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Master Thesis

« En corps et en vie » : la fonction contenante comme soutien à l’intégrité de l’identité psychocorporelle du patient en situation palliative

Abstract : Palliative care are part of a comprehensive approach of the patient suffering from a serious life-threatening illness. It consider physical, psychological, social and existential suffering that the patient can experience during this overwhelming period of life, which psychomotor repercussions are significant. The serious illness disorganizes body representations and references of the person. So, it affects identity. How does identity built ? Can the psychomotrician’s containing function provide support for the integrity of identity ?
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Camille Guillier. « En corps et en vie » : la fonction contenante comme soutien à l’intégrité de l’identité psychocorporelle du patient en situation palliative. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03297277⟩

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