Therapeutic Touch: A Practical Guide

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Knopf, 1988 - Health & Fitness - 91 pages
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A comprehensive instruction guide to the gentle, powerful, non-invasive healing technique being used increasingly both inside and outside the medical profession. Available to anyone searching to help others in pain.

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Healing by physical contact has been part of medical practice throughout history. Macrae, a registered nurse who has instructed health professionals and laypersons in the art of therapeutic touch ... Read full review

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About the author (1988)

Janet Macrae, PhD, RN, is an adjunct faculty member in the Advanced Practice Holistic Nursing Program at New York University, and also maintains a private nursing practice specializing in therapeutic touch. She has taught over 350 Therapeutic Touch workshops nationwide and is the author of "Therapeutic Touch: A Practical Guide "(Alfred Knopf, 1987). She co-edited "Suggestions for Thought" by Florence Nightingale (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994) and lectures extensively on Nightingale's spiritual philosophy and its significance for modern health care.

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