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S’envelopper pour exister : l’intérêt d’une (re)structuration des enveloppes psychocorporelles pour restaurer le sentiment d’exister, en prise en charge psychomotrice

Abstract : Danny and Thomas, two 8-year-old children are admitted in child psychiatry. They are anxious, restless and have difficulty integrating their body boundaries. Both having a troubled childhood, they seem to have internal insecurity. Their behavior reflects a sensory seek for an envelope. The clinical study of these two children highlights a need for containment, a need for integration of their psycho-bodily envelopes, which do not seem sufficiently structured.
In a psychomotor session, they replay scenes from the archaic, a fusional therapist – patient relationship equivalent to that of a mother and her baby. The sensory effect of various objects on their bodies soothes them and reduces their anxieties. They gradually get a psychic representation of their body. Psychomotor allows them to feel that they exist.
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Lucie Poyet. S’envelopper pour exister : l’intérêt d’une (re)structuration des enveloppes psychocorporelles pour restaurer le sentiment d’exister, en prise en charge psychomotrice. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02944039⟩

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