Dr. Aelbrecht

Dr. Peter Aelbrecht himself fell victim to a serious burn-out in 1999 due to a practice that was too busy. When he went looking for a solution, he discovered that there were few good therapeutic models for tackling energy problems such as CFS, fibromyalgia, burn-out and depression. He went on a search and followed various training courses in Belgium and abroad in order ultimately to develop a new therapeutic model. In this model, the patient him/herself comes first (and not the complaint). The treatment proceeds from a holistic point of view because, in addition to physical factors, psychological and emotional imbalances also always play an important part in the development of disease processes.

Dr. Aelbrecht is the author of the bestseller: “power up: Wake Up, Energise and Wave Goodbye to fatigue”

Dr. Aelbrecht

Dr. Peter Aelbrecht himself fell victim to a serious burn-out in 1999 due to a practice that was too busy. When he went looking for a solution, he discovered that there were few good therapeutic models for tackling energy problems such as CFS, fibromyalgia, burn-out and depression. He went on a search and followed various training courses in Belgium and abroad in order ultimately to develop a new therapeutic model. In this model, the patient him/herself comes first (and not the complaint). The treatment proceeds from a holistic point of view because, in addition to physical factors, psychological and emotional imbalances also always play an important part in the development of disease processes.

Dr. Aelbrecht is the author of the bestseller: “power up: Wake Up, Energise and Wave Goodbye to fatigue”

“I noticed throughout the years that outpatient treatment was not enough of a solution for a growing number of patients and that sometimes, residential treatment is necessary to better help these people. In my search for places to refer my patients, I found not a single residential centre that offered a treatment that fit with my holistic vision and multidisciplinary approach. Apparently there were also no specific rehabilitation treatments with detoxification for people recovering from cancer.

For fifteen years now, I have been planning to start a residential treatment centre for people who have serious, chronic quality of life issues. It was my wish to locate this centre in a unique location (in the middle of nature and in an energetically beneficial place) where people could feel at home and be received with an open mind, from the point of view that the body, the mind and the soul are one. Over the last ten years, I’ve spent my holidays looking for the best spot for residential treatment. I have been working on perfecting residential treatment plans and have surrounded myself with an experienced, multidisciplinary team of medical professionals, paramedical carers and therapists with complimentary skills. This is how the Marnes resort came to be.” — Dr. Peter Aelbrecht