How it helps

Psychomotor Therapy (PMT) applies to various pathologies for individuals within different age groups, from infants to the elderly. Some of the most common conditions treated with the help of PMT rehabilitation techniques include:

Paediatrics and adolescents

  • Conditions affecting premature babies
  • Developmental disorders in infants and children
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders
    • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)/learning disabilities
    • Autism
    • Down’s Syndrome
    • Cerebral palsy
  • Teen depression and other conditions
    • Addiction
    • Eating disorders


  • Mild mental illnesses
    • Stress
    • Anxiety
    • Depression
  • Workplace disorders
    • Psychosocial risks
    • Burnout syndrome
  • Severe mental illnesses
    • Paranoia
    • Schizophrenia
    • Bipolar syndrome
  • Psychotrauma
  • Other neurological conditions
    • Stroke
    • Cognitive disorders
    • Multiple sclerosis


  • Prevention and management of neurodegenerative disorders
    • Parkinson’s disease
    • Alzheimer’s disease

The proposed treatments are in line with the 1988 decree of competence of psychomotor therapists early education, stimulation and psychomotor awakening, re-education, and treatment of psychomotor disorders.

It’s divided into several steps:

Step 1: Carrying out preliminary anamnestic research, either through an interview and/or consultation of the patient’s file.

Step 2: Proposing a set of tests to assess the psychomotor development as a whole, except when the clinical situation does not allow it.

Step 3: Passing one or several tests that will measure the skills related to the suspected disorders that motivated the assessment or were suspected by the evaluator during the assessment.

Step 4: Adapting his or her proposals to the intrinsic characteristics of the patient (age, pathologies, fatigability, etc.).

Step 5: Drawing up a report describing the observations made, the results of the measurements taken, an explanatory summary of the patient’s psychomotor functioning and the possible disorders identified, as well as a care plan if necessary.

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