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Jean-Bernard Cazalaà
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December 2012: Anesthesiology
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March 1954: Zeitschrift Für Psychotherapie und Medizinische Psychologie
A Araszkiewicz, A Florkowski, Z Lucki
Environmental conditions cause neuroses and symptoms of personality disorders in regular soldiers. Military service in highly formalized and hierarchical conditions makes it impossible to: express emotions (particularly negative ones), to arrange one's own time, to choose the position and place of work. Another important psychotraumatic factor is excessive load of work and responsibility for the sake of "the service". Psychotherapy is the main part of neurotic and personality disorder therapy in regular soldiers...
November 1994: Psychiatria Polska
C Ruiz, W Pilon
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February 1969: Laval Médical
H Steffen
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January 1969: Medizinische Monatsschrift
J Verdeau-Pailles
Musicotherapy, associating art and science, concerns a sensorial approach, in a therapeutic aim, through sound and music, to psychological difficulties, of numerous somatic and psychosomatic troubles, as well as neurotic and psychotic disease. Music therapy is one of the art-therapy methods, all of them dealing with mediation in reference to Winnicott, leading the patients to active and creative participation and being most of the time shorter than classical verbal therapies. It may be considered as being related to the main theories of modern psychotherapies, and refers either to Psychoanalysis or to behaviour therapies, or to cognitive therapies, or to humanistic therapies ...
January 1991: L'Encéphale
C Schwabe
Two melodiotherapeutical principles, namely, the isoprinciple and the intermediary principle (Benenzon), are described in the light of results of recent investigations into the communicative function of music (Reinecke). The paper also discusses the difference between methods of musicotherapy used in the treatment of mental disorders in children and adults. Finally, international trends are analyzed and conclusions drawn in respect of the development of a standard methodology of melodiotherapy.
May 1976: Psychiatrie, Neurologie, und Medizinische Psychologie
J Schánilcová
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April 1977: Ceskoslovenská Psychiatrie
H Willms
The importance of musicotherapy as a type of treatment within the framework of psychiatry is examined. Musicotherapy, as used in the treatment of schizophrenia, is considered to be a communicative therapy with a tendency to regression. A plan for treating psychotics with a non-verbal and a verbal track is outlined. The special approach to patients offered via musicotherapy is seen as follows. The terapist-patient relationship is established on a preverbal communicative level in a zone which is free from anxiety...
November 1977: Psychiatrische Praxis
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