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Football and psychosis

  • Franck Nolot (a1), Christian Védie (a1) and Alistair Stewart (a2)
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After 25 years of promoting football in psychiatric hospitals, the authors highlight the potential benefits of sport and physical activity in treating people diagnosed with psychosis. A number of clinical cases are used to illustrate the benefits to individual people as well as to the collective and the institution.

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This is an Open Access article, distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted re-use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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Alistair Stewart (alistair.stewart@nhs.net)
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This is an abridged version. First published in French: F. Nolot, C. Védie: Football et psychose. Annales médico-psychologiques, revue psychiatrique, Volume 166, Issue 10, December 2008, Pages 870–874.

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1 Mahieu, E. L'Argentine, entre la psychanalyse et le football: le rugby [Argentina, between psychoanalysis and football: rubgy]. Cercle d'études psychiatriques Henri Ey de Paris, 2004 (http://eduardo.mahieu.free.fr/2004/rugby.htm).
2 Daumezon, G, Koechlin, P (1952). La psychotherapie institutionelle francaise contemporaine [Contemporary French institutional psychotherapy]. Reprinted (2009) in Psychoanalytische Perspektieven 2009; 27: 215–34. Available online at http://www.psychoanalytischeperspectieven.be/on-line%20papers/papers/2009%20(1-2)%20Daumézon.pdf.
3 Lanfranchi, MC, Les activités physiques et eportives dans le projet de soin infirmier: moteur de l'équipe soignante [Sport and physical activity as a driving force in patient care]. Editions ENSP, 1995.
4 Sivadon, P, Gantheret, F. L rééducation corporelle des fonctions mentales [Rehabilitation of mental functioning by means of physical activity]. ESF, 1965.
5 Durrell, L. Balthazar. Faber and Faber, 1958.
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Football and psychosis

  • Franck Nolot (a1), Christian Védie (a1) and Alistair Stewart (a2)
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