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The woman who could not sing "Happy Birthday": couple psychoanalysis at the baby grand piano

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This article describes the author's work as a presenter on the four-part British Broadcasting Corporation television programme, Making Slough Happy, in which he used music and singing for therapeutic purposes. In particular, he offers a glimpse into how he helped a woman, gripped by long-standing vocal inhibitions, to achieve her dream of singing "Happy Birthday" to her child.
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Keywords: BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION (BBC); COUPLE PSYCHOANALYSIS; MAKING SLOUGH HAPPY; MUSICAL THERAPY; SINGING CURE; TALKING CURE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2020

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