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Écoute musicale en CHRS : discontinuité dans la normalité sociale exogène ?

Abstract : A centre for accomodation and social rehabilitation (french acronym : CHRS) has two main missions : a cultural finality of exogenous social normalization, and a finality of mental health (physical and mental well-being as promotes the W.H.O.). Sessions with the psychologist are available for every resident of the « CHRS ». Their finality is to support, for every person, the psychic change processes, and searching for problem resolution. In the aim of sustaining these processes, a passage of music listened at the beginning of every psychologist session constructs a «frame-discontinuity» that can creates psychic discontinuities which are necessary for reframing and psychic changes. But this finalities and objectives set needs the existence of co-constructed transitional areas (Winnicott’s theory) between the patient and the therapist, and between music and a human person. The theoretical model of « the 4 times in music listening » enables us to represent the four different kinds of transitional area and their role in the psychic change dynamics..
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Alain Rakoniewski. Écoute musicale en CHRS : discontinuité dans la normalité sociale exogène ?. Revue française de musicothérapie, Association française de musicothérapie, 2017, 36 (1). ⟨hal-03429382⟩



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