Discontinue the music therapy assessment and make recommendations to another type of therapy.
Use only non-musical assessment tools to avoid agitating the patient.
Seek guidance from medical staff to determine procedures and protocol for moving forward.
Continue the assessment to determine if music can be used effectively with the patient.
Record the amount of time the client engages in drum playing for each trial.
Count the number of beats per minute the client plays on a drum for each trial.
Count the number of times the client engages in drum playing during each session.
Record the amount of time the client is off-task during each session.
A slow movement from a classical sonata a slow movement from a classical sonata
New-age relaxation music
Music from the client's young-adult years
Lively, energetic music
Appalachian folk music
Birth weight of the infant
Current stage of the infant's neurological development
Preferred music of the mother
Music the infant heard while in the womb
Offer suggestions to the clients about how to approach their current therapists to obtain referrals for provision of specialized music therapy services.
Schedule these new clients and then notify their other music therapists that he is able to help them serve the community and will be working with their clients.
Accept these clients only after speaking with their current music therapists about the situation.
Suggest that the clients switch from their current therapists to him to allow continuity of service provision across the week from the same provider.
Compose a song using input from group members who participate.
emphasize proper use of rhyme schemes and musical form to provide structure.
Encourage each client to contribute a personal thought for use in the lyrics.
Instruct each client to write and sing a solo verse for the song.
Continue with the intervention and let the teacher know that the client had a seizure during music therapy.
Conclude that the seizure was caused by the music and discontinue music therapy.
Discontinue music therapy until the child is evaluated by a neurologist.
Continue music therapy and recommend that the client see a doctor for medication.
The group members did not listen to one another's playing.
The improvisation did not enhance group cohesion.
The clients needed more direction in the improvisation.
Each person had his or her own subjective experience.
Request permission to bring in small instruments.
Adhere to the instructions.
Bring in small instruments based on best professional judgement.
Question the administration about the severe restrictions.
2, 3, and 4 only
1, 2, and 3 only 1, 2, and 3 only
1, 3, and 4 only
1, 2, and 4 only