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Toxicomanie et maternité : qualité du processus de maternalité chez la femme toxicomane

Abstract : Motherhood among women addicted to psychoactive substances is a public health concern. Our research concerns the predictive potential of the psychic reorganizations observed during pregnancy on the quality of motherhood process and of investment of the child. It is thus a psychodynamic clinical and projective study of the evolution of the psychic functioning and the representations bound to the child of drug addict woman and/or woman receiving opiate substitution treatments becoming a mother. In order to do this, we rely on the analysis of semi-directive interviews and projective tests of women opiate users and\or women receiving opiate substitution treatments and of non-addicted women, between the last quarter of pregnancy and on one year old of the child. A second part of this study proposes a state of play of welfare measures for pregnant addicted women and addicted mothers on West-Norman territory. It also proposes a project of specific and multidisciplinary accompaniment of this population which is developed within a CSAPA (Center of addiction care, support and prevention).
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Anaelle Bazire. Toxicomanie et maternité : qualité du processus de maternalité chez la femme toxicomane. Psychologie. Normandie Université, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017NORMC029⟩. ⟨tel-01708267⟩

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