Movement and lifelong development
Psychomotricity in each age and life situation
The EFP's 6th Congress for Psychomotricity provides access to methods and scientific work in the field of psychomotricity in different countries.
In European countries, the psychomotricity approach has established itself in a wide range of contexts such as medicine, biology, education and psychology. Due to the versatile nature of the field, we have defined subtopics:
Psychomotricity – development, play and movement
Play and movement as methods of working in psychomotricity
The interplay of thinking, feeling, perceiving, moving and encountering is experienced in dynamic play and supports lifelong development.
Psychomotricity – development, relationship and bonding
Bonding and relationship as topics of psychomotricity
A supportive relationship is a cornerstone of psychomotor development support.
Psychomotricity – development and neuroscience
Using neuroscience to strengthen explanatory models of psychomotricity
Neuroscience connects medicine, psychology and biology. Insights into the development of the human brain are also integrated into psychomotricity.
Psychomotricity – development and education
Psychomotor facilitation of development as a component of elementary education
Through its varied methods, psychomotricity can provide effective support for educational processes.
Psychomotricity – development and health, prevention and resilience
Psychomotricity in prevention and health Promotion
Psychomotor prevention serves to prevent developmental disorders and promotes resilience by building up resistance.