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The Ethics of Touch: The Hands-on Practitioner's Guide to Creating a…

by Cherie M. Sohnen-Moe, Ben E Benjamin

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Authors directly address the difficult, confusing and seldom discussed but often troubling delimmas confronting touch therapy practitioners. This book honestly describes issues, identifies clear principles, names specific resources, and uses straight from the treatment room. Reflective exercises and questions make this a practical and useful tool.
  CenterPointMN | Jun 13, 2018 |
Authors directly address the difficult, confusing and seldom discussed but often troubling delimmas confronting touch therapy practitioners. This book honestly describes issues, identifies clear principles, names specific resources, and uses straight from the treatment room. Reflective exercises and questions make this a practical and useful tool.
  CenterPointMN | Jun 13, 2018 |
Authors directly address the difficult, confusing and seldom discussed but often troubling delimmas confronting touch therapy practitioners. This book honestly describes issues, identifies clear principles, names specific resources, and uses straight from the treatment room. Reflective exercises and questions make this a practical and useful tool.
  CenterPointMN | Jun 13, 2018 |
Authors directly address the difficult, confusing and seldom discussed but often troubling delimmas confronting touch therapy practitioners. This book honestly describes issues, identifies clear principles, names specific resources, and uses straight from the treatment room. Reflective exercises and questions make this a practical and useful tool.
  CenterPointMN | Jun 13, 2018 |
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This groundbreaking work on ethics addresses the difficult, confusing, and seldom-discussed but often-troubling dilemmas confronting touch therapy practitioners. By honestly describing the issues, identifying clear principles, naming specific resources, and using stories straight from the treatment room, the authors have written a book to guide, support, and inspire both students and seasoned practitioners. This book belongs in the office of every bodywork practitioner and in the classrooms of every professional training school. Features include useful and thought-provoking activities and exercises and real-life scenarios to intrigue students.

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