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« Ça fait du bien ! » : la sensorialité en psychomotricité

Abstract : Men, as unique and thinking being, are built from sensory perceptions brought by their environment and organism. However, it is recurrent that patients are incapable of looking back on their bodily experiences and, a fortiori, to verbalise them.
Our stance as psychomotricians encourages us to ensure harmony is possible during the psychocorporal perceptions.
This work proposes to reflect on the question of sensoriality within psychomotricity and of the impact of a deficit in sensory rapport may have on the bonds that a subject has with himself and his environment. Based on the clinical propping of the meeting with a schizophrenic patient and that of a child with an ADD, it is also the origin of the loss of this bond that will be tackled as well as the interest that a psychocorporal approach to accompany the subject.
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Annabelle Pengam. « Ça fait du bien ! » : la sensorialité en psychomotricité. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02274209⟩



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