From having gone through tons of articles on the internet, and an e-mail conversation with a psychologist in Australia, it is becoming clear that the non-touch rule in therapy is beginning to be regarded as … well, wrong.

I'd like to know if any members have experienced holding therapy, or therapists who incorporate touch – and here I'm not referring to the odd hug at the end of therapy.

I'd also like to know if there are members who actually would like to see a therapist who does…

Touch / Physical Holding