Trauma et mémoire - quand la douleur infiltre le corps et l'âme: un regard sur les toxicodépendances graves

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Title
Trauma et mémoire - quand la douleur infiltre le corps et l'âme: un regard sur les toxicodépendances graves
Journal
Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie und Psychiatrie = Archives suisses de neurologie et de psychiatrie = Swiss archives of neurology and psychiatry
Author(s)
Rougemont-Bücking Ansgar
ISSN
1661-3686
ISSN-L
0258-7661
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2013
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
164
Number
1
Pages
5-12
Language
french
Abstract
This article describes the long-lasting psychological after-effects of a traumatic experience. There is growing lmowledge of the biomedical underpinnings of these phenomena: the underlying mechanisms belong to an implicit learning process whereby the victim remains under the influence of painful past experiences. One of these mechanisms concerns the development of a traumatic bonding which Iioticeably impedes the establishment of interpersona! relationships. The other mechanism, called "contextualisation deficit", is the difficulty of adjusting a person's emotional and behavioural reactivity to the context of present day !ife. This capacity of a traumatic experience to become incrusted long-termina human being's mind, and to haunt the victim with various forms of psychological and physical suffering, can be compared with the presence of a tumour or an abscess in somatic medicine. Th us, severe drug addiction can be conceptualised as a disorder in which the patient tries - in most cases ineffectively - to soothe the pain of today's world in cmmection with the trauma of the past. In conclusion, this article urges the development of psychiatrie care programmes which operate at the centre of the suffering encountered by the se patients, as a complement to the already well-established offers such as harm reduction, substitution therapy and social support.
Keywords
substance use disorder , trauma , pain , attachment , prefrontal cortex , hippocampus , psychotherapy , implicit learning , community , public health
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