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Apports de la psychothérapie à médiation multi-modale en réhabilitation psychiatrique : expérience sonore, émotions et cognitions

Abstract : Our research theme relates to the evolution of psychiatric patients on the psychological dimensions of creativity, emotions and cognitions during music psychotherapy within a long-term care psychiatric hospital. The research objectives, carried out via a mixed quantitative and qualitative methodology, focus the subject of sound influence on the human body, so as the developement of the therapeutic relationship and latent processes during therapy sessions. Six scientifical studies (articles) are going to compose the content of this thesis : Study 1 : Revealing the creative process in music psychotherapy. Study 2 : The development of observational frames in the arts psychotherapies. Study 3 : The patient’s evolution on the psychological dimension of emotions. Study 4 : The cognitive dimension : Attention and mnestic capacities during the therapeutic process. Study 5 : Structural studies to resume group music psychotherapy intervention. Study 6 : The therapeutic group as a research object in long-term psychiatric care. The results of the studies tend to confirm the existence of a favourable sound impact on psychological dimensions, by taking into account significant differences between the clinical sets of psychotics (schizophrenia) and alcoholo-dependent patients. Finally, reflections on the implementation of specialized psychotherapeutic intervention programmes, adapted to initial diagnosis and patient’s demands, are presented
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Myriam Scholer. Apports de la psychothérapie à médiation multi-modale en réhabilitation psychiatrique : expérience sonore, émotions et cognitions. Psychologie. Université de Lorraine, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014LORR0348⟩. ⟨tel-01751979⟩

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