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« Je suis un monstre » : les troubles de l’attachement chez l’enfant ayant été adopté : les conséquences sur la construction identitaire et sur l’image du corps

Abstract : Having been adopted, the child might have experience a complicated and tumultuons early life. This can cause the child to develop attachment disorders, leading then to identity and body image disorders. This is the correlation that we will attempt to analyze throughout this theoretical/clinical thesis. We will also study axes of care that can be put in place with children having identity and body image disorders, paying a particular attention to the importance of the therapeutic setting and to the utility of huts’ work.
Throughout this study, we will follow Léo, a young five years old boy and adopted at the age of four months in Brazil, that often identifies to a «monster».
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Laëtitia Caugant. « Je suis un monstre » : les troubles de l’attachement chez l’enfant ayant été adopté : les conséquences sur la construction identitaire et sur l’image du corps. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02933417⟩

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