Does song writing enhance wellbeing of people with acquired brain injury or spinal cord injury?

Principle Investigator: Felicity Baker

Songwriting can help people to tell their story - past and present - and explore options for the future. This study aims to understand how songwriting impacts on wellbeing outcomes such as mood, identity, life-satisfaction, and coping and to determine whether participation in a songwriting program assists people to cope with living with a SCI and feel better about themselves.

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