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De la musicothérapie à la thérapie non-verbale : le modèle Benenzon et son évolution

Abstract : As a theoretical model of music therapy, the Benenzon model has constantly rethought itself and evolved towards what is now called: Benenzonian non-verbal therapy. In this article, we will try to draw its main outlines. We will see what are the theoretical foundations and key concepts such as Sound Identity (now Sensory Identity), No-out and Co-out, etc. We will discuss the therapist's particular position i in gand the ethics to which he refers and which guides his practice. We willthus understand that this approach is not only clinical, but more broadly a theoretical, philosophical, psychological and clinical model of non-verbal communication
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Fabienne Cassiers, Julien Lociuro. De la musicothérapie à la thérapie non-verbale : le modèle Benenzon et son évolution. Revue française de musicothérapie, Association française de musicothérapie, 2019, 38 (2). ⟨hal-03432263⟩



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