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« Une enveloppe à fleur de peau ». La psychomotricité : une relation thérapeutique contenante pour panser l’enveloppe psychocorporelle défaillante des enfants trachéotomisés

Abstract : Due to a chronic breathing pathology, it is sometimes necessary that the newborn baby suffers the placement of a tracheotomy. This tool breathing is essential to the survival of the baby, but nevertheless represents an invasive foreign body that pierces the skin. The bodily experience child’s is so painful, and the erlay and prolonged hospitalization as the pathology involves, has many implications for the child and his family. From the dawn of life, the newborn is separated from his parents, hindering the etablishment of early interactions in a sensitive period of the psychobodily envelope’s construction. The psychomotricity allows through a therapeutic setting, bodily therapeutics mediations reassuring and containers to dress the failing envelope tracheotomized children’s. The psychomotrician body’s then represents an essential medium that supports the therapeutic relationship, and on which the child can lean on to regain the feeling of living in a unified and container body.
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Audrey Maquin. « Une enveloppe à fleur de peau ». La psychomotricité : une relation thérapeutique contenante pour panser l’enveloppe psychocorporelle défaillante des enfants trachéotomisés. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2016. ⟨dumas-01359578⟩

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