Outdoor Therapies

Providing readers with a range of approaches that can be utilized across a variety of practice settings and populations, this book is essential reading for students, practitioners, theorists, and researchers in counseling, social work, ...

Outdoor Therapies

Author: Nevin J. Harper

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000192687

Page: 218

View: 551

Drawing on the leading voices of international researchers and practitioners, Outdoor Therapies provides readers with an overview of practices for the helping professions. Sharing outdoor approaches ranging from garden therapy to wilderness therapy and from equine-assisted therapy to surf therapy, Harper and Dobud have drawn common threads from therapeutic practices that integrate connection with nature and experiential activity to redefine the "person-in-environment" approach to human health and well-being. Readers will learn about the benefits and advantages of helping clients get the treatment, service, and care they need outside of conventional, office-based therapies. Providing readers with a range of approaches that can be utilized across a variety of practice settings and populations, this book is essential reading for students, practitioners, theorists, and researchers in counseling, social work, youth work, occupational therapy, and psychology.

Routledge International Handbook of Outdoor Studies

Definitions and principles of adventure therapy Different terms are often used for
therapeutic practice outdoors such as adventure therapy (Gass, 1993),
wilderness therapy (Cole, Erdma & Rothblum, 1992; Davis-Berman & Berman,
1994), ...

Routledge International Handbook of Outdoor Studies

Author: Barbara Humberstone

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317666526

Page: 530

View: 415

The ‘outdoors’ is a physical and ideological space in which people engage with their environment, but it is also an important vehicle for learning and for leisure. The Routledge Handbook of Outdoor Studies is the first book to attempt to define and survey the multi-disciplinary set of approaches that constitute the broad field of outdoor studies, including outdoor recreation, outdoor education, adventure education, environmental studies, physical culture studies and leisure studies. It reflects upon the often haphazard development of outdoor studies as a discipline, critically assesses current knowledge in outdoor studies, and identifies further opportunities for future research in this area. With a broader sweep than any other book yet published on the topic, this handbook traces the philosophical and conceptual contours of the discipline, as well as exploring key contemporary topics and debates, and identifying important issues in education and professional practice. It examines the cultural, social and political contexts in which people experience the outdoors, including perspectives on outdoor studies from a wide range of countries, providing the perfect foundation for any student, researcher, educator or outdoors practitioner looking to deepen their professional knowledge of the outdoors and our engagement with the world around us.

Nature and Therapy

Adventure and wilderness therapy Adventure therapy focuses on the challenge
of contact with the outdoors and is ... Outdoor therapies such as adventure and
wilderness therapy are predominantly carried outwith young people, and one of
the ...

Nature and Therapy

Author: Martin Jordan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317618203

Page: 142

View: 867

Recent decades have seen an increasing interest in the healing and therapeutic potential of nature and interest in the potential of greencare interventions for the benefit of mental health. The field of nature based therapies is expanding in line with this interest. Nature and Therapy offers a unique contribution by outlining the specific processes involved in conducting counselling and psychotherapy sessions in outdoor natural environments. Central areas covered in the book include: A thorough exploration of the evidence for the psychological and healing potential of natural spaces; Developing a therapeutic rationale for nature based therapeutic work; Understanding the therapeutic relationship and the unique therapeutic processes that come into play in outdoor natural spaces; Translating indoor therapeutic work to outdoor contexts; The practicalities of setting up and running a therapy session outside of a room environment; Experiential exercises to explore the therapeutic potential of nature. Martin Jordan offers a clear outline of how to set up and hold a therapeutic session outdoors. Using case examples Nature and Therapy explores both the practicalities and the therapeutic processes that come into play in an outdoor natural setting. The book will be of use to counsellors, psychotherapists, arts therapists, psychologists and health professionals who are interested in taking their therapeutic work into natural environments and outdoor spaces.

Outdoor Programs for Young Offenders in Detention

Adventure therapy is most often used in conjunction with other therapies . ...
Adventure therapy can be further divided into four styles of conducting an outdoor
program , these being : recreation , enrichment , adjunctive therapy and primary ...

Outdoor Programs for Young Offenders in Detention

Author: Susan Reddrop

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 228

View: 333

Dispels the myth that all outdoor programmes for young offenders must conform to the wilderness trek style. Designed to provoke thought and inspire informed action for those interested in designing an outdoor programme for young offenders. Offers recommendations for designing and conducting outdoor programmes.

Arts Therapies and Progressive Illness

The clients are both young-onset and elderly. The holidays provided a variety of
approaches such as art therapy. performance skills. sport and outdoor pursuits.
and speech therapy as well as dance movement therapy. folk and social dancing.

Arts Therapies and Progressive Illness

Author: Diane Waller

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415219815

Page: 206

View: 411

In the last few years arts therapies have been used in a growing range of applications with new groups of patients. This is a guide to the use of arts therapies in the treatment of patients with diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.

