therapie werkt beter als hulpverlener de achtergrond van een musicus kent

Muzikant en verslaving

therapie werkt beter als hulpverlener de achtergrond van een musicus kent

uit onderzoek komt naar voren dat musici er baat bij hebben als ze bijgestaan worden door professionals die weten wat het vak van `musicus inhoudt

Popular Musician Responses to treatment by specialized helpers

Berg L1, King B, Koenig J, McRoberts RL.
Author information
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Dep. of Psychiatry, University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School, 3501 Mills Avenue, Austin, TX 78731, USA. Tel 512-324-1051, fax 512-324-1394. LBerg@ascension.org.
Abstract
OBJECTIVE:
Popular (i.e., nonclassical) musicians have higher rates of mental health disorders and mental health service utilization than the general population. Little is known, however, about how popular musicians perceive mental health interventions in terms of overall satisfaction and therapeutic benefit.

CONCLUSION:
Popular musicians express strong provider satisfaction and overall benefit when mental health interventions are accessible, affordable, and delivered by professionals familiar with their concerns. More research is needed to understand the unique psychosocial stresses popular musicians face to inform treatment planning for this high-risk, underserved population.
PMID: 29868687 DOI: 10.21091/mppa.2018.2020