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Measuring patient well-being, an exploratory study of the Haptotherapeutic Well-Being Scale (HWS)
Background: The HWS is developed for measuring patient well-being and may be useful in linking the specific Haptotherapy (HT) interventions – insight-providing conversations, skills exercises, and...
embodied resilience: A phenomenological perspective
Embodied resilience: A phenomenological perspective
Haptotherapy for children and parents: The potential effects and how it works A single-case sub-study and a qualitative sub-study
The purpose of this study is to investigate the potential effects of haptotherapy, and how it works for children and their parents.
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Haptotherapy for patients with cancer; experience of haptotherapists and reasons for consultation: A survey among haptotherapists
Haptotherapy for patients with cancer