FELIPE 15, kAIO, 14, Breendon 13….

cada um tem uma história para contar:

Felipe está estudando, tem vários amigos atualmente (porque na infância fizemos um trabalho para ele se sentir melhor E com técnicas para se sentir mais forte diante das brincadeiras chatos de alguns meninos …a causa de seu cotovelo que era bem mais deformado ….muitas hemorragias e pouca fisioterapia 10 anos atrás!)….hoje menino de olhos verdes, simpático e sapeca…ele nos mostrou seu braço mais forte com músculos e o cotovelo menos inchado… também está super feliz de uma cirurgia que fez meses atrás com Dr Adriano Almeida ortopedista do Centro de Hemofilia …. muita fisioterapia passando pelo Chsep também com a escelente Dra Lucíola Nunes….CONQUISTAS!

Kaio, estudando também, ajuda o pai no escritório porque já quer saber como que é trabalhar! preocupadíssimo com também um seu cotovelo direito que tinha uma massa muscular inchada perto da articulação…o adolescente sempre está preocupado com sua aparença física..ele disse que foi chamado de ” senhor Calombo”! Fazendo fisioterapia com a Dra Lucíola…recuperou a confiança e se esforça para fazer seus excercícios: mostrou para mim e os meninos a DIFERENÇA para melhor do seu cotovelo!

Breendon, estuda…sempre foi um ótimo aluno! entrando na adolescência percebemos que estava ficando acima do peso…mais excercícios (voltou a NATAÇÃO E ACOMPANHA COM NUTRICIONISTA para regular a ansiedade e perder uns quilinhos!) BOAS INICIATIVAS 🙂

My work with adolescents is to gather them in a similar phase and share the good and annoying moments of growing, of being more responsible about their choices…

physiotherapy for Felipe, Kaio and Breendon was a essential topic to experiment and understand more the importance of PRACTISING on their own…the results are now perceived by them: Kaio was very upset about his deformity in the right elbow and we talked about how he was feeling bad..because some collegues were bullying him , calling him names etc…so , we got to the conclusion that :

-ignoring the guys was the best thing right now

-starting to consult Dr Luciola, a collegue friend, who told him that with physiotherapy treatment his elbow would get very much better!! HE AGREED, DECIDED, WENT, PRACTISED AND REALIZED THE efficiency of taking in his hands his body….

About frederica cassis

My name is Frederica Dillen CASSIS, born of a Belgium mother and an Egyptian father, on the 3rd of January 1966 in Brussels, Belgium. I´ve travelled a lot, lived in many countries. Brazil is my seventh country and i live in Sao Paulo for 19 years now. Graduated in Clinical Psychology in 1991, I specialized in Junguian Psychology and in Hemophilia since then. LATEST PROJECTS: 1) Launching IN-HEMOACTION flash cards, where I added new topics like Inhibitors and their different treatments, physiotherapy and a some playful activities like video games! 2) HERO (Hemophilia Experiences Results and Opportunities) sponsored by Novo Nordisk since 2009, exploring through qualitative and quantitative analysis the psychosocial issues involving People with hemophilia, their carers and the health professionals in the treatment process. check this project in my blog www.blood4.wordpress.com Now, HERO is in Brazil! soon the results will be available. 2) P-TET (Pediatric Thrombosis Educational Tool) flash cards in evolution stage, for kids on anti-coagulant treatment...inspired on IN-HEMOACTION flashcards success. 3) I am a co-author along with psychologist Irene Fuchs and Edward Kuebler of a booklet called "Communication, love and sexuality for people with hemophilia, carriers and family" 4) an on going process of a systematic review for the Cochrane Collaboration about "psychological interventions for people with hemophilia and their families" On a more personal level i have 3 three great not anymore children :) Danaê 24, Rubi 18 and Iggy 15) and i love to jogg, dance and read. To walk and look for shells on a beach too and I discover that i love deserts...:)

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