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Corps dissocié, corps disperse : l’approche sensorielle de la psychomotricité au service de l’enveloppe psychocorporelle chez des personnes schizophrènes

Abstract : On the way to a meeting with people with schizophrenia in the acute stage, I looked in this paper to report my thought about this disease. I proceed by using observation, theory and clinical symptoms, to better understand their psychocorporal experiences , and guide my proposals. My work then focused on the concept of containingand psychocorporal envelope. In this writing, I suggest you to follow two patients in an adventure that allowed me to accompany them throughout my third year of study in psychomotricity. I participated in the pack sessions, which allowed me to make my opinion about the subject. In addition, I have established and led a group called " Body and Sensations " by proposing different stimulations of the skin and toned different levels. I have been led to wonder about the interest of psychomotricity in the unification of the body and building a psychocorporal contain.
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Marie-Ève Valdenaire. Corps dissocié, corps disperse : l’approche sensorielle de la psychomotricité au service de l’enveloppe psychocorporelle chez des personnes schizophrènes. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2015. ⟨dumas-01205908⟩

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