Vol. 3 (2019)
Artículos

Análisis del desarrollo de la alianza terapéutica en Musicoterapia a través del discurso musical

Jalil Majul Villarreal
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Publicado julio 7, 2020

Palabras clave:

Musicoterapia, Alianza Terapéutica, Síndrome de Down, Comunicación, Música

Resumen

Los objetivos de esta investigación se centran en averiguar si surge la alianza terapéutica entre paciente y terapeuta durante un tratamiento de musicoterapia determinado y en proponer una metodología apropiada para el análisis de intervenciones de este tipo. El objetivo de la intervención terapéutica es el de reducir la frecuencia de conductas obsesivas y mejorar la atención. Se han grabado las sesiones y se han codificado las conductas que configuran la alianza terapéutica para obtener datos y analizarlos. El resultado de los estadísticos descriptivos sugiere que es posible crear una relación terapéutica con el tratamiento de musicoterapia propuesto. En conclusión, se demuestra la posibilidad de surgimiento de la alianza terapéutica en musicoterapia, a pesar de prescindir del lenguaje verbal y se abre una línea de investigación.

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