Music therapy, 1960: tenth book of proceedings of the National Association for Music Therapy, Inc., volume X
Donald E. Michel titles his president's address, "... And The Patient Gets Well," and begins with a discussion on finding ways in which lives can be related to events of the world, focusing on the individual. He goes on to say, "There seems to be at least two basic philosophies in existence in the world today which concern the way people live and values placed on life and living. One may be termed constructive, the other destructive. One places importance on the concern of individuals for the welfare of other individuals, based on love. The other places little or no importance on individuals as ...
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