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Qi Gong with six patients suffering from psychotic disorders: feasibility and relevance study Volume 85, issue 1, Janvier 2009

Authors
Psychiatre, praticien hospitalier contractuel, centre hospitalier de Mulhouse, 87, avenue d’Altkirch, 68070 Mulhouse Cedex, Psychiatre, praticien hospitalier, centre hospitalier de Mulhouse, 87, avenue d’Altkirch, 68070 Mulhouse Cedex, Psychiatre, praticien hospitalier, directeur du pôle de psychiatrie, centre hospitalier de Mulhouse, 87, avenue d’Altkirch, 68070 Mulhouse Cedex

Psyche’s development process in psychosis is disrupted so that the self integrity loss anguish threaten the self. We have made the assumption that some patients could build another body’s representation, practicing movements, in order to decrease the anguish, to improve the quality of life. Six psychotic adults have been proposed Qi Gong and Feldenkrais movements with the support of Anzieu’s theory on “Moi-Peau” and Dolto’s theory on “Image inconsciente du corps”. It seems that the division self has moor on different places into the body, through a dynamic relationship between sensoriality and speaking.