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Le groupe qui ne pouvait pas vivre ensemble : prise en charge psychomotrice d'un groupe d'enfants atteints de dysharmonie évolutive

Abstract : The developing child may show some difficulties. Progressive disharmony is one of these pathologies, of unknow causes. Of instrumental origin or due to a specific psychic structure, a gap develops between the affected child and their environment. Within a multidisciplinary team, a psychomotor skills specialist finds a place and offers an original approach. This thesis describes the setting up of a psychomotor workshop aming to support a group of children with progressive disharmony. The implementation of the healthcare apparatus takes shape over the course of analysis of the framework, mediation and play. This population is cared for through a search for an effective communication channel with them, in order to bring them in a state of increased wellbeing and openness to others.
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Martin Girard-Bon. Le groupe qui ne pouvait pas vivre ensemble : prise en charge psychomotrice d'un groupe d'enfants atteints de dysharmonie évolutive. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2014. ⟨dumas-01068920⟩

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