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Guiding in the answer to pain

Pain is felt. Felt by the one who is feeling pain. The pain itself is not discernible to an outsider. But the expression of pain is another thing. Pain always has causes, but even more important is that pain is always a signal: something is wrong. The signal is the basis of both the question and

Haptotherapy and high-level sport performance

Haptotherapy is a well appreciated, but still not widespread, discipline in the field of cure and care for high-level athletes. Top-level athletes can and need to develop themselves as autonomous, self-confident and responsible persons in order to perform at their best without choking or burning

Haptotherapy and empathy

An approach of haptotherapy - and haptonomy in general - from the perspective of empathy. At first sight, there seems to be a striking relationship between haptotherapy and empathy. From an empathy perspective, haptotherapy is like empathy-with-the-hands, whereas empa

The clinical effectiveness of haptotherapy in routine practices

Despite the widespread application of haptotherapy in the Netherlands, there is a lack of evidence regarding its effectiveness. The aim of this study was to further explore its effect in a convenience sample of clients from first line clinical practices.

Four-Dimensional Symptom Questionnaire (4DSQ) in the Primary Healthcare Practice of Therapists

In primary healthcare the 4DSQ is meaningful for screening for Distress, Depression, Anxiety, and Somatization in order to start an adequate form of treatment or to take measures in terms of consultation an/or referral.

Methodological reflections on body–mind intervention studies with cancer patients

Methodological reflection on the content, results and limitations of three body-mind intervention studies (including haptotherapy) with cancer patients (CPs) in order to improve the quality of studies on body-mind interventions and to raise the potential value for CPs.

Evaluation of haptotherapy for patients with cancer treated with chemotherapy at a day clinic

The purpose of this study was to evaluate a haptotherapeutic treatment and its effects on the perceived well-being of patients with cancer treated with chemotherapy in day care.
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