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Master Thesis

De l’accordage relationnel à la séparation : une traversée en psychomotricité

Abstract : Through different professional experiences, this dissertation relates three clinical encounters highlighting the profession of the psychomotrician. How does the psychomotrician's posture allow the patient to blossom as a subject? By detailing the stories of Axel, Izia and Mel, we discuss tone as a part of their identity construction. We specify the workings of the psychomotor construction of the individual, by reminding how the links between the body and the psyche are supported. This allows us to develop the important aspects of the psychomotrician's posture, bringing the patient to work on the way he/she inhabits his/her body. The elaboration of this thesis allows us to measure how this dynamic of reflection is at work with each individual, at any age of life. The question of the construction of psychomotor links is to be put in perspective with the evolution of the individual, all along his life course. From this point of view, our positioning as psychomotricians is to be thought of in terms of support for the emergence of the subject. Thus, cultivating a spirit of dialectization between knowledge is an objective to be pursued in order to constantly adjust our professional posture.
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Camille Allaire. De l’accordage relationnel à la séparation : une traversée en psychomotricité. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03297271⟩



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