L’improvisation dramatique, étude clinique et psychanalytique d’ateliers théâtre en structures de soin

Abstract : During the 21st century, a clinical psychologist decides to offer to her patients a theatre stage as an exhibition space for their unconscious. She notes a paradox : drama, which has to do with madness, would have therapeutic properties.Thus can be synthesized the plot of this three-act PhD thesis, whose main characters are patients, mostly psychotic ones needing to undergo psychotherapy, and an insane artist, also great man of the Theatre: Antonin Artaud.Through presenting role-plays as raw expression of the unconscious, this thesis shows how its author’s thinking unfolds. It first draws on the genesis of a singular mediation: theatrical improvisation. Then, inspired by A. Artaud’s emblematic case and through psychoanalysis, it explores the mechanisms involved during theatrical workshops and their effects on the patients who became actors. Lastly, by following the path of the borromean node, it concludes that theatrical improvisation, which is deeply inscribed in the Real, which summons the Imaginary and introduces the Symbolic, emerges as a sinthomatic activity.
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Béatrice Anne Sabine Vandevelde - Pouliquen. L’improvisation dramatique, étude clinique et psychanalytique d’ateliers théâtre en structures de soin. Psychologie. Université Rennes 2, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016REN20027⟩. ⟨tel-01374512⟩

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