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Corps en construction, corps en relation : impact d’un environnement fragile et d’un suivi en psychomotricité sur l’évolution psychocorporelle du jeune enfant

Abstract : The infant developement depends on him neurophysiological maturation, their maternal cares and their sensorimotor experiences. This make him unique and singular. A dysfunction in his organism or his environment (genetic or neurologic disease, early interactions…) will impact his psychocorporal construction. During a psychomotor therapy, the psychomotor therapist contributes to enriching the sensorimotor experiences of the infant, in an adapted framework. By articulating clinical and theorical aspects, I will present some elements involded in the psychomotor developement of infant evolving in a more fragile environment, particulary by developing the psychomotricity tracking of two children in centres for early medicosocial action and medicopsychological centres.
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Apolline Louis. Corps en construction, corps en relation : impact d’un environnement fragile et d’un suivi en psychomotricité sur l’évolution psychocorporelle du jeune enfant. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02939352⟩

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