- Author:Pauline Rose Clance,Suzanne Imes,Edward W. L. Smith
- Publisher:The Guilford Press; 1 edition (February 15, 2001)
- Pages:248 pages
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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Touch in Psychotherapy sheds a bright light on a crucially important.
ISBN-13: 978-1572306622. In Touch in Psychotherapy, old pros provide timeless wisdom about a previously perplexing topic. -Jeffrey K. Zeig, PhD, Director, The Milton Erickson Foundation. Touch in Psychotherapy sheds a bright light on a crucially important dynamic in therapy, that of touch. An honest discourse on this subject is many years overdue and this book is it.
Smith, A Taxonomy and Ethics of Touch in Psychotherapy. Bar-Levav, A Rationale for Physical Touching in Psychotherapy.
The book starts with an introductory paper by Edward Smith on traditions of ltouch in psychotherapy.
It is a very welcome contribution to a field in which many people are concerned about whether or not to touch clients, while often feeIing nervous to ask about the advantages and disadvantages of touch or receiving answers which hey find partial or unsatisfactory. The book starts with an introductory paper by Edward Smith on traditions of ltouch in psychotherapy.
Smith, Pauline Rose Ciance, and Suzanne lmes. With this statement serving as an introduction to the subject, the authors proceed to describe their purpose in producing this work - "In the present volume, we have sought to begin to lift the cloak of misinformation about touch in psychotherapy.