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Comprendre le développement des problèmes de toxicomanie et d’alcoolisme et fournir des pistes d’intervention en art-thérapie : une exploration théorique reposant sur la théorie de l’attachement.

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Comprendre le développement des problèmes de toxicomanie et d’alcoolisme et fournir des pistes d’intervention en art-thérapie : une exploration théorique reposant sur la théorie de l’attachement.

Hébert, Mia (2015) Comprendre le développement des problèmes de toxicomanie et d’alcoolisme et fournir des pistes d’intervention en art-thérapie : une exploration théorique reposant sur la théorie de l’attachement. [Graduate Projects (Non-thesis)] (Unpublished)

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Se basant sur des travaux écrits entre 1969 et 2015, ce travail de recherche porte sur l’exploration du potentiel de la théorie de l’attachement pour comprendre le développement des problèmes de toxicomanie et fournir des pistes d’interventions en art-thérapie auprès d’une population adulte ayant des problèmes de toxicomanie ou d’alcoolisme. Le premier chapitre présente la définition de la toxicomanie et de l’alcoolisme selon la théorie de l’auto-médicamentation de Khantzian de même que la théorie de l’attachement (entre autres, Bowlby, Ainsworth, Schore, Bartholomew & Horowitzh) tout en explorant les liens potentiels entre ces deux théories. La méthodologie de cette recherche est définie au deuxième chapitre. Dans le troisième chapitre, les pratiques en art-thérapie, plus particulièrement celles qui concernent l’art-thérapie, l’attachement, la toxicomanie et l’alcoolisme sont abordées. À la fin du chapitre, une section est dédiée à l’explication de l’approche du Continuum de Thérapies Expressives (CTE), une approche en art-thérapie, qui sera l’angle théorique adopté pour la discussion du chapitre suivant. Le quatrième chapitre vise, dans un premier temps, à fournir des pistes d’interventions en ce qui concerne le CTE, l’attachement et la régulation affective ainsi que le CTE, la toxicomanie et l’alcoolisme. Dans un deuxième temps, des pistes d’intervention en art-thérapie (CTE) reposant sur une approche basée sur l’attachement auprès d’adultes ayant des problèmes de toxicomanie seront définies. Ce chapitre aborde, plus particulièrement, le rôle de l’art-thérapeute, les matériaux à privilégier et les thèmes à proposer dans un contexte art-thérapeutique.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Fine Arts > Creative Arts Therapies
Item Type:Graduate Projects (Non-thesis)
Authors:Hébert, Mia
Institution:Concordia University
Degree Name:M.A.
Program:Creative Arts Therapies (Art Therapy Option)
Date:September 2015
Thesis Supervisor(s):Leclerc, Josée
Keywords:Attachement, Traumatisme, Régulation affective, Syntonie affective, Toxicomanie, Développement de la toxicomanie, Étiologie de la toxicomanie, Alcoolisme, Addiction, Dépendance, Art-thérapie, Art-thérapeute, Matériaux d’arts, Continuum de Thérapies Expressives
ID Code:980402
Deposited By: MIA HEBERT
Deposited On:02 Oct 2015 19:57
Last Modified:18 Jul 2019 20:12

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