Attachment-based music therapy in a parent-infant setting
This PhD-researchproject at theMusic Therapy
Research Centre Viennafocuses on the particular importance of attachment theories for working with families in an early childhood music therapy setting.
In a short-term music therapy setting, the infant and his/her caregiver attend weekly music therapy sessions, each of them videotaped and accompanied by parent counselling. The main purpose of
this resource-oriented therapeutic work is to reinforce sensitive attunement of the parental behavior to the infant´s signals and needs.
As part of a mixed-methods-pilot-study the researcher wants to identify special music therapeutic techniques, which are particularly suitable to
support mutual attuned, adequate and sensitive parent-child interaction. The central aim is to conceptualize and evaluate an attachment-based music therapy approach for infants (0–4 years old)
and their caregivers.
Project management: Eva Phan Quoc
Currently: concept development, feasibility study
This research project is supported by the Andreas Tobias Kind Foundation, Germany.
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