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Parkinson: essai d’une musicothérapie

Abstract : This article stemmed from a conference shedding lights on the latest findings in music therapy. I had the pleasure to introduce part of my daily clinical work. I will now attempt to put this presentation in writing and introduce a way to work alongside patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease, using sound as a medium in the relationship. I have been a geriatrics-based clinical music therapist for more than eight years, but had very few occasions to support patients suffering from this neurodegenerative condition, as it mostly affects young subjects. Asserting the relevance of music therapy for such patients opened new possibilities for me. I realized I had to show adaptibility and creativity to make sure music therapy tools would indeed allow a better life despite the disease.
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Émilie Tromeur-Navaresi. Parkinson: essai d’une musicothérapie. Revue française de musicothérapie, Association française de musicothérapie, 2018, 37 (1). ⟨hal-03430812⟩



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