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Master Thesis

Réinsertion sociale en psychiatrie : intervention de l’ergothérapeute dans le parcours institutionnel

Abstract : Background : The consideration of all psychic pathologies has undergone many changes in its history, leading to a better understanding of the person and their disorders, thus facilitating their return to citizenship. The aim of this study was to define the means used by occupational therapists to promote a return to life in society according to the concept of social reintegration. Methods : Nine occupational therapists were interviewed in order to define the goals, the assessments, the individual and collective means, the team members, the stages of the disease, the obstacles and the facilitators to reintegration. Results : The results of this study showed that the occupational therapist supported the person through individual and group workshops, towards outdoor activities with the aim of encouraging their self-empowerment and self-fulfilment in society. The numerous forms of support encouraged the individual to aspire to a socially rich and fulfilled life. Conclusion : Social reintegration is one of the means implemented by the mental health occupational therapist. The construction of a facilitating and stable environment is one of the priorities of reintegration, but stigmatization appears to be a cloud on the horizon. To go further, we could study the community actions worth considering to fight against this discrimination.
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Roxane Allouard. Réinsertion sociale en psychiatrie : intervention de l’ergothérapeute dans le parcours institutionnel. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03040887⟩