n Acta Academica - A theoretical exposition of the concept "spontaneous healing in children" : a SHIPiC™ perspective

Volume 38, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 0587-2405


SHIP® (spontaneous healing intra-systemic process) (JOS 2002) as a psycho-therapeutic model has developed over many years during which the fascinating occurrence of spontaneous healing in clients was observed. In 2001 The SHIP® Foundation was launched to promote the schooling of registered psychologists in the art of facilitating healing in clients, which inevitably created more balance and integration in clients, families and communities. The development of the spontaneous healing therapeutic technique in children soon followed and SHIPiC™ (spontaneous healing intra-systemic process in children) was trade marketed in 2003. This article is intended to explain the core theoretical principles of this exciting therapeutic model with regard to children.

SHIP® (spontane heling intrasistemiese proses) (JOS 2002) het as 'n terapeutiese model oor etlike jare ontwikkel. Gedurende hierdie tydperk is die fassinerende verskynsel van spontane heling in kliënte waargeneem. In 2001 is The SHIP® Foundation gestig met die doel om geregistreerde sielkundiges in die kuns van die fassilitering van heling in kliënte op te lei, wat weer aanleiding gee tot groter balans en integrasie in kliënte, families en gemeenskappe. Die ontwikkeling van die spontane heling terapeutiese tegniek in kinders het kort hierna gevolg en die SHIPiC™ handelsmerk (spontane heling intrasistemiese proses in kinders) is in 2003 geregistreer. Die doel van die artikel is om die basiese teoretiese beginsels van hierdie opwindende terapeutiese model vir kinders te verduidelik.

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