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9. Drama-therapy / Psychodrama: Systematic and purposeful use of dramatic / theatrical / processes, products and related technologies to achieve therapeutic goals to relieve symptoms, emotional and mental integration and personal growth. Drama therapy is an active method that helps the client to tell his story to solve a problem, reach catharsis, reach a greater depth and breadth of their own inner experience, understand the meaning of symbols and images, strengthen the ability to performing personality roles while increasing flexibility in moving from role to role. Drama therapy is also useful for training the social skills of people with psychological retardation.

10. Interpersonal psychotherapy: Through face-to-face conversation, this model focuses on the patient’s current life and his relationships with family, society and the work environment. The goal is to identify and solve problems through insight, as well as to increase resources.

11. Cultural competence: Aid that is sensitive to cultural differences. The caregivers are aware of the impact of the culture and have the skills to help provided by the service, which adequately responds to personal unique cultural differences, including race and ethnicity, national identity, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation or physical disability. They also adapt their skills to fit family values ​​and habits.

12. Psychosocial Rehabilitation: Psychosocial Rehabilitation is a process that helps individuals with a mental disorder to reach their optimal level of independent functioning in the community. AKP is a therapeutic approach aimed at developing the potential of individuals. Its essence is rooted in two interrelated processes: training and support. This means both improving the skills of individuals in different areas and changes in the environment in order to reduce disability and achieve the highest possible quality of life. The AKP is aimed at people who have experienced a mental disorder or in whom the impairment of mental functions has led to a certain level of disability, as well as to members of their families and people in their immediate environment.

13. Psychotherapy: Treatment of mental disorders, emotional problems and personality difficulties through conversations with a therapist. There are dozens of different styles in psychotherapy, including psychoanalysis.

14. Occupational therapy: A health profession that uses targeted activities suitable for all ages and social roles of individuals to restore, build and improve the ability to live independently. The occupational therapist assesses, treats, and counsels individuals whose ability to cope with the tasks of daily living is threatened or impaired by physical illness or injury, psychological impairment, or growth deficits. The occupational therapist works in hospitals, schools, rehabilitation agencies, long-term care services and other health care organizations.

15. Self-Help Groups: The term is usually used for groups or meetings of people with similar needs; they are facilitated by a user, a person with similar experience; he / she assists people to deal with difficult life events, such as death, addictions, severe events, addictions, in the diagnosis of a physical, emotional or mental disorder – related to the person himself or his or her loved one; facilitators participate informally, free of charge and voluntarily; groups or meetings provide support and education and are anonymous and confidential. Many people with mental illness find this way of support and the strongest resource for recovery and improvement.

16. Play therapy: A model close to young children. Play therapy uses a variety of actions, such as drawing, playing with dolls, etc., to establish communication with the therapist and solve the problem. The game allows children to express their emotions and problems that are too difficult for them to share with another person.

17. Family therapy: A therapeutic method that involves the assessment and treatment of all family members involved. This therapy focuses on the family as a system, rather than focusing on a specific individual who is initially accused of being a client.

18. Anti-aging / from anti-aging – stopping aging / – hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Hormone replacement drugs are effective and safe, it is about anti-aging, which has been used for years in countries such as Austria, Germany, Switzerland. Therefore, in developed countries, this type of therapy, in addition to being widely used, is also called Anti-aging (anti-aging). Anti-aging medicine is also available in our country. The battle with aging has officially started in our country as well. In Bulgaria there is still an unjustified fear of the hormonal preparations with the argument that their use leads to side effects. The widespread use of this antediluvian thesis prevents many women from avoiding the unpleasant symptoms of menopause and, above all, from preventing the diseases associated with it – osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s disease, atherosclerosis and breast cancer.

19. Fitness – Fitness strategy is a plan for the whole training year, which serves as a guide map to achieve the goals. It includes all the months of the coming year in which training is planned. Holidays (holidays and personal occasions) are planned. After the initial marking of training and weekends, the year is divided into several fitness periods, each of which serves to achieve a certain part of the goals. Once you have set your goals on the way to the ultimate goal (strength, shape, silhouette, achievement, etc.), it is time to choose the principles and approaches in diet and training schemes. Fitness program: The program for each period should be consistent with your personal free time and goals for the period. The programs have different goals – maintenance, weight loss, reshaping, functional strength.

20. Thalasso twisted therapy – With live algae for face and body. Purifying, detoxifying, regenerating and smoothing effect. Stimulates metabolism. Maintains the oxygen balance in the skin. Thalasso body therapy is an excellent remedy for cellulite. This method is based entirely on seawater and algae. Helps reminalization and detoxification, hydration, relaxation and toning, as well as especially for weight loss, tightening and shaping the figure. Due to the fact that thalassotherapy products contain 100% sea water and all the chemical elements known from the Mendeleev table, they return the necessary minerals and trace elements to the body. Due to the high concentration of iodine, the procedures with thalassotherapy: activate the metabolism and the function of the endocrine glands; rid the body of accumulated toxins and toxins / a major factor in the formation of cellulite /; help to naturally regulate cholesterol levels; help to completely tighten the skin.

21. Mountain biking – tourist routes for mountain bikes (cycling).

22. Relief = diet for weight loss. This is a type of diet in which the calories consumed and energy consumed with food are insufficient to supply the body with energy, as a result of which it releases energy from its fat reserve. In this way, it reduces its weight and energy costs, while at the same time using the fat released from fat to sustain life.

23. “Northern walking” – tourist routes for hiking.


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