Reiki can help these individuals to better handle the high stress and intense demands of the job. It also supports calm confidence in surgery and other treatment situations. Reiki can also be used in conjunction with any type of traditional medicine.
Social Workers & Therapists
Studies have shown that integrating mind-body practices can help with overall progress. Using Reiki may help:
Studies have shown that Reiki can be helpful in hospice settings for both patients and their caregivers, without creating any additional side effects.
Patient symptoms including anxiety, pain, agitation, nausea, and insomnia were among the most commonly addressed with Reiki treatments.
Family members can also benefit from Reiki, as the emotional toll of hospice is heavy is draining.
Caregivers of Children & Seniors
Reiki training gives parents, families, and caregivers new tools they can use to bring enhanced levels of caring, calming, and pain relief to their families in any situation and at any distance.
This can be helpful when caring for children, teenagers, young adults, and even elderly parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles.
Caregivers are some of the most commonly overworked and stressed out populations. Reiki can be a great tool to use in order to help relax going into or coming out of a stressful shift or situation, and proactively address symptoms of burnout.
Especially in family care situations, self-care is often overlooked in favor of caring for everyone else. Consistent self Reiki can help with symptoms of anxiety and depression that caregivers often face.
Some of the benefits that you may experience from Reiki are that it:
Are you a caregiver, or in a caregiver profession? How has Reiki helped you? I would love to hear about it in the comments below!
Arielle is a best-selling author, holistic life coach and intuitive energy healer.