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Our mission includes performing research and publishing material to further advance the care provided to our patients and enhance the practice of medical music therapy.

Below are selected publications from current and past staff members.

Research, Chapters and Articles:
Abromeit, D., Shoemark, H, & Loewy, J. (2008).Music therapy with Pediatric Units: NICU in Medical Music Therapy for Pediatrics in Hospital Settings, Albromeit, D. & Colwell, C. (Eds). Silver Spring, MD: AMTA.

Azoulay, R. (2009). A music psychotherapy approach for the treatment of adults with pulmonary disease. In R. Azoulay & J. V. Loewy (Eds.), Music, the Breath & Health: Advances in integrative music therapy (pp.151-168). New York: Satchnote Press.

Harris, B., & Rondina, E. (2009). The Asthma Initiative Program: Medical music psychotherapy with children and teens with asthma. In R. Azoulay & J. V. Loewy (Eds.), Music, the Breath & Health: Advances in integrative music therapy (pp.135-150). New York: Satchnote Press.

Lichtenszteijn, M. (2009). The clinical use of piano with patiens suffering from breathing distress related to pain. In R. Azoulay & J. V. Loewy (Eds.), Music, the Breath & Health: Advances in integrative music therapy (pp.213-222). New York: Satchnote Press.

Loewy, J. (1994). A Hermeneutic panel study of music therapy assessment with an emotionally disturbed boy. Dissertational Abstracts International, 55(09), 2631.

Loewy, J. V. (1995). The musical stages of speech: a developmental model of pre-verbal sound making. Music Therapy, 13(1), 47-73.

Loewy, J.V. (1999). Music psychotherapy assessment in pediatric pain. In C. Dileo (Ed.), Applications of music in medicine vol. II: Theoretical and clinical perspectives. Silver Spring, Maryland: AMTA.

Loewy, J . (2000). Music psychotherapy assessment. Music Therapy Perspectives, Vol. 18(1), 47Ė58.

Loewy J. (2004). A clinical model of music therapy in the NICU. In M. NŲcker-Ribaupierre (Ed.), Music therapy for premature and newborn infants (pp. 159-176). Gilsum NH : Barcelona.

Loewy, J. (2004). Integrating music, language and the voice in music therapy. Voices: A world forum for music therapy, Vol 4(1). Retrieved March 1, 2004 from http://www.voices.no/mainissues/mi40004000140.html

Loewy, J. (2007). Music therapy in cancer care. In J. Barraclough (Ed.), Enhancing cancer care: Complementary therapy and support (pp.211-220). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Loewy, J. (2007). Developing music therapy programs in medical practice and healthcare communities. In J. Edwards (Ed.), Music: Promoting health and creating community in healthcare contexts (pp.17-28). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Loewy, J. (2009). Musical sedation: Mechanisms of breathing entrainment. In R. Azoulay & J. V. Loewy (Eds.), Music, the Breath & Health: Advances in integrative music therapy (pp.223-232). New York: Satchnote Press.

Loewy, J., Altilio T. & Dietrich, M. (2005).Lift thine eyes: music used as a transitional element in passage. In C. Dileo C. & J. V. Loewy (Eds.), Music therapy at end of life (pp. 95-104). Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Book.

Loewy, J. V., Azoulay, R., Harris, B., & Rondina, E. (2009). Clinical improvisation with W\winds: Enhancing breath in music therapy. In R. Azoulay & J. V. Loewy (Eds.), Music, the Breath & Health: Advances in integrative music therapy (pp.87-102). New York: Satchnote Press.

*Loewy, J. Hallan, C., Friedman, E. & Martinez, C. (2005). Sleep/Sedation in children undergoing EEG testing: A comparison of chloral hydrate and music therapy. Journal of Perianesthesia Nursing 20(5), 323-31. This article was selected by the Journal's review panel for the association's 2005 Mary Hanna Memorial Journalism Award. All articles considered for this Award were published during the 2005 volume year. A panel of perianesthesia nurses and a second panel of independent reviewers from other specialties considered each published article. Selection criteria included journalistic style, originality, clarity of expression, relevance of content to the specialty, and overall contribution to the collection of published nursing knowledge.

Loewy, J., Hallan, C., Friedman, E. & Martinez, C. (2006). Sleep/Sedation in children undergoing EEG testing: A comparison of chloral hydrate and music therapy. American Journal of Electrodiagnostic Technology, Vol 46(4), 343-355.

Loewy, J.V., & Stewart, A. (2005).The use of lullabies as a transient motif in ending life. In C. Dileo & J.V. Loewy (Eds.), Music therapy at the end of life (pp. 141-148). Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Loewy, J.V. & Stewart, K. (2004). Music therapy to help traumatized children and caregivers. In N. Boyd Webb (Ed.), Mass trauma and violence: Helping families and children cope (pp. 191-215). New York : Guilford Publications, Inc.

