This is part two of an article on the use of music in pastoral therapy. The first part of the article dealt with theoretical issues, while the second part explores the practical possibilities of the counterpoint between music and pastoral therapy. It is argued that the model of conversation could be a possible structure to accommodate this holistic approach. The aim of this exploration is to deal with and help a person in need as a whole, as an integrated being. Pastoral therapy is an opportunity for people to realise their creative possibilities and responsibilities to lead a life of hope and praise before God. The structured use of music could enhance and enrich this opportunity.
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