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La trace, une empreinte du corps : la pertinence d’un groupe «Traces» en psychomotricité auprès d’adultes déficients intellectuels

Abstract : Draw his mark has always been, since ancient times, essential for psychomotor construction. It makes us aware that we can leave a mark of us, a listing of our presence. The trace is identity and narcissistic. By the trace we feel alive. It is the mark of our body. Does the trace help to repair major psychomotor problems with adults with intellectual disabilities? The group is a pervasive notion that accompanies each individual, throughout life, in the construction of identity, individuation and in the integration in the world. Does the group have a role to play in improving in psychomotor and on everyone’s trace? To answer these questions, I created for six months; a "Traces" group with four mentally disables adults. By traces activities, we have seen an evolution in the tone of the body axis and the relationship.
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Emma Veteau. La trace, une empreinte du corps : la pertinence d’un groupe «Traces» en psychomotricité auprès d’adultes déficients intellectuels . Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2016. ⟨dumas-01359381⟩

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