Releasing early childhood fears through haptotherapeutic guidance in water – Haptotherapy in water II
- 01 June 2020
- Reflective practice 2020 |
Both children and adults can be afraid of water. Sometimes the reason for this is that they had a traumatic experience with water. More often, however, there is no explanation, as such. The following article discusses the underlying problems that may be a factor in fear of being in water or, in more extreme cases, being under water. In addition, the article explores how haptotherapy in water can offer healing, address the vitality of a person or lack thereof, thereby reawakening a person to their own individual character.
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Publication date:June 1, 2020