Integrative rehabilitation practice : the foundations of whole-person care for health professionals / edited by Matt Erb and Arlene Schmid ; foreword by Victoria Maizes.

Contributor(s): Erb, Matt | Schmid, Arlene A | Maizes, Victoria
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; Philadelphia : Singing Dragon, 2021Copyright date: ©2021Description: 519 p. : ill. ; 26 cmISBN: 9781787751507; 1787751503Subject(s): Medical rehabilitation | Holistic medicine | Integrative medicineDDC classification: 617.06
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Section One: Foundation of Integrative Rehabilitation practice
1. The landscape
2.Creative wisdom
3. Defining the need
4.Upstream Influences
5.Whole person clinical reasoning
6. Integrating psychology in practice
7. The science of integrative practice

Section Two: Application of Integrative rehabilitation practices
8. From the start
9. Deepening the narrative
11. Exploring Biofeedback
12. Exploring the breath
13. Exploring sensation
14. Exploring Imaginary
15. Exploring movement
16. Exploring therapeutic education
17. Cognitive-behavioral integration
18. Exploring spirituality
19. Avenues of expression
20. Finding your voice
21. Music as medicine
22. Exploring nutrition and food
23. Reframing manual therapy

Section Three. Additional delivery models changing practice
24. Yoga therapy in rehabilitation
25. The power of groups
26. Integrative rehabilitation practice and mental health
27. Wrapping up and opening forward

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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