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Perturbations multimodales dans les polyrythmies interpersonnelles en musicotherapie : un rejeu perpetuel du traumatique ?

Abstract : Can we identify polyrhythmic disturbances in music therapy? If so, what do they indicate that could allow usto bettercomprehend thepatient’s needs? Aclarification of the title words is carried out and the issue of trauma is briefly examined. In the light of clinical summaries (adults, children and preterm infants), the following hypotheses are being discussed. Do the traumatic links have to be considered as part of a whole chain? Are the disturbances a replay of traumatic links? Is music therapy fostering this replay? For which objective reasons? In such case, could we establish a typology of disturbances inspired by other systems and provide solutions for an appropriate support? Music therapy encourage a form of specific review by deeply stimulating the imagination, the psychosensory field, both the temporal and narrative rhythmicity within a two-side body. Yet, are there any precautions to be taken and which ones?
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Dominique Brugger. Perturbations multimodales dans les polyrythmies interpersonnelles en musicotherapie : un rejeu perpetuel du traumatique ?. Revue française de musicothérapie, Association française de musicothérapie, 2019, 38 (2). ⟨hal-03432236⟩

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