Are you confused about holistic health-care? If yes, this is not surprising since there are two separate uses of the term. In the and It’s all about you, taken personal responsibility for your mind and body.
The original holistic definition was an approach to health which considers the whole person and how he or she interacts with his or her environment, emphasising the connection between body, mind, soul & spirit.
Holistic healthcare takes into account all of the biological systems of the body, mental attitudes, psychology and environment as well as how they interact with one another. This is what is commonly referred to as a holistic form of medicine.
The more current definition describes holistic as an approach which allows us to integrate both conventional medicine and complementary therapies. It is always worth considering this holistic approach to life.
Some of the topics covered in the courses are:
- Identifying and managing (SAD) stress, anxiety, depression
- Balance and integration of the physical, mental and emotional aspects of your life
- Establish respectful, co-operative relationships
- Make wellness-oriented lifestyle changes
- Actively participate in your health decisions and healing process
Holistic is actually an approach to life, aiming to achieve balance and well-being through accepting responsibility for our own well-being, and making everyday choices to take charge of one’s own health.
Any natural holistic health care information provided should be regarded as complementary to, not a substitute for, conventional medical health care.
Co-founder and Chair of Dignity Street Foundation David Briscombe, has been teaching Stress Wise and Resilience Programmes since 1993, and has been a Member of the International Association of stress management (ISMA) since 2000. David is uniquely qualified to help you make major breakthroughs in your life, he has taught many thousands of people new skills that have attended his unique courses.
Testimonial of his reputation comes from the number of patients, referred to David by hospitals doctors and consultants. Within his private practice, he has treated holistically a wide range of mental health issues, including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Anxiety, Depression, Sleep and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Myalgic Encephalitis (M.E.), Bulimia, Anorexia Nervosa, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), chronic pain, and weight reduction.
Medical Advice Disclaimer: Dignity Street Foundation is a charity whose purpose is to promote sound knowledge and best practice in promoting Stress Prevention and Wellbeing. Dignity Street Foundation advises If you think you may be suffering from any medical condition you should seek immediate medical attention.