MUSIC THERAPY AND SINGING INTERVENTION PROPOSAL FOR HIGHLY SENSITIVE PERSONS
María del Carmen Muyor
The highly sensitive people or "HSP" make up 20% of the world's population. It is a personality trait that brings together certain physical and mental characteristics, which make the person who possesses it more vulnerable to external stimuli.Today, "HSP" people, like the rest of the population, are involved in a hectic way of life, where productivity, busyness, and the massive reception of information give rise to problems and psychological disorders such as anxiety, stress, or depression. To find formulas that help to balance this problem, and above all so that people can reconnect with themselves, from the field of therapy or psychology, more and more projects and programs are being offered for this propo- sal. To provide a space and environment of trust, and to help highly sensitive people reduce the symp- toms derived from reactivity to situations of daily life, a music therapy intervention protocol is propo- sed using singing and voice as the main means of expression and connection.
Muyor, M.C. (2023). Propuesta de intervención con musicoterapia y canto para personas altamente sensibles. Misostenido, 3(5), 117-125. 10.59028/misostenido.2023.21
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