May 3, 2019 11:30 am to 1:00 pm CFPS Library - 900 Lovett, Houston, TX 77006

Post date: Apr 5, 2019 8:10:34 PM

Karen R. Strupp, PhD.

The Therapist's Musical Reverie

Lombardi discussed the functions of time and musical reverie in the clinical process. Given that music is associated with the concrete world of bodily sensations and with symbolic expressions of culture, it may serve as an important transitional phenomenon in analytic communication at both conscious and unconscious levels. Nebbiosi compared musical patterns to the patient’s emotional patterns, asserting that musical thinking could help in understanding clinical processes and impasses. He presented an evocative case study which illustrated the use of musical reverie and embodied experience in the clinical encounter.

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