Question 1: The term “anonymous minister” means that there is an unspoken and close connection between nursing and spirituality. Among all the nurses interviewed, many of them saw their professions as a calling from a higher power. For example on page 78, Catherine who has been a nurse for 25 years states” I see nursing as a spiritual vocation. It is much more than work; I find it a way of serving”. Being messenger of Good Faith is a characteristic that I found very appealing.
Karen put the question to a melody. She then rhythmically said the response in unison with Carol. If Carol had a difficult time answering, Karen asked Carol if she could help her. Karen then repeated the phrase in a rhythmic pattern. c. The rationale behind this activity is that singing or putting words to a melody can sometimes make these words easier for a person with aphasia to say.
Concert Report: University of Utah Chamber Choir 4/26/16 The first piece of the evening was “Versa est in Luctum” by Tomás Luis de Victoria.. Throughout the piece, the University of Utah Chamber Choir: did a nice job of creating nice gentle crescendos. This was created by the connection the choir and their conductor created with each other. This connection allowed them to not only seamlessly change in dynamics, but to also create beautiful emotion which accurately portrayed the mournful nature of the song. Their diction was impeccable, and the choice to employ open vowels helped to contribute to this.
In the reading passage, it was explained that motivation is divided into two kinds, which is extrinsic and intrinsic. Extrinsic motivation affect from the outside of the individual such as money and intangible rewards. On the other hand, intrinsic motivation effect from the inner of the individual. The story about Marnie showed us that when she was child, she enjoy singing so much that she can sing everywhere and the people around her are so happy to hear her singing. It means that when Marnie was so enjoyed singing, she got "Intrinsic" motivation, which she always feel happy when she was singing and singing was her desire for satisfaction.
In contrast to the fact that thanking can create obstacles, being thankful creates immense pleasure. It can prove and show the gratitude of someone. An unknown person once stated, “Take time to be thankful for everything that you have. You can always have more, but you could also have less.” This can prove immense pleasure, as many are thankful and attain more than they
Music therapy is defined as “the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program” (“American Music Therapy Association”). It cures mental issues such as depression, anxiety, and hypertension. Music therapy was approved and became an effective and significant way to cure mental injuries of veterans since World War Two. During World War Two, an era of cruelness and death, military hospitals were filled with physically and mentally injured veterans suffering in recurring haunting nightmares and shocking memories of the battlefield. In 1945, the U.S. War Department even issued Technical Bulletin 187 to create a program that encouraged the use of music to rehabilitate veterans’ emotions.
Vocal function exercises are used to strengthen the normal laryngeal muscle which improves the voice quality and finally improves the efficiency of singing. Thus it could be said that these exercises are used to improve the efficiency of singing voice Vocal Function Exercises are a series of voice manipulations that were designed to strengthen and balance the normal laryngeal musculature and to balance airflow to muscular effort just like how jogging, weight lifting, aerobics etc are used to enhance normal physiologic function. If the vocal warm up’s are not done appropriately a person may develop a vocal pathology, vocal function exercise not only improve the strength of the vocal musculature but also help in preventing the vocal pathologies. Vocal function exercises (VFEs) are known to improve the voice quality of the beginner trainee singers. A beginner trainee singer is the one who has interest in learning singing “one who loves or is fond of," and, “one who cultivates singing not as a pastime, but to prosecute it
After discovering music therapy, I fell in love with the idea of working with children on a one on one basis. I believe my gentle nature has lead me to want to work on a one on one basis, instead of a full classroom. One of my biggest inspirations, for following my dream to become a music therapist was my high school chorus director, Linda Tieman. She brought me to Ohio University, and helped me to further explore music therapy. Mrs. Tieman introduced me to an Ohio University alumni, Jessica Lucas, who graduated with a music therapy degree.
Equine therapy is suitable for many different participants and is commonly used to develop and enrich physical, social, and emotional wellbeing. The broad benefits of equine therapy have not gone unnoticed and equine therapy programs are increasingly sought after by people with disabilities. When participating in equine therapy, it 's imperative that professional equestrian therapists are on hand to coordinate and safely guide the session. THE BROAD BENEFITS OF EQUINE THERAPY Equine therapy helps build and improve your trust, self-awareness, motor skills, cognitive functions, and emotional wellbeing. Equine programs can quicken rehabilitation and enhance quality of life of people with mental, physical, and sensory disabilities.