The Power of Touch

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Hay House, Nov 1, 1990 - Psychology - 206 pages
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Discusses touch as a form of communication on the most basic level, examines the role of touch in infant health, sexual satisfaction, and general well-being, and explores how touch can improve relationships and help heal the body

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Contents

O The Loving Touch
1
O The Sense of Touch
17
O The Need for Touch in Infancy
29
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Davis is a licensed professional counselor in private practice and a communications consultant. She holds a B.S. in speech communications an interdisciplinary M.A. in counseling, psychology, and interpersonal communication.

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