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Grupos musicais em saúde mental: Atores em ação no cenário da reforma psiquiátrica no Rio de Janeiro/Brasil

01 Sep 2011-Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais (Centro de Estudos Sociais da Universidade de Coimbra)-Vol. 94, Iss: 94, pp 87-107

AbstractO artigo investiga a formacao de grupos musicais com usuarios dos servicos de saude mental da cidade do Rio de Janeiro. As seguintes questoes norteiam a pesquisa: a) qual e a relacao entre tais grupos musicais e outros dispositivos grupais de tratamento, como a musicoterapia?; b) como lidam esses grupos com a inclusao social dos usuarios dos servicos?; c) e como lidam com a renda gerada pelos CDs gravados e pelos shows?; d) que efeitos produz a visibilidade dos grupos nas midias televisiva, impressa e outras? A pesquisa de campo foi realizada com o referencial da teoria ator‑rede e se centrou em dois grupos musicais: o Sistema Nervoso Alterado e o Harmonia Enlouquece. As conclusoes indicam que a emergencia de tais grupos musicais esta associada ao cenario da Reforma Psiquiatrica e que as suas praticas podem problematizar e contrariar o estigma da loucura.

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Abstract: O conceito de linha abissal, de Boaventura de Sousa Santos, assinala a divisao do mundo em zonas “civilizadas” e “selvagens”. A desumanizacao associada a atribuicao de desrazao, loucura ou alienacao e, mais recentemente, de disturbio ou transtorno mental aparece como expressao dessa linha abissal. Uma das respostas mais radicais e criativas a essa desumanizacao assumiu formas inovadoras de acao coletiva e de redefinicao do espaco dos saberes e modos de expressao no quadro da Reforma Psiquiatrica Brasileira. Este processo – aqui discutido a partir das producoes e praticas de grupos musicais - tornou possivel, em particular, o reconhecimento da dimensao estetica como elemento central da descolonizacao dos saberes e praticas da saude mental, e da invencao de ecologias de saberes que descentram radicalmente a autoridade dos saberes hegemonicos.

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01 Jan 2015
Abstract: This article is to present the experiences of participants and students in contact with the use of music and their potential in therapeutic groups developed in a Psychosocial Care Center and reflect on the conquest of area for music, a viable treatment option for rehabilitation and enhancement of self-esteem of users of this service. Have been made 10 meetings, lasting 1 hour and participation by service professionals, students, and about 8-10 users of the service. We used a field diary in order to obtain data, through thematic content analysis and the observations of the coordinators identified two currents: overcoming the resistances and dealing with feelings, with the difficulties of day-to-day and the symptoms of mental disorder. We consider that working with emotional aspects provided a better quality of life for participants.

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Abstract: This article takes as its entry point artistic/creative practices emerging from the Brazilian Psychiatric Reform and, in particular, the constitution of music groups composed of mental healthcare service users/patients (and their therapists) involved in music therapy. This process led to their transformation into musicians/artists, recognized for their musical performances, assessed by current standards associated with relevant music genres. The article explores the passage from a specific mode of existence of music, as a therapeutic practice within mental health, towards a different mode, that of artistic co-creation. It is intended as a contribution to the study of processes of esthetic co-creation, setting up a space of dialogue

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Abstract: Este artigo tem o objetivo de relatar uma experiencia profissional na area de Musicoterapia no contexto da Reforma Psiquiatrica. A experiencia teve seu inicio numa instituicao manicomial na cidade de Volta Redonda, no Rio de Janeiro e, em seguida, passou a ser realizada num Centro de Atencao Psicossocial (CAPS). O trabalho musicoterapico teve como um de seus desdobramentos a criacao de um grupo musical com os usuarios dos servicos do CAPS. Utilizamos algumas nocoes da filosofia da diferenca de Deleuze-Guattari para refletir sobre esta experimentacao. Consideramos a Musicoterapia como um saber mestico, hibrido e concluimos indicando que a experiencia com o grupo musical nos permitiu refletir sobre algumas das formas de atuacao e intervencao da Musicoterapia. Palavras chave: Musicoterapia; rizoma; saude mental.

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