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Master Thesis

Silence en séance : l’écoute du corps dans la structuration psychocorporelle

Abstract : Be it wanted, fled from, imposing itself or exposing us, silence is present in our lives, even if we do not feel it consciously. This thesis tries to highlight therapeutical interests of silence in alcoholism care. Silence, present and productive from first interactions, can be considered as a great way to help psychomotor therapy. How a patient deals with it can relate much about his story. Silence also gives the possibility to focus on oneself, which can be used in psychomotor therapy, to recruit and consolidate psychic and physical structure. Corporeity and internalization are also approached. They are put to work with silence in physical awareness work before going over it.
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Ophélie Ducreux. Silence en séance : l’écoute du corps dans la structuration psychocorporelle. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02272008⟩



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