TOOLS

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Healing from burnout requires using a wide spectrum of tools. Some are intuitive things to do, some need a little learning and some are therapies that it might be beneficial to undergo.

The following is an alphabetic list of selected topics, therapies and activities which can be useful to you on your recovery road from burnout. Simply "Find what feels good" (thank you Adriene Mishler for this wise motto) and look it up on the Internet or elsewhere. Do you need more explanation and support? Ask for burnout healing mentoring.

You probably know other tools too. Feel free to e-mail us your favourite choices on info@onlineburnoutclinic.com so we can continue extending the list. 

A

Affirmations

Alcoholics Anonymous

Animals

Aromatherapy

Art therapy

Astrology 

Ayurveda

B

Barefoot walking

Biogeometry

Boundaries

Breathwork

C

Codependency, healing from

Codependents Anonymous

Chakras

Craniosacral therapy

Cold therapy

D

Dance

Dietary supplements

Digital detox

E

Energy clearing

Earthing

Essential oils

Eurythmics

Exercise

Eye exercises

F

Family constellations

Fire

G

Gardening

Grounding

Gut health

H

Herbs

Hiking

Ho'oponopono

Hobbies

Homeopathy

Hydrocolon therapy 

I

J

Journalling

K

Kidney health

Konmarie method

L

Light therapy

Liver health

M

Massages

Meditation

Meridians

Microwave radiation, reduction of exposure

Mindfulness

Minerals

Mountains

Music

N

Nature

Nutrition

O

Overeaters anonymous

Outdoor activities

P

Pets

Plants

Polyvagal theory

Q

Qigong

R

Reflexology 

Reiki

Relaxation techniques

Rolfing

S

Salamander exercises

Salt baths

Sauna, steam baths, sweat lodge

Sea

Shiatsu

Singing

Socialising

Somatic experiencing

Sound therapy

Spiritual response therapy

Spirituality

Sports

Sundo

T

Taiji

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Therapeutic crying

Twelve-step programmes

U

V

Veganism

Vegetarianism

Vitamins

W

Walking

Wellness treatments

X

Y

Yoga

Z