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Music has therapeutic value because it id not restricted by verbal means and therefore deals directly with the mind and the emotions. This fact is expressed very aptly by Dr. Jules H. Masserman, Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases at Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois.
I am interested in music therapy as a vocation because it offers the musician an endless variety of areas in which to work. A career in music therapy requires a working knowledge of all areas of music as well as training in psychology. In addition, a general background in many other subject areas is needed.
Nicholson, Juanita Jannette, "A Study of Music Therapy as a Vocation" (1967). Honors Theses. 576.