What is Music Therapy?

10/12/12
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Lesley Stahl

Lesley Stahl has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since March 1991. This year marks her 21st season on the show. Stahl started her career in Washington as a Whitehouse correspondent for CBS.

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over our minds, but what makes it therapy? Concetta Tomaino, an expert in the field of music and neurologic rehabilitation, discusses the case of Henry, a man who suffers from dementia but is awakened by music. She explains the therapeutic process, and the difference between music as a treatment and music as therapy.

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