La expresividad psicomotriz en los trastornos del vínculoestudio de caso de una niña con dificultades en la construcción de la identidad personal

  1. Talía Cristina Morillo Lesme
Supervised by:
  1. Miguel Llorca Llinares Director
  2. Josefina Sanchez Director

Defence university: Universidad de La Laguna

Year of defence: 2014

  1. Crescencia Pastor Vicente Chair
  2. Ana Vega Navarro Secretary
  3. María Dolores García Olalla Committee member

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 365558 DIALNET lock_openRIULL editor


This research focused their study on the contributions that can be taken from relational psychomotricity to promote the development of children who have bonding disorders. It is a case study where the researcher intervenes in the psychomotricity room for two years with a four-year-old girl. Through observational methodology and using the aforementioned narrative register, the child¿s manifestations in the room were studied, in order to contrast aspects with existing theory, as well as assessing those patterns of psychomotor intervention which can help and sustain a healthy construction of personal identity. In total thirty sessions are selected for analysis, both in individual intervention and with an equal or a in small group. From this point on the data obtained, the emerging categories are used as a way of grouping the information for the further reading, interpretation and qualitative analysis. The child is also observed in both school and family ambience through interviews which include the evolution of the child, which enables the triangulation of the data obtained in the psychomotor activity room.