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Evènements traumatogènes, dissociation somatoforme et conséquences sur le degré de handicap lié à la douleur chronique.

Abstract : Chronic pain affects the quality of life of many people. Current psychological care does not include psychotrauma, which is overrepresented. Trauma can create dissociative disorders, further complicating management. The objective of this article is to evaluate the contributions of traumatic life events and somatoform dissociation to the degree of disability related to chronic pain. To this end, 32 patients in a pain consultation service provided information on SDS, TEC and SDQ-20 in structured interviews. Regression analyses indicate that the accumulation of impacting events, the experience of developmental trauma, and the presence of somatoform dissociation are identified as aggravating factors in chronic pain pathology. These results suggest that the treatment of traumatic events should be integrated into the management of chronic pain, taking dissociative disorders into account.
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Adeline Pupat, Marie-Jo Brennstuhl. Evènements traumatogènes, dissociation somatoforme et conséquences sur le degré de handicap lié à la douleur chronique.. La revue francophone de victimologie, 2020. ⟨hal-02948774⟩

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