"L'amour au coeur du mouvement" : la nécessité du transfert dans un dispositif inédit d'activités physiques adaptées proposé dans le service d'hémato-oncologie pédiatrique de Nancy

Abstract : This research stems from a ten-year experience of Adapted Physical Activities with children and teenagers who were hospitalised in an hemato-oncology ward. This research aims at describing and theorising the impact of ludic adapted physical activities on children, teenagers, the medical staff, and the members of the APA team. The unconscious aspects of the relationships between these intervenants have been studied, where individuals responded in their own way to the difficult time they had to go through. The research emphasises the importance, complexity and particularity of the pedagogical and human relationships - all the more because the APA are proposed to patients whose body also showed signs of suffering from a lethal disease. I attempted to define the nature of the necessary transference between the young patient and the person who engaged him in practising the APA. This was achieved in a constant to and fro between on-the-field practice and analysis of psychanalytical theory.The assumption was that it was necessary to analyse the APA sessions and their effects in light of the transference that had emerged between the patient and the APA teacher. The member of the APA team will then use his unconscious knowledge of this one to one relationship to adapt to the patient, and by this broaden and modify his/her theoretical approach to pedagogy and research.
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Aline Herbinet. "L'amour au coeur du mouvement" : la nécessité du transfert dans un dispositif inédit d'activités physiques adaptées proposé dans le service d'hémato-oncologie pédiatrique de Nancy. Médecine humaine et pathologie. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy 1, 2002. Français. ⟨NNT : 2002NAN10050⟩. ⟨tel-01748639⟩

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