Translated by Amélie Jayet
Since January 2015, we have been working to translate this french web-site into english.
As there are more than 1 000 pages of french scientifics articles about children and teenagers psychology, we need a lot of time.
Consequently, we decided to begin with the least known area named PSYCHOMOTRICITY.
Here are the bibliographical references of 3 Volumes of the Manuel d' Enseignement of psychomotricity managed by P. Scialom, F. Giromini and J-M Albaret, at present in french.
2011, Manuel d’enseignement de Psychomotricité : Tome 1 Concepts fondamentaux. Sous la direction de P. Scialom, F. Giromini et J.-M. Albaret, Coll. Psychomotricité, Deboeck-Solal, Paris.
2015, Manuel d’enseignement de Psychomotricité. Tome 2 Méthodes et techniques. Sous la direction de P. Scialom, F. Giromini et J.-M. Albaret, Coll. Psychomotricité, Deboeck-Solal, Paris.
2015, Manuel d’enseignement de Psychomotricité. Tome 3 Cliniques et thérapeutiques. Sous la direction de P. Scialom, F. Giromini et J.-M. Albaret, Coll. Psychomotricité, Deboeck-Solal, Paris.
Psychomotricity cannot be summed up in a few words. You will best discover the multiple facets of the profession, which is still developing, by navigating the following pages.
Below, you will find :
THE DEFINITION OF PSYCHOMOTRICITY – Marion BORY
We owe this very good definition to Marion Bory. Both descriptive and precise, it presents what Psychomotricity is.
PSYCHOMOTRICITY VIDEO – Franck LEMONNIER
In this video, Franck Lemonnier describes and explains the work he does as a self-employed psychomotrician.
THE 3 ARTICLES ON BODY IMAGE and LATERALITY written by Ph.SCIALOM:
- Lost Body: Essay on the body image in our contemporary society
- Course on Body Image: Course on the psychoanalytic perspective of the concept of body image. Dolto, Lacan, Winnicott, Anzieu.
- Freud, partially left-handed: Article about laterality, left handedness and right handedness, laterality disorders, dysgraphia and space orientation disorders. Titles and summary below:
-Freud partially left-handed
This essay considers laterality and the unconscious significance that is associated to it. The interest in deciphering the symbolic, imaginary and cultural aspects that are endorsed by right and left is explained.
This text leads to a clinical study concerning laterality disorders, space orientation disorders and certain childhood dysgraphia.
Please find the main titles below.
The implantation of laterality in the imaginary, in the real and in the symbolic.
-Imaginary laterality: Right hands and left hands by RODIN
-Imaginary laterality: Myths and rituals.
-Symbolic laterality: Language.
-Lateralisation and literalisation
-Laterality: in the knot of identification. Two clinical examples.