Music and Dance Expressions Circles with Mental Health Users: An Experience Report

  • Francisca Bezerra de Oliveira Academic Unit of Nursing, Teacher training center, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Francisco Fábio Marques da Silva Academic Unit of Nursing, Teacher training center, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Maria Lúcia de Oliveira Bezerra Academic Unit of Nursing, Teacher training center, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Maria do Carmo Andrade Duarte de Farias Academic Unit of Life Sciences, Teacher training center, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Ane Iara Nonato de Sousa Student of Nursing, Academic Unit of Nursing, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Amanda Fernandes Machado Student of Nursing, Academic Unit of Nursing, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Danilo Temóteo da Silva Student of Nursing, Academic Unit of Nursing, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • José Gleyson Pereira Moura Student of Nursing, Academic Unit of Nursing, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Francisco Demóstenes Abrantes Viana Student of Nursing, Academic Unit of Nursing, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Gabriel Alexandre da Silva Student of Nursing, Academic Unit of Nursing, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Thaís Kamilla Alves Pereira Student of Nursing, Academic Unit of Nursing, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Mário Hélio Antunes Pamplona Student of Nursing, Academic Unit of Nursing, Federal University of Campina Grande. Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brazil.
  • Maria Ayrlles Macêdo Graduate Student in the form of Multi-Family Residence in Health linked to the Health Ministry.

Abstract

Introduction: mental health care advances through the perspective of the principles of Psychiatric Reform, deconstructing knowledge and ways of dealing with the user in psychological distress, emphasizing the subject, family, community, interdisciplinary work and social inclusion.

Objective: describing the lived experience and the activities developed in the Extension Project "Music and dance expressions circles with mental health users", the Center for Psychosocial Care (CPC II).

Method: the activities were developed with 15 users of CPC Cajazeiras - Paraíba, Brazil, from October 2014 to March 2015. There was prepared the Final Report of the Extension Project, which served as a basis for this report. For data analysis was sought support in authors who defend the Psychiatric Reform, as well as those working with the theme of music and art.

Results: regarding the use of music and dance found that are valuable strategies in mental health care, being able to work self-esteem, sociability, communication, joy, commitment and new forms of subjectivity of the users.

Conclusion: In mental health we must dare and develop practices that seek to return to the subject the possibility of genuine creation of its existence, that is, that assist in building relationships expression of creation in which the user re-apropriate of subjectivity, producing singling process one.

Published
Aug 15, 2015
How to Cite
OLIVEIRA, Francisca Bezerra de et al. Music and Dance Expressions Circles with Mental Health Users: An Experience Report. International Archives of Medicine, [S.l.], v. 8, aug. 2015. ISSN 1755-7682. Available at: <http://imed.pub/ojs/index.php/iam/article/view/1258>. Date accessed: 30 may 2020. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3823/1791.
Section
Psychiatry & Mental Health

Keywords

Mental Health; Community Psychiatry; Social Participation; Music Therapy; Social Inclusion.

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