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Dolphin Therapy in Kiev

In order to get detailed information about the dolphin therapy please call:

+38 (095) 285 55 95

+38 (044) 520 55 50

Also remember that a discount of up to 40% on the dolphin course.

Kiev Dolphinarium NEMO carried out by qualified specialists help children with various developmental disabilities through a specially designed program of dolphin impact on the child.

Dolphin therapy is:

  1. non-specific method of recovery and rehabilitation of people with psychosomatic and emotional problems;
  2. the positive influence on the human dolphin;
  3. specially organized therapeutic interaction of the animal and the child;
  4. the range of therapeutic techniques and methods (aba therapy, body-oriented therapy, art therapy, cognitive therapy behavioral, igroterapiya).

Thanks Dolphin therapy you can:

  1. encourage overall mental and physical development;
  2. strengthen mental capacity;
  3. to develop it;
  4. relieve psychosomatic disorders;
  5. reduce unwanted behaviors;
  6. stimulate the uptake of new motor skills;
  7. the self-esteem and personal activity.

Read more about the dolphin, see «Psychological mechanisms of influence» and «The physiological mechanisms of action».

Readings for the course of the dolphin:

  • Cerebral Palsy;
  • Infantile Autism;
  • Minimal brain dysfunction;
  • Attention deficit and hyperactivity syndrome;
  • Down's syndrome;
  • Delayed of psychic, mental and speech development;
  • Behavioral disorders;
  • Neurosis and logo neurosis of different genesis;
  • Psychosomatic disorders;
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder;
  • Chronic diseases of the musculoskeletal system;
  • Chronic fatigue.

With practical advice on the preparation of the child for the course of dolphin can be found here.

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