BODY PERCUSSION AND VIOLENCE: EFFECTS OF A MUSIC THERAPY-BASED PROGRAM ON PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING
Objective: The present investigation aimed to determine the effects of a body percussion program on the psychological well-being of women victims of violence in Trujillo. Materials and methods: pre-experimental study, with a sample of 21 women referred from an NGO in the El Milagro district, Trujillo, using the Carol Ryff Psychological Well-being Scale, and the “Warmi” Body Percussion and Music Therapy Program of Degrees and Paiva (2019). Results: The results obtained show that the applied program significantly improved the psychological well-being of women victims of violence in the city of Trujillo. In addition, at the level of dimensions, the study showed that there were statistically significant differences between the pre and post-test, in the area of Self-concept. The rest of the dimensions showed differences, but not significant. Conclusions: The “Warmi” body percussion program significantly improves the psychological well-being of women victims of violence in the city of Trujillo.