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Jeux vidéo et psychomotricité ? : “un truc de fou !” : des jeux vidéo comme médiation psychomotrice; une rencontre ludique avec des adultes souffrant de psychoses

Abstract : From a diagnostic standpoint, psychoses are probably among the most serious psychiatric illnesses. For Christophe, Kyle, Romain and Yves, their everyday life is marked by their mental illness, making them anguished and withdrawn. Nonetheless, despite their personal problems and the difference in their ages, they meet every Tuesday in the “Call of Duty” group. Based on institutional therapy, the meetings take place in a day care centre with a psychomotrician. On these occasions, the group’s attendees can get together and enjoy playing videogames with other people. Through video games, patients learn first to focus on themselves psychically, physically and emotionally but also to interact with other people in a secure environment. Consequently, this therapy provides a framework for intergenerational, playful and curing meetings.
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Marie Brulport. Jeux vidéo et psychomotricité ? : “un truc de fou !” : des jeux vidéo comme médiation psychomotrice; une rencontre ludique avec des adultes souffrant de psychoses. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2015. ⟨dumas-01187623⟩

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