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Ceri Phelps, Carole Butler, Alecia Cousins, Carol Hughes
Engaging in nature-based activities is recognised as providing the basis for easily accessible, cost-effective interventions which can have other important physical and psychological health outcomes. The aim of the reported feasibility study was to explore the acceptability and potential psychological benefits of a simple ecotherapy-based intervention for individuals affected by cancer. A total of seven women from an existing breast cancer support group agreed to take part in the study by cultivating and customising a garden bowl for three months, maintaining a diary, and participating in a focus group at the end of the project...
2015: Ecancermedicalscience
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21213562/embedment-in-the-environment-a-new-paradigm-for-well-being
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Paul Stevens
Dominant models of health view people as essentially separable from their environment, affected directly by specific physical events or indirectly through idiosyncratic perceptions. Health is therefore a function of the individual, whether they are treated alone or in a group of similar individuals. A different (ecopsychological) view is that we are embedded within the environment; that notions of self, illness and well-being relate to where we are. Health practitioners and policy makers have realized that mind and body cannot be seen as being separate when promoting well-being, but 'self' and 'environment' is an equally false dichotomy...
November 2010: Perspectives in Public Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/5559426/ecotherapy
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H G Rapaport
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 1971: Annals of Allergy
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