Musical encounters on the borderline Patterns of mutuality in musical improvisations with Borderline Personality Disorder

ConclusionThe study identified a continuum of dysfunctions in intersubjective relatedness which can become a frame of reference to understand the interpersonal dynamics of a client in Music Therapy. This will help music therapists to be better prepared musically when working with BPD clients.
Source: Arts in Psychotherapy - Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

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This study focused on intersubjective relatedness with clients with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) within the field of Music Therapy. Clinical improvisation is increasingly recognized as a mean to develop or re-live patterns of mutuality, and by mutuality we mean the emergence of a polyphonic flow founded on the forces that constantly makes us balance between dependency and independency. Recent research addresses how people with BPD relate to others in Music Therapy. What is currently lacking is a detailed tracking of mutual aspects of the musical modality emerging in music therapy improvisations. This paper details...
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