M A D E R OxX therapy
To Enhance a Person’s Quality of Life, Promoting a Greater Sense of Wellbeing for The Client and Their Carers.
This Project Covers The Listed Aspects That Are Defined for Quality Health Care in The National Quality Policy and Strategy Handbook WHO 2018:
WHO 2019 Data & Research:
Focused research, new metrics and methods could give a far better understanding of Healthy Ageing and are essential for evidence-informed policy and evaluation. To achieve this, appropriate measures of Healthy Ageing need to be agreed on and collected through vital statistics, health and social care services, and population surveys across countries. Research in a range of fields contributing to Healthy Ageing across the life course is also required, as are mechanisms to ensure its rapid translation into clinical practice, systems strengthening, population-based health interventions, and shaping of health and broader socio-economic policies.
(WHO Website: Data and Research 2019)
Therapeutic Interventions That Foster Self-Awareness Help To Positively Re-Wire The Traumatized Brain.
„The lack of self-awareness in victims of chronic childhood trauma is sometimes so profound that they cannot recognize themselves in a mirror".
Bessel van der Kolk (born 1943) is a Dutch psychiatrist, author and educator based in Boston USA. He is professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine and President of the Trauma Research Foundation in Brooklin, Massachusetts.
mind gets weaker and our
mind gets stronger at the end of life. It's important to reemphasize that not all who have been traumatized in early childhood may experience PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), but flashbacks of the
they felt at that time may arise when their
mind gets weaker".
Guiding Principles & Core Values for the Decade of Healthy Ageing; SOLIDARITY:
Every 4th person that survived cancer suffers from PTSD
Survivor Trauma Explained:
Nursing Sciences at the University Witten/Herdecke, Germany
(video without acoustics and only available in German)
M A D E R OxX therapy - For People With Handicap
The purpose of the convention on the rights of persons with disabilities is to promote, protect and ensure the full and equal enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedoms by all persons with disabilities, and to promote respect for their inherent dignity.(United Nation of Human Rights)(Handicap International)
M A D E R OxX therapy - In Premature Care
Babies born before the 37th week of gestation are considered premature and are sometimes referred to as “preemies”. Mothers whose babies are born prematurely are often scared and nervous.
Premature newborns have an increased risk of complications. Their little bodies still have underdeveloped parts that include the lungs, digestive system, immune system, and skin. The sense of touch begins to develop as early as 7 to 8 weeks of pregnancy. By 11 weeks, the baby begins to make tiny movements in the mothers womb. These movements mark the baby's first explorations as she or he feels her/his environment and her/his own body. The baby is born with highly sensitive skin. Some of the areas of the body are particularly sensitive to touch including mouth, cheeks, face, hands, and abdomen, and the soles of the feets. Massage provides vital contact and improves long-term attachment and emotional resilience.
(American Pregnancy Association - Care For The Premature Baby)(Center Medical Advisory Board 2018)
M A D E R OxX therapy - A Wood Therapy for Therapeutic Purpose
Tactile Stimulation Experiment: The results showed that temperature conditions have a sizable effect
on blood pressure. It increases if contact is made with artificial
materials, such as metals and acrylic, whereas contact with wood does
not cause physiological stress, which manifests itself in the form of
blood pressure increase, regardless of its temperature. This was true
whether tested at room or lower temperature, thereby showing the
superiority of nature-derived wood as a material. The overal conclusion: Considering the significance of quality of life in our modern stressful
society, the importance of nature therapy will further increase. The
therapeutic effects of natural stimulation suggest a simple, accessible,
and cost-effective method to improve the quality of life and health of
modern people. Moreover, the elucidation of these physiological effects
from the viewpoint of EBM is an important task for the future.
Further study is needed to elucidate the physiological effects of wood on humans. The project with the M A D E R OxX therapy will focus on research with a therapeutic outcome and supports this recommanded study advice.
(US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health 2016)(Journal of Wood Science 2017)
The M A D E R OxX therapy - Finds It's Way Back To It's Origin
The M A D E R OxX therapy offers a client center based therapy and is specifically designed only for therapeutic purposes to mainly foster self-awareness and support mental health. Specialists located in Switzerland have developed a new technique and re-designed the wood tools for a unique therapy experience.
Palliative care is the active, total care of patients whose disease is not responsive to curative treatment. Palliative care takes a holistic approach, addressing physical, psychosocial and spiritual care, including the treatment of pain and other symptoms. Palliative care is interdisciplinary in its approach and encompasses the care of the patient and their family and should be available in any location including hospital, hospice and community. Palliative care affirms life and regards dying as a normal process; it neither hastens nor postpones death and sets out to preserve the best possible quality of life until death. The World Health Organization definition of palliative care and palliative care for children can be found here. More detailed information on palliative care can be found in the EAPC White Paper on Standards and Norms for Hospice and Palliative Care.
** Total Pain
The internationally accepted definition of pain is: An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage (International Association of the Study of Pain (IASP) 1973). This definition makes two specific points. Firstly, the pain experience is an inherently subjective one. It can only be described accurately by the person experiencing it, and sometimes not even by them. Secondly, pain is not just a physical experience. The relationship between physical tissue damage and patient experience of pain is highly complex. Long gone are the days when pain was described as in a purely linear relationship with nociceptive input. With our understanding of the complex integration of these inputs with cortical networks, and supraspinal modulation of pain through descending pathways, even suggestions of pain as either mental or physical are a thing of the past. Cicely Saunders in the 1960s saw a broader view than the IASP definition, acknowledging the impact of spiritual and psychosocial aspects on the pain experience, coining the term ‘Total Pain’. Pain is experienced as an overall feeling state with multiple layers of meaning.
Total Pain in Children with Severe Neurological Impairment by Timothy A. Warlow and Richard D.W. Hain. Received: 28 November 2017; Accepted: 12 January 2018; Published: 18 January 2018. Children 2018, 5, 13; wdpi.com
*** Client Center Based Therapy
Sixty years ago, psychologist Carl Rogers introduced a new approach to psychotherapy that ran contrary to the theories dominant at the time. His method, client-centered therapy, still offers a contrast to most approaches to therapy today, says the January issue of the Harvard Mental Health Letter. Client-centered therapists rarely ask questions, make diagnoses, provide interpretations or advice, offer reassurance or blame, agree or disagree with clients, or point out contradictions. Instead, they let clients tell their own stories, using the therapeutic relationship in their own way. In client-centered therapy, the therapist listens without trying to provide solutions. The therapist must create an atmosphere in which clients can communicate their feelings with certainty that they are being understood rather than judged, says the Harvard Mental Health Letter. This permissive indirect approach makes clients more aware of aspects of themselves that they have been denying. The aim is to free clients of the sense that they are under the influence of forces beyond their control.
(Harvard Health Publishing, Harvard Medical School 2006)
M A D E R OxX therapy would like to be recognised by the Council of Europe. The EAPC lobbies and
actively engages with EU policy-makers and other stakeholder to
advocate, anticipate and proactively shape EU health and research
policies on palliative care issues. The EAPC provides a forum for all
of those either working, or with an interest in palliative care
throughout Europe and beyond.
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