The following bachelor thesis sets out to deal with the interdisciplinary perspective on speech and language therapy and music therapy, especially with the fields of therapeutic intervention. Due to numerous similarities between language and music, such as rhythm, melody and intonation, there is an instant call to enquire whether the research areas in question overlap. As far as methodology in this first bachelor thesis is concerned, an investigation of existing literature as well as diverse data bases will be undertaken. The aim is to determine possible symptoms and syndromes appearing as a result of acquired brain injury which are treated in speech and language therapy. In a further step, chosen treatments will be outlined. Following this, it will be detected, if one could find synergies and effects between the specific disorders. In view of this, research questions for the second bachelor thesis have been defined. The paper closes with a depiction of conceptual considerations and how methodological considerations can be implemented in the subsequent bachelor thesis.