Research on the Effect of Psychomotor Therapy on the Mental Health of Community Sports Elderly Services


  • Yue Yin



Psychology, Sport, Exercise


The reviews state that psychomotor treatment is a style or technique that is
connected to a complete picture of an individual that is drawn from a combined set between the
mind and the body. It is critical for assessments such as observations to be strategic to achieve a
solid psychosocial target (Van and Bouman, 2019).Specific movement, awareness of body parts,
and a distance from movement actions in psychomotor treatment was found to change the
patient's body and behavior as well as the affective and comparative aspects of their psychomotor
Approaches involving comprehensible, comparative, and affective effects have been
integrated with physical, emotional, and comprehensive conditions that function on matters
relating to human capacity and performing in a psychosocial perspective to realize the patients'
common factors or objectives (Daldacara and Diaz, 2019). The psychotherapeutic, health-related,
and psychosocial approaches to psychomotor therapy have all been identified and validated.
Psychomotor treatment has its means of enlarging an individual's common competence factors
and skills through various implementations of individually targeted interventions and
methodically predetermined group assessments. It also promotes a positive outlook and
individual self-esteem in terms of how it relates to society and the relationships that surround it
(Caliendo and Sessa, 2021). According to the reviews, in today's global society, there is
sufficient evidence to support psychomotor treatment as having a positive impact on individuals'
bodies in terms of their health from severe diseases related to mental disorders. Around the
world, various programs have been implemented to combat and support psychomotor treatment
(Janzing and Van, 2020). All medical facilities must adhere to specific guidelines that enhance
psychomotor therapy, and all organizations—including governments—improve therapies at
different locations to serve patients in different countries around the world (Zhang and Liu,