Coloring Narrative Therapy for Hospitalization Patients of Hospice Palliative Care Wards without Special Psychological Test: A Case Report

  • Soo Young Lee Cheongju Wonkwang Hyodo Hospital, Cheongju, Korea
Keywords: Approve of end-of-life, Coloring narrative therapy, Palliative care, Yeonmyeong cure


Art therapy would help end-of-life care who hospitalized in hospice palliative care wards. This case report aims to examine Yeonmyeong (Prolongation of life) cure or spontaneous healing and so on have developed over the last 3 years. The case report provides an analysis of palliative care through coloring narrative therapy from torture and injection of ill treatment. Significant developments include the following: (1) The older persons who have chronic terminal cancers realize their here and now. (2) The patients have terminally accepted their end of life. (3) Their families were greeting adieu with their palliative care clients. In Korea, Yeonmyeong cure is approved by modern society patients and their families. Therefore, medical palliative care groups are thinking more well-being healing method for human being.

Author Biography

Soo Young Lee, Cheongju Wonkwang Hyodo Hospital, Cheongju, Korea

Art Psychological Consultant, 


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