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« La voix, fil d’entremaille corporel » : élément d’observation et outil thérapeutique en psychomotricité

Abstract : The voice is commonly classified as part of verbal language but it is first and foremost a vocal sound. It comes into being inside the body in order to be expressed towards the outside of the body. It constitutes an entity which is both vibratory and sound and that is not only present during the whole life, but which is also a sign of our identity. As the voice is closely related to tone and emotions, the purpose ot this research is to understand to what extend the voice can be used as a support to the body-mind development of a subject. The research is based on a clinical case as well as on several therapy histories of patients who were met over the last two years. This research is also thought-provoking regarding what the patients’voice can bring to the psychomotor therapist who pays attention to it. In a logic of communication, prosody along with synchrony will be studied. This will shed light on the precious tool that a psychomotor therapist’s voice can be during a session.
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Hélène Pasquier. « La voix, fil d’entremaille corporel » : élément d’observation et outil thérapeutique en psychomotricité. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2018. ⟨dumas-02078641⟩



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