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Published on Nov 4, 2010
Touch in therapy is perhaps one of the biggest topics for ethics and protocol in psychotherapy. The traditional line in the field is "any touch is a violation, and can lead to sex or lawsuits." This is simply not true. There is a time to use touch, when it is useful and clinically appropriate. This can range from a hug, to handhake, to holding a client while they cry. This video (the first of two parts on this topic) explores these issues and more.