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music therapy

n.
Therapy that incorporates the use of musical expression, creation, or listening as part of psychological treatment or physical rehabilitation.

music therapist n.
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music therapy

A means of promoting self-expression through improvised music-making with the aim of facilitating positive changes in behavior and emotional well-being.
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