music engages the whole brain.




a) True


b) False

a) TRUUUU

The creative music therapy approach was developed by..




a) Mary Priestly


b) Dr. Colin Lee


c) Juliet Alvin


d) Nordoff-Robbins

d) Paul Nordoff & Clive Robbins

Who oversees Music Therapy in Canada?

a) CAMT


b) MTAO
c) CRPO
d) all of the above

a) CAMT
- the others are regional/provincial

A client directing the course of therapy is an example of..




a) Free Improvisation


b) Client Centred Approach


c) Music Centered Approach
d) none of the above

b) Client Centred Approach