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When touch is not common practice: The haptonomic approach and therapy for higher-functioning children and adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

Within regular healthcare and counselling of high-functioning children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the approach most commonly taken assumes structure and predictability are key concepts in the treatment. This article raises the possibility of a haptonomic approach with this ta

When Touch is Required: From the practice of the psychologist using the body-oriented method

In addition to interventions directed towards the cognition and behavior of the client, the body-oriented psychologist uses body-focused interventions to help the client experience who he is and how he relates to others and the world. The client is guided in his/her development from there on, on

Haptotherapy and burnout

Worldwide a significant number of people have been absent from work because they were affected by the symptoms of burnout. Symptoms often associated with burnout are emotional exhaustion, lack of motivation at work and feeling incompetent. Work and everyday life become unbalanced. These s

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
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