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Contribution des médiations végétales à l’autodétermination dans des situations pathologiques

Abstract : ObjectiveThis paper shows how the mediation of the plant world through immersion in and reconnection with it can contribute to the development of self-determination in pathological situations.MethodOn the basis of a literature review, the article identifies and analyses different experimental situations. It is structured in three parts, presenting the use of the mediation of plants and trees and its influence on self-determination in what we think, what we do and of who we are.ResultsThe plant world is naturally perceived as an external entity, thus providing a environment favorable to the self-determination of individuals in different pathological situations. It also possesses an internal resonance in humans, which is developed here in an innovative method of mediation specific to the tree.DiscussionBy integrating the complex process of mediation by the plant world, it is possible to propose a process of accompaniment of people in situations of post-pathological stress.ConclusionMediation using the world of plants is an important issue in the accompaniment of different therapeutic approaches. More research is needed to identify and better understand the processes involved.
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Bastien Vajou, Benoit Fromage, Bernard Andrieu, Gilles Galopin. Contribution des médiations végétales à l’autodétermination dans des situations pathologiques. L'Évolution Psychiatrique, Elsevier, 2018, 83 (1), pp.29-43. ⟨10.1016/j.evopsy.2017.11.002⟩. ⟨hal-01975209⟩



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