Clinical Research in Complementary Therapies E Book

It may also occur where patients are enthusiastic about a treatment and choose it
for themselves. ... epidemiological outcomes studies and animal experiments;
someone cannot be randomized to be a convict, or an outdoor athlete or religious
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Clinical Research in Complementary Therapies E Book

Author: George Thomas Lewith

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0702049166

Page: 426

View: 585

The use of complementary therapies is exploding, increasing the pressure to establish a rigorous science to support its practice. Clinical Research in Complementary Therapies: Principles, Problems and Solutions provides students with the tools they need to research complementary and integrative medicine (CIM) and so fill this gap. Essential for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, this second edition is significantly updated and enhanced. Part 1 deals with research strategies and methods, explaining the major types of clinical research in CIM and how these inter-relate. New chapters are included on whole systems research, qualitative research and questionnaire development. Not all therapies can be treated the same way nor channeled through the signal process of randomized controlled trials. Therefore, detailed description of mixed methods approaches including observational, qualitative, cost-benefit and comparative effectiveness research are described. Part 2 deals with specific complementary therapies and how they are invested by experts in each field. The book analyses the key questions asked and the controversies debated in complementary medicine research and offers clear and innovative guidance for answering these questions. FEATURES • Provides an overarching synthesis of methods in CIM and how they are to be used collectively including the role of comparative effectiveness research • Suggests both general and specific factors which need to be considered in assessing or planning complementary therapy research • Pinpoints aspects of research which are different in orthodox research and complementary therapy research • Reviews the types of research carried out in specific complementary therapies and analyses issues which arise • Includes information on measuring the economic cost and benefits of complementary medicine, clinical audit and the role of placebos use • Builds upon recent research results, looks at the lessons these provide for all complementary therapies and suggests key issues to address in future research. • Provides an overarching synthesis of methods in CIM and how they are to be used collectively including the role of comparative effectiveness research • Suggests both general and specific factors which need to be considered in assessing or planning complementary therapy research • Pinpoints aspects of research which are different in orthodox research and complementary therapy research • Reviews the types of research carried out in specific complementary therapies and analyses issues which arise • Includes information on measuring the economic cost and benefits of complementary medicine, clinical audit and the role of placebos use • Builds upon recent research results, looks at the lessons these provide for all complementary therapies and suggests key issues to address in future research.

Milady s Standard Esthetics Advanced

... spa concept), body treatments, fitness facilities, that not even locker rooms are
shared. exercise classes, medical evaluations, and outdoor activities. Pools and
thermal water therapies are often Hospital and Rehabilitation Centers available.

Milady s Standard Esthetics  Advanced

Author: Milady

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1285401492

Page: 980

View: 967

MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS: ADVANCED, SECOND EDITION is an essential tool for students enrolled in advanced esthetics programs and critical for anyone serious about achieving a higher level of success in the beauty and wellness field. This new edition demonstrates Milady's commitment to providing the most current, cutting-edge educational resources to esthetic students and professionals anxious to expand and perfect their skills in one of the fastest growing industries of the day. It responds to the increasing demand for a more robust knowledge of skin care principles and techniques resulting from trends in medical esthetics as well as in hospitality and tourism. MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS: ADVANCED encompasses the broad areas of advanced skin sciences, including skin disorders and the updated ABC's of skin cancer; advanced esthetic techniques and devices; spa and alternative therapies; and working in a medical setting, including plastic surgery procedures and pre- and post-medical treatments. An introductory section addresses changes in esthetics to keep the student up-to-date on the newest technology and products, plus the final two chapters delve into financial business and marketing skills vital for rounding out success in the world of esthetics. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Medicine for the Outdoors E Book

Part One outlines basic principles of health care that should be applied to all
outdoor travel. ... and drugs described could worsen a situation if misapplied or
incorrectly administered, the treatments presented are current and well accepted.

Medicine for the Outdoors E Book

Author: Paul S. Auerbach

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0323340970

Page: 560

View: 959

Since 1986, Medicine for the Outdoors has been hailed as the definitive take-along manual on the subject. Packed with step-by-step instructions and how-to explanations, this updated edition tells you the best way to respond to just about any medical problem. Logically organized, simple-to-understand enhanced illustrations and an increased focus on new topics mean this medical reference book may literally save your life. Whether you’re venturing into mountains, deserts, forests, or out to sea, it belongs in your pack! Examine the most diverse and comprehensive coverage of medical conditions related to the outdoors. Be guided through logical and complete explanations of every topic. Enhance your understanding with descriptive material including numerous drawings and instructions. Research recommendations for injury and illness prevention. Locate answers quickly with a helpful comprehensive index. Clearly visualize how to perform specific treatments, such as the use of a SAM® splint, with an increased number of helpful illustrations. Stay abreast of the latest in emergency medicine care, including new antibiotics, medicines, products to control bleeding, and today's most common infectious disease threats. Enhance your understanding of Lyme disease; water disinfection; emerging diseases (including West Nile Virus); and how to seek safety and act during natural disasters. Take advantage of Dr. Auerbach’s expert guidance with revised recommendations on high-altitude problems, drowning, airways management, toxic plants, and snake bites. Access new appendices covering AIDS/HIV transmission, expanded treatment instructions, global conflict guidelines (including terrorism), and canine medicine. Consult this title on your favorite e-reader.

