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Découvrir ton monde, apprendre ton langage, comprendre ton silence… entrons en relation : réflexion sur la construction de la relation thérapeutique avec des enfants présentant un Trouble du Spectre Autistique et n’ayant pas accès au langage verbal

Abstract : The relationship that develops between the psychomotrician and the patient is the basis of any quality care. But how to establish a strong relationship with children with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) when they seem so difficult to me et, and when, moreover, they do not speak? How can we then ensure that a therapeutic relationship results from this encounter?
I attempt to answer these questions by describing the evolution of my relationship with two young boys with ASD : Hélios and Aubin. This study highlights the possibilities of interaction that are detached from speech, notably by addressing the components of non verbal communication and the interest of alternative communications (signs, pictograms).
These encounters then guide me to the foundations of the therapeutic relationship (framework, distance, relational qualities of the psychomotrician, alliance, verbalization...), showing its importance in the care process.
Finally, I compare my elaboration with the influences of being an intern.
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Ilona Collet. Découvrir ton monde, apprendre ton langage, comprendre ton silence… entrons en relation : réflexion sur la construction de la relation thérapeutique avec des enfants présentant un Trouble du Spectre Autistique et n’ayant pas accès au langage verbal. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03293773⟩

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