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Music And Psychotherapy

Posted by Pat | Posted in News | Posted on 21-06-2017



Music so strongly evokes emotional responses that are being used more frequently in the context of psychotherapy as a healing modality powerful. As a novice in this field I inquired at a recent conference on music therapy as to how this tool effects healing in clients with emotional disorders. Conceptually, it is my understanding that the therapist often uses musical improvisational music to communicate with the unconscious aspects of the patient's psyche. The therapist can set an intention to express empathy or support the use of a musical language that communicates on an emotional level rather than verbal. The intention of the therapist can be fully informed of what she / he "thinks" that the patient needs to be cured is, a unidirectional curative intent. Alternatively, you can be more dynamic informed. In the latter case, the intention of the therapist is dynamically informed by his / her empathically attuned to the emotional state of the patient and the musical dialogue develops. In this case, the emotional quality of the music can evolve as the therapist and patient interact through the medium of music. Ideally, in a real cure is to be hoped that the therapist in the patient evoke an emotional state that brings greater internal harmony associated with feelings such as relaxation, peace, joy, satisfaction and a sense of detachment. This feeling of harmony, a paradigm of energy psychology, is associated with an order and maintain the bio-energy field that supports both the structure and function of the body on all levels.

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