The better one knows himself globally, the better he will be able to connect with his environment and interact with it in an appropriate manner, according to his ability, to his potential and to his intrinsic way of existing in the world, not in relation to what is considered the norm.
Psychomotor therapy is centred on a global approach of the subject.
It considers that the motoric functions, the psychological and emotional state as well as the relationships are linked and inter-related - they have an effect on each other.
The psychomotor therapist considers the environment and aspects of relationships that interfere with psychomotor development of the subject.
He acts on the body to harmonise motoric, intellectual and emotional functions.
Who can benefit from psychomotor therapy interventions:
Psychomotor therapy application fields expand in early childhood to elderly people confronted with difficulties such as: