Music in Times of Upheaval

  title={Music in Times of Upheaval},
  author={Jill Newberger},
  journal={Psychoanalytic Social Work},
  pages={31 - 41}
  • Jill Newberger
  • Published 2 January 2020
  • Psychology
  • Psychoanalytic Social Work
Abstract This article is a psychoanalytic exploration of music as a medium for healing and change, looking at its unique ability to address issues of grief and loss on both a macro and micro level. Music and mourning will be examined as they pertain to the current political climate as well as in the clinical setting. 



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