I consider myself an eclectic music therapist. Depending on the client and their goals/objectives, I might use a variety of approaches during a session. Knowing that music can be a real motivator for change, I might use the behavioral approach for working on socialization or communication goals. However, if a client’s speech is the main focus, I might resort to using a variety of Neurologic Music Therapy techniques depending on the source of the problem or what the exact goal/objective may be. However, I feel very strongly that the clients themselves, if possible, needs to direct their own therapy and I am there to facilitate that process which is considered humanistic. With all of that being said, when I found this research article stating that some commonalities, yet differences exist between the Neurologic and Humanistic approaches, I was fascinated.