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Polarité, mouvement et relation : de l'alternance des pôles à la mise en dynamique du sujet

Abstract : As the psychomotor theory of S. Robert-Ouvray shows, the development of the child is based on pairs of opposites that structure the subject by making the link between what he sees in the body and what he represents himself. The experience of the alternation of the opposite poles is necessary to feel the difference and get out of the initial confusion that reigns during the first months of live.
This thesis proposes to follow this idea and to try to think the accompaniment under the prism of the polarity through the meeting of two girls in dance-mediated workshop. Starting from the observation that we could observe « fixations » in certain poles in our patients, it is a question here of seeing how a psychomotor accompaniment can revive a dynamic of transformation in the subject starting from a work around opposites.
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Liane Estrada. Polarité, mouvement et relation : de l'alternance des pôles à la mise en dynamique du sujet. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02272019⟩

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