Improvisation as transcendent function: the role of the unconscious and Jung’s active imagination in twentieth-first century music therapy

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTraditions in Transition: new articulations in the Arts Therapies
EditorsSarah Scoble, Richard Hogham, R., S. Pitruzzella, H. Wengrower
PublisherUniversity of Plymouth Press
Publication statusPublished - 30 Sep 2019

Keywords

  • Jung
  • improvisation
  • Music Therapy

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Darnley-Smith, R. (2019). Improvisation as transcendent function: the role of the unconscious and Jung’s active imagination in twentieth-first century music therapy. In S. Scoble, R. Hogham, R. . S. Pitruzzella, & H. Wengrower (Eds.), Traditions in Transition: new articulations in the Arts Therapies University of Plymouth Press.