The Distant Holistic Approach – What It Is and What Benefits It Offers
Updated: Apr 4
The Distant Holistic Approach, or DHRA, is a way of providing holistic health and wellness to individuals in a remote setting. The idea behind this approach is to offer comprehensive wellness services to those who are not able to access regular, face-to-face wellness providers or spiritual coaches. As technology continues to improve, this way of providing wellness support has become increasingly popular as more clients have access to telephone or computer remote support.
At its core, the Distant Holistic Approach is about helping individuals feel supported and empowered in their health and wellness journeys. In the DHRA model, care is tailored to the individual's needs, and includes services such as coaching, education, stress management applications and other self-care activities. This approach allows individuals to be in control of their own health and wellbeing, and to work collaboratively with wellness providers to find the best plan of action.
So, what are the benefits of using the Distant Holistic Approach? Here are just some of the main advantages:
Convenience. The distant approach is convenient for both the client and healthcare provider. Clients can connect with providers anytime, from anywhere, with the convenience of technology. This also makes stress management easier and more accessible for those who might have difficulty attending in-person appointments.
Improved access to holistic care. For those who live in remote locations, the Distant Holistic Approach makes accessing healthcare easier and more accessible. Not only are services available at any time, but they can also be tailored to meet the specific needs of the individual.
Improved client satisfaction and outcomes. Because DHRA is convenient and client-centric, it can result in improved satisfaction levels and improved outcomes. Studies show that using this approach can lead to better health outcomes, increased client satisfaction, and better collaboration between client and coach.
Overall, the Distant Holistic Approach offers many benefits for both clients and their healthcare providers. By offering more convenient access to stress management protocols, as well as improved satisfaction and outcomes, DHRA can be an invaluable tool for people who are looking for comprehensive wellness programs.
Distant Holistic Arts offers a full service of distant holistic products and programs including Energy Medicine, Spiritual Coaching, and Intuitive Consulting. Clients can download applications with energy frequencies for specific goals including chakra balancing and holistic pet sessions. Clients can also schedule remote sessions by telephone at any time. To schedule a distant holistic healing session, please email email@example.com. Thank you.
Louisa Mastromarino, CEO of Holistic Consortium, is a certified counselor educator, certified psychic/medium, and certified intuitive consultant. She is also a clinical hypnotherapist with over twenty years of experience in the communications and education fields. Louisa has been featured in Careers from the Kitchen Table by Raven Blair Davis and is the author of Spifford Max and the Cycle Pups Go to Washington, D.C., Spifford Max and the Cycle Pups Go to Philadelphia, PA, Spifford Max and the Cycle Pups Go to New York City, and Brizzley Bear Loves Poetry . Visit www.distantholistic.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to arrange a private distant consultation. Thank you.
Distant holistic services are not meant to treat, diagnose, or cure any condition. All clients should seek licensed support for any medical or business concerns. Thank you.
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