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Entspannung, Körperwahrnehmung und Erholung

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Entspannung und Erholung müssen mehr denn je aktiv und bewusst in den Alltag eingeplant werden, um einer Überforderung vorzubeugen. Die immensen außenorientierten, energiekonsumierenden Zuwendungsleistungen gerade in der Rolle als Arzt machen die Entspannungs- und Erholungsfähigkeit zu Kernkompetenzen der heutigen Zeit. In diesem Kapitel stellen wir gängige Entspannungsverfahren vor, die neben der Reduktion von körperlichen und seelischen Anspannungszuständen den Ausbau der Körperwahrnehmung als Basis für eine gesunde Selbstregulation fördern. Neben Tipps zum entspannten Arbeiten mit dem Patienten finden sich praktische Anregungen zum Ausbau Ihrer Erholungskompetenz.

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Ross, U., Fritzsche, K. (2016). Entspannung, Körperwahrnehmung und Erholung. In: Fritzsche, K., Geigges, W., Richter, D., Wirsching, M. (eds) Psychosomatische Grundversorgung. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-47744-1_29

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