ReAttach and paramedical care

About ReAttach 

ReAttach is a multimodal and short-term intervention aimed at removing barriers to growth, optimising development and activating new skills.

The therapist regulates the arousal and emotion and while there remains joint attention, sensory integration processing gets activated and connectivity in the brain improves. Under these optimal circumstances, thought assignments are given that focus on the client’s request for help.

The effects of ReAttach 

  • Improvement of stress- and emotional control
  • Reduction of fatigue
  • Obtaining self-control related to chronical pain
  • Improvement of motor skills / motor control
  • Reduction of anxiety
  • Improvement of planning and organization
  • Improvement of spontaneous speech
  • Taking personal responsibility / achieving active coping
  • Improvement of social interactions

As a multimodal intervention, ReAttach can be used for ALL disciplines  within the own professional treatment.

Orthopaedopaedic teachers, psychologists, psychiatrists and youth care professionals have started using the method as an additional tool in their professional toolbox.                The low threshold for the client makes ReAttach a great addition to colleagues in caring for people with intellectual disabilities.

The (para)medics also apply ReAttach for people with

Central Neurological Problems
Post Stroke Disorders
Post Concussion Syndrome
Whiplash Associated Disorder
Oncological problems
(Psycho)geriatric problems
Psychosomatic problems
Functional Neurological Disorder

Post Concussion Syndrome – ReAttach and Mirror therapy

ReAttach and Mirror Therapy – Sensorimotor problems after concussion

Research and publications