Françoise Wibbels-Pancras, ‘From surviving to living after a stroke – An initiative to structuring treatment after a CVA from the haptotherapeutic perspective’, https://ijhh.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/20211226-FWibbels-Pancras-geplaatst.pdf, International Journal of Haptonomy and Haptotherapy (2021) nr. 5, p. 36-45
The haptotherapy recovery process after a CVA is described and structured in this article in three phases: surviving, recovering, living. This is a basic document to develop a clinical practice guideline for haptotherapy following a CVA. (…) In this clinical practice guideline, various interventions could be described per recovery phase. Based on this, the haptotherapist and the client can together formulate a meaningful treatment plan centred around the preferences of the client. (…) This clinical practice guideline can also serve as a theoretical document.