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Bibliotherapy in general practice

Authors: Bonnet, Pierre-André;

Bibliotherapy in general practice

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Introduction: La bibliothérapie est l'utilisation d'un support écrit dans le traitement ou la prévention d'un trouble de santé mentale. Son utilisation en pratique clinique est méconnue en France. Pourtant, elle pourrait être utile pour le médecin généraliste. Objectifs : - Etat des lieux des données de la science sur la bibliothérapie, en particulier en soins primaires - Comprendre la nature de l'action du livre sur les individus. Méthode : Revue simple de la littérature. Recueil et analyse qualitative de témoignages écrits d'individus déclarant avoir vécu un trouble psychologique qui a été amélioré par la lecture d'un ouvrage. Ces témoignages ont été recueillis par un formulaire en ligne diffusé par voie numérique de manière pyramidale via par internet. Résultats : 336 articles ont été trouvés. Au final, 58 articles sont retenus pour leur contenu directement à propos de la bibliothérapie et la méthode employée. Dans ces essais, les auteurs ont étudié dans leur quasi-totalité des livres de thérapie auto-administrée, ou "self-help book" dont le contenu est issu des thérapies cognitives et comportementales. Utilisée seule ou en association avec un suivi en consultation, la bibliothérapie est efficace notamment dans les troubles anxieux et les troubles de l'humeur, ainsi que dans certains troubles de l'érection, le sevrage alcoolique et les troubles du sommeil. Elle renforcerait également l'alliance thérapeutique. 590 sujets ont participé à l'enquête diffusée par internet. 299 témoignages ont été laissés, dont 137 de la part de sujets déclarant avoir vécu un bénéfique psychologique à la lecture d'un livre. Ces témoignages analysés par le logiciel NVivo 8.0 révèlent la nature de l'effet bénéfique de la lecture. A saturation du modèle, nous identifions cinq thématiques qui sont développées: l'expérience d'éveil, la distanciation, l'accompagnement, l'apaisement et la prévention. Conclusion: La bibliothérapie est un outil méconnu mais efficace, qui peut être une réponse pertinente, efficiente, accessible et acceptable en soins primaires dans le traitement et la prévention des troubles de santé mentale. Elle est aussi un moyen de placer le patient au centre de la prise en charge de ses troubles en s'appuyant sur ses compétences et son autonomie. Un champ de recherche est ouvert pour l'utilisation de cet outil en France.

Bibliotherapy means to use a written document to treat or prevent a mental disease. It is unknown in France wherever it could be usefull specialy un primary care. Objective: - Knowledge about biblotherapy and its use in primary care - Understand how a book modify patient's mind Method : Systematic review Collection and qualitative analysis of written testimonies about how the reading seems to have improve mental well-being. Analysis with NVivo 8.0

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France
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primary care, santé mentale, médecine générale, [SDV.MHEP] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Human health and pathology, self-help book, bibliothérapie, psychologie, bibliotherapy, psychology, [SDV.MHEP]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Human health and pathology, mental health

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