Addressing Perceived Pain in Childbirth: A Music Therapy Voicework Intervention Design

@inproceedings{Barbieri2015AddressingPP,
  title={Addressing Perceived Pain in Childbirth: A Music Therapy Voicework Intervention Design},
  author={Jan Marie Barbieri},
  year={2015}
}
This study presents a six session music therapy intervention design for the use of vocalization during labor to reduce the perceived pain of un-medicated vaginal childbirth. Currently, only one childbirth education study is available on the use of vocalizing during childbirth, and with positive outcomes. While music therapy offers an established recorded music intervention for childbirth (music therapy-assisted childbirth), there is currently no evidence of a comparable vocal intervention in… CONTINUE READING

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