Mental Health

Rap could help young people with mental health problems. Here's how

"Many who listen to hip hop find it a strong source of both self and community empowerment" Image: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Raphael Travis Jr.

Associate Professor of Social Work, Texas State University

Alexander Crooke

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Music Therapy, University of Melbourne

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