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(GAMUT, 2019-02-14)Introduction: Humour is a highly prevalent but little understood phenomenon. In music therapy, experiences of humour are not well documented yet anecdotally widespread. Method: A narrative literature review was conducted ...
(SAGE, 2009-06-01)In this article we reflect on the use of humour in music therapy on a children’s psychiatric unit. We review the current literature and, by providing detailed case vignettes, identify four characteristics of humour in music ...
Expressions of psychological distress in Sierra Leone: Implications for community-based prevention and response (Cambridge University Press, 2020)Background Over recent decades there has been considerable mental health research in Sierra Leone but little on local conceptualisations of mental health conditions. Understanding these is crucial both for identifying the ...