Music, group and group analytic music therapy in adolescence


The adolescent subject is required to recover their sound envelope bruised by puberty. All of the sound world and in particular the body’s sonority must be reorganized to guarantee the narcissistic continuity of the pubescent child. Music, especially when it accompanies the group of peers, offers teenagers a way to reconstitute a sound envelope. In more pathological cases, group analytic music therapy will help acquire this function. Read more