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Free Content Therapeutische Landschaften in der Psychoonkologie: Die gesundheitsfördernde Wirkung von Natur und Landschaft

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Natur und naturnahe Landschaften können menschliches Wohlbefinden stärken, Krankheiten lindern und eine raschere Genesung bewirken. Dieser positive Einfluss wird mit dem Konzept der ,,Therapeutischen Landschaften“ operationalisiert. Neu für die Diskussion ist, das gesundheitsfördernde Potenzial von Landschaften in der Psychoonkologie zu nutzen: Der therapeutische Aufenthalt in der Natur und das Betrachten schöner Landschaft verspricht Krebspatient(inn)en Hilfe bei Begleiterscheinungen wie depressiven Verstimmungen, Ängsten und Ermüdungserscheinungen.
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Keywords: health resources; nature therapy; psycho-oncology; salutogenesis; therapeutic landscapes

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2017

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