- functional and recuperative processes
- emotional and sensory activities
- spiritual and creative elements
- how we can harness an individual’s own inner resources for healing?
- how we can best understand the interweaving social, psychological and sensory influences that contribute to physical health, as well as the influence of physical health on our emotional wellbeing? How does this two directional streaming work?
- What is this individual person’s experience of illness? What are the person’s priorities? And how can each patient be an active participant in his or her own illness and healing?
Anthroposophical wholistic palliative care addresses the needs of the body, soul and the spiritual aspects of the human being. Dr Lisa is a GP with training in Palliative Care and, having trained at Coffs Harbour and Bellingen, will continue to work alongside and in cooperation with the Mid-North Coast palliative care service.
If needed, referrals can be made to members of the local Anthroposphical palliative care circle, a team who recognise the spiritual foundation of life and who work in various professional modalities supporting the individual along life’s path up, to and beyond the threshold of death. Our members work both professionally and voluntarily and currently includes GP, nurses, counsellors, death doula, art, music and massage therapists, to support home death care (patients and their families). These services are open to everybody.