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"Ni tout à fait le même, ni tout à fait un autre" : intérêt de l’approche psychomotrice dans la reconstruction identitaire des patients ayant eu un Accident Vasculaire Cérébral

Abstract : Because of its incidence and its severity, the cerebrovascular accident represents a public health issue. There are many effects on the individual, they go, from motor after-effects and speech disorders, to a deep identity infringement, less visible handicap but also invalidating. As psychomotor therapist, we have a therapeutic role to play in the management of these patients victims of Stroke, in order to accompany them to live such a trauma and to restore their physical and psychic involvement. But in what domain, according to which framework and how can we help them ? These are the questions that have been exposed in this writing.
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Alicia Foix. "Ni tout à fait le même, ni tout à fait un autre" : intérêt de l’approche psychomotrice dans la reconstruction identitaire des patients ayant eu un Accident Vasculaire Cérébral. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2015. ⟨dumas-01187666⟩

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