Boundaries in Psychotherapy

Group therapists are likely to sit in a circle side by side with or opposite their
clients , and psychoeducational - focused therapists may sit side by side with
their client watching a video . Adventure or outdoor therapies , which involve ...

Boundaries in Psychotherapy

Author: Ofer Zur

Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn

ISBN:

Page: 267

View: 427

This book is for the professional who feels unsure when entering the gray areas that inevitably arise in psychotherapy practice. The author carefully differentiates between what constitutes appropriate and helpful boundary crossing rather than inappropriate boundary violation and explores the ethical and clinical complexities involved in boundary issues such as the exchange of gifts, nonsexual touch, and more.

A Guide to Evidence based Integrative and Complementary Medicine

Table 6.1 Levels of evidence for lifestyle and complementary medicines/
therapies in the Environment Outdoor-play/natural environment Heavy metals
Lead Mercury Manganese Aluminium Pesticides Tobacco smoke Sunshine Level
IV Level ...

A Guide to Evidence based Integrative and Complementary Medicine

Author: Vicki Kotsirilos

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0729579085

Page: 550

View: 118

The must-have integrative and complementary medicine reference from experts in the field This exhaustive textbook is ideal for anyone with an interest in integrative and complementary medicine in Australia; including General Practitioners, medical students, integrative clinicians and health practitioners. A Guide to Evidence-based Integrative and Complementary Medicine presents non-pharmacologic treatments for common medical practice complaints – all supported by current scientific evidence. These include Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), asthma, insomnia, anxiety, depression and many more. This practical health resource profiles myriad approaches in integrative and complementary medicine, such as mind-body medicine, stress management techniques, dietary guidelines, exercise and sleep advice, acupuncture, nutritional medicine, herbal medicine, and advice for managing lifestyle and behavioural factors. It also looks at complementary medicines that may impact the treatment of disease. A Guide to Evidence-based Integrative and Complementary Medicine contains only proven therapies from current research, particularly Cochrane reviews, systematic reviews, randomised control trials, published cohort studies and case studies. • easy access to evidence-based clinical data on non-pharmacological treatments – including complementary medicines – for common diseases and conditions • instant advice on disease prevention, health promotion and lifestyle issues • chapter summaries based on scientific evidence using the NHMRC guidelines grading system • printable patient summary sheets at chapter end to facilitate discussion of clinical management • conveniently organised by common medical presentations

Complementary and Integrative Therapies for ENT Disorders An Issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics

... offer mindbody therapies, acupuncture, chiropractic, traditional Chinese
medicine, health coaching, and use of nutraceuticals, yoga studios, massage,
and more within the same building. The health system built walking paths and an
outdoor ...

Complementary and Integrative Therapies for ENT Disorders  An Issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics

Author: John Maddalozzo

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 1455772410

Page: 260

View: 738

Otolaryngologists-Head and neck surgeons, skilled surgeons and medical practitioners in diagnosing and treating conditions of the ear, nose, throat, and head and neck, are presented another dimension of treatment in this coverage of Complementary and Integrative medicine in otolaryngology. Examined in this issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics are integrative approaches to Tinnitus; Balance disorders; Otitis media; Sleep disorders; Allergy; Facial pain; Rhinosinusitis; among the other diseases managed by otolaryngologists. Each topic presents an Overview, Physiology and Anatomy, Symptoms, Medical Treatment Approaches and Outcomes, Surgical Treatment Approaches and Outcomes, Patient Self Treatments, Integrative Treatment Approaches and Outcomes, Multimodal Approaches and Outcomes. The expert group of editors and authors have extensive background in integrative therapies and emphasize the integrative aspect of these treatments alongside traditional medical and surgical approaches.

Spa Style Europe

Therapies, Cuisines, Spas Ginger Lee ... doctors offer a range of traditional
Ayurvedic treatments at the health centre, including Shirodhara (pictured). bottom
; The spa has extensive indoor and outdoor features including a freshwater
wavepool ...

