Être ou ne pas être ergothérapeute

Un coup d’œil du côté « psy »

To be or not to be an Occupational Therapist

A look from the “psy(chology)” side

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Summary :

Our sense of professional identity is constantly questioned: by our own questioning, through the eyes of other professionals and that of society, by a natural need for self-definition to give meaning to our actions, and by the need for us to differentiate and affirm the specificity of our profession.
Faced with the issue of questioning identity, this text, tinged with an experience in mental health, intends to go through some milestones in our identity construction: the initial teaching and its first cycles of identification, the theoretical references that encourage us to think, and the look of others in our profession – who are sometimes seen as in a slightly distorted mirror.
A definition of our profession, increasingly clear and shared in writings, is presented as a way of affirming our central values, allowing us to identify and distinguish us. Between “We” and a professional “I”, a whole range of identifications can be defined that everyone can use with its uniqueness and subjectivity.

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Article rédigé par :
  • Muriel Launois

    Ergothérapeute DE
    CPN Laxou et CHRU Brabois
    muriel.launois@laposte.net


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