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Do Music Major Clients Present Different Problems than Non-music Major Clients?

James A. Young, John Hipple, Kris Chesky
From: Medical Problems of Performing Artists: Volume 14 Number 3: Page 150 (September 1999)

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Abstract: This study compared counseling center client music majors with counseling center client non-music majors, and clients with non-clients with respect to their experience of various stressors. No significant difference was found between the music and non-music majors seeking counseling. With respect to the music students, only one of seven items (i.e., "Unhappy too much of the time") showed a significant difference between client and non-client respondents, with clients endorsing this item more frequently. With respect to non-music students, non-clients endorsed two of the seven symptoms more frequently than clients, "Not being the kind of person I want to be" and "Fearing failure and rejection."

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