Spa Style Europe

Author: Ginger Lee

Publisher: Weatherhill, Incorporated

ISBN: 9780834805477

Page: 228

View: 859

From its early emphasis on healing waters, Europe's rich spa tradition has evolved to incorporate different healing practices and therapies-not just from Europe, but from around the world.Spa Style Europeis a comprehensive guide to the intricate tapestry of popular modern spa treatments in Europe and those quality spas where you can enjoy them. Spa Treatments presents the historical, social and cultural background of spas in Europe, and tells you what you can expect from present-day spa treatments and therapies. Also included in this section are tips on how to benefit most fully from your spa experience, and recipes for do-it-yourself treatments that you can easily try at home. The spa therapies are organized according to the key elements of Water, Fire, Earth, Air, and Harmony. Spa Cuisine brings some of the secrets of healthy eating into your home, with delicious, nutritious and innovative recipes provided by two French spas: La Cuisine Synergique, a three-day programme from Royal Parc Evian; and Cuisine Minceur, a one-day programme from Les Preacute;s d'Eugeacute;nie. You will discover how a synergy of ingredients and cooking methods can provide tasty and inventive meals that help to balance your body and optimize your energy levels. Spa Digest, arranged geographically, is an illustrated guide to 49 of Europe's quality spas. It provides insights into the character of each property and highlights their key treatments to help you plan your next spa visit. A fact-packed Spa Statistics column helps you establish at a glance the spa type, spa size, facilities, treatments and therapies, provisions for couples, availability of spa cuisine, services, recreation options, and contact details of each spa.

Cutting Edge Therapies for Autism 2011 2012

Indoor games, outdoor games, group games, and team games are all considered
important aspects of social life. Harmonious movement in encouraged through
regular walks in nature, and social interaction skills are taught through ring ...

Cutting Edge Therapies for Autism 2011 2012

Author: Ken Siri

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.

ISBN: 1616082526

Page: 528

View: 275

Collects the latest information on autism research, therapies, evaluations, and treatment centers.

Medicine for the Outdoors

Part One outlines basic principles of health care that should be applied to all
outdoor travel. ... The basic therapies recommended are not those that could be
rendered by a physician with sophisticated equipment and a large
armamentarium of ...

Medicine for the Outdoors

Author: Paul S. Auerbach

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0323068138

Page: 553

View: 585

Packed with step-by-step instructions, how-to explanations, and practical approaches to outdoor and wilderness emergencies, this newly updated guide explains the best ways to respond to just about any medical problem when help is miles or days away. Logically organized, "Medicine for the Outdoors" may literally save a life.

Journal of the Outdoor Life

The Salt - Poor Dietary Treatment for Tuberculosis By ROBERT WOLLHEIM ,
New York Editorial Note - For the last year or so there has been considerable
discussion among tuberculosis workers , both medical and lay , regarding the so
 ...

Journal of the Outdoor Life

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

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Spa Business

The Tangula Train will offer cabinbased spa treatments using Ila products as well
as outdoor therapies on several scenic stops along the locomotive's route . Each
suite will have all the amenities of a luxury hotel and be furnished in leather ...

Spa Business

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 310

Design Guidelines for Hospital Open Spaces

We try and treat the whole patient . If they There are few outdoor therapies for
these patients . are done , it is on the gymnasium patio area . These patients use
the dining room a lot . Spinal cord patients go outdoors much more often to
smoke .

Design Guidelines for Hospital Open Spaces

Author: Robert George Paine

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 694

View: 700

Behavior A Guide For Practitioners An Issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America Small Animal Practice

If a cat is responding aggressively toward an outside cat, treatment options
include blocking the cat's access to the ... This strategy is also important if a cat is
redirecting toward another cat or person after seeing or smelling an outdoor cat.

Behavior  A Guide For Practitioners  An Issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America  Small Animal Practice

Author: Gary Landsberg

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0323297307

Page: 289

View: 947

This issue acts as a guide to behavior in dogs and cats for practitioners. Topics include: genetics and behavior of cats and dogs, the effects of stress on small animal health and behavior, canine agression towards family members or visitors, common sense small animal behaviour modification, small animal behavior triage, abnormal reptitive behaviors, feline agression towards family members, cat fights, and more.

Evaluation of Sleep Complaints An Issue of Sleep Medicine Clinics

TREATMENT OPTIONS With the circadian rhythm disorders there are several
effective therapies that can be used. ... By taking a walk, sitting outside, or Box 3
Potential treatment options for circadian rhythm sleep disorders Regular sleep ...

Evaluation of Sleep Complaints  An Issue of Sleep Medicine Clinics

Author: Clete Kushida

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0323323464

Page: 145

View: 182

Dr. Clete Kushida has assembled an expert panel of authors focused on Sleep Complaints. Articles in this issue include: Difficulty Falling or Staying Asleep; Irregular Bedtimes and Awakenings; Snoring, Irregular Respiration, Hypoventilation, and Apneas; Periodic or Rhythmic Movements During Sleep; Nightmares and Dream-Enactment Behaviors; Poor Sleep with Age; Difficulty Falling or Staying Asleep and more!