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Perspektiewe op heelheid : `n terapeutiese intervensiemodel

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dc.contributor.advisor Lessing, A. C. (Anna Christina), 1947- Brummer, Anna Catharina 2011-01-17T12:02:06Z 2011-01-17T12:02:06Z 2010-03
dc.identifier.citation Brummer, Anna Catharina (2010) Perspektiewe op heelheid : `n terapeutiese intervensiemodel, University of South Africa, Pretoria, <> en
dc.description Text in Afrikaans
dc.description.abstract Every person yearns to function as an independent and integrated human being who experiences inner peace and wholeness. The search for a way of life that leads to wisdom and life knowledge has continued through the centuries and according to Hancock (2005:8) it began as early as 40 000 years ago. This research study takes up this search, describing human wholeness from a spiritual, philosophical and psychological perspective, in the context of specific essential characteristics. Together with this, applicable therapeutic approaches were researched to structure an intervention model to achieve wholeness. Wholeness therapy is an eclectic approach based on medical hypnoanalysis with added aspects of the rational-emotive behavioural therapy of Albert Ellis, choice theory of William Glasser and Victor Frankl’s logotherapy. By means of qualitative research a case study from a psychological practice was described, in which a person was enabled to experience wholeness through wholeness therapy which is described in full. en
dc.format.extent 1 online resource (xix, 312 leaves)
dc.language.iso af en
dc.subject Spirituality en
dc.subject Philosophy en
dc.subject Psychology en
dc.subject Therapeutic intervention en
dc.subject.ddc 616.8914
dc.subject.lcsh Psychotherapy -- Philosophy
dc.subject.lcsh Mind and body therapies
dc.subject.lcsh Spiritual healing
dc.title Perspektiewe op heelheid : `n terapeutiese intervensiemodel en
dc.type Thesis en
dc.description.department Educational Studies D.Ed. (Sielkundige Opvoedkunde))

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