Mondanaro, J. (2008). Music therapy in the psychosocial care of pediatric patients with epilepsy. Music Therapy Perspectives 26(2), 99-26.

Mondanaro, J., Leeuwenburgh, E., Omens, S., Fogel, A., Kanazawa, M., Lynch, T., & Goldring, E. (2007). Creative arts therapies. In S. Chisolm (Ed.) The health professions: Trends and opportunities in U.S. health care. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Mondanaro, J. (2005). Interfacing music therapy with other arts modalities to address anticipatory grief and bereavement in pediatrics. In C. Dileo & J.V. Loewy (Eds.), Music therapy at the end of life (pp. 25-32). Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Quentzel, S. (2009). Future implications. In R. Azoulay & J. V. Loewy (Eds.), Music, the Breath & Health: Advances in integrative music therapy (pp.285-288). New York: Satchnote Press.

Raskin, J., & Azoulay, R. (2009). Music therapy and integrative pulmonary care. In R. Azoulay & J. V. Loewy (Eds.), Music, the Breath & Health: Advances in integrative music therapy therapy (pp. 69-86). New York: Satchnote Press.

Schreck, B. (2006). Music therapy in a medical setting. In m. Prause-Weber (Ed). Musica Ė res severa verum gaudium: Proceedings of the ISME Commission Seminar on Music in Special Education, Music Therapy and Music Medicine. Australia: UniPrint, The University of Western Australia.

Stewart, K. (2002). Models of caring for the caregiver. In J.V. Loewy & A. Frisch Hara (Eds.), Caring for the caregiver: The use of music and music therapy in grief and trauma (pp. 9-22). Silver Spring , MD : American Music Therapy Association.

Stewart, K. (2009). Dimensions of the voice: The use of voice and breath with infants and caregivers in the NICU. In R. Azoulay & J. V. Loewy (Eds.), Music, the Breath & Health: Advances in integrative music therapy (pp. 235-250). New York: Satchnote Press.

Stewart, K., & Schneider, S. (2000). The effects of music therapy on the sound environment in the NICU: A pilot study. In J. V. Loewy (Ed.), Music therapy in the neonatal intensive care unit (pp. 85-100). New York: Satchnote Press.

Stewart, K., Silberman, J., Loewy, J., Schneider, S., Scheiby, B., Bobo, A. et al. (2005). The role of music therapy in care for the caregivers of the terminally ill. In C. Dileo & J.V. Loewy (Eds.), Music therapy at the end of life (pp. 239-250). Cherry Hill, NJ: Jeffrey Books.

Theses:

Azoulay, R. (2005). Voice - a window to the psyche: Exploring a method of clinical vocal music improvisation in a short term adult inpatient psychiatric setting. Unpublished masterís thesis, Hahnemann Creative Arts in Therapy Program, Drexel University.

Bradway, D. (1997). An integrative approach of music therapy of advanced pranic healing. Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University.

Charpie, M. (2002). A magical play of love: Music therapy as a bridge between mother and baby in the NICU. Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University.

Harris, B. (2007). ďBreathe bettaíĒ: Medical music psychotherapy with asthmatic adolescents in the South Bronx, NY. Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University.

Lichtensztejn, M. (2003). Music centered music therapy for adults patients after stroke. Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University.

Lichtensztejn, M. (2004). From resistiveness to co-activity - experiencing the joy of being together. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Certification in the Nordoff-Robbins Approach to Music Therapy - New York University - June 2004. Presented at the MAR Conference - American Music Therapy Association, in April 2005. Translated into Japanese by Kaoru Robbins and presented in Japan, in July 2005.

Loewy, J. V. (1985). Musical sign in autism: A multi-sensory approach. Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University.

Lu, M. (2002). The effects of fetus-directed singing on at risk pregnant women. Unpublished masterís thesis, Drexel University.

Mondanaro, J., (2002). When beauty happens: The therapeutic importance of experiences of beauty in creative music improvisation. Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University.

Richards, K. (1997). The voice of pain: The use of voice in music therapy with hospitalized children undergoing intrusive medical procedures. Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University.

Rondina, E. (2000). The use of alternative sounds in music therapy. Unpublished masterís thesis, Lesley University.

Schreck, B. (2006). A synergistic approach for music therapy in palliative care: American health care trends and the promise of care at the end of life. Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University .

Staub, A. (2006). The road to recovery: The use of clinical improvisation and the song sensitation technique with chemically dependent adults in cetox/early recovery. Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University.

Stewart, K. (2001). A transpersonal approach to music therapy in the neonatal intensive care unit. Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University.

Yeroham, N. (1998). The use of music and music therapy in pediatric pain relief, relaxation and sedation, Unpublished masterís thesis, New York University.

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