This groundbreaking work on ethics directly addresses the difficult and confusing dilemmas confronting touch therapy practitioners. It is written to guide, support and inspire both students and seasoned practitioners.
The Ethics of Touch Teacher's Manual is available to qualified schools and teachers. Visit the Teacher's Corner for more information and to sign up.
See the second edition highlights for detailed changes and sample chapters.
In the new edition you will find the core of The Ethics of Touch as present and valid as ever, with these exciting additions and updates:
|29-May-2016||Today is a great day!|
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|14-Sep-2015||The List of Schools that require or recommend The Ethics of Touch is updated. Over 240 schools now require the book as a course text.|
|30-Jul-2014||Read the recent reviews of the second edition in the Reviews section:
|1-May-2014||The Ethics of Touch, 2nd ed, Home-Study Modules for all 11 chapters are available.|
|7 Apr-2014||A limited edition offering of The Ethics of Touch book is available that is signed by the authors Ben E. Benjamin, PhD, and Cherie Sohnen-Moe.|
|31-Mar-2014||The Ethics of Touch is listed on the top 12 reference texts for the the FSMTB’s MBLEx, and on the top 24 reference texts for NCBTMB’s NCETM.|
|4-Jan-2013||The Teacher's Library has been updated for the 2nd edition of The Ethics of Touch including new versions of the Lesson Plan Builders, Presentation Slides, and the Test Bank.|
|14-Jun-2004||A new section, Ethics Discussion Scenarios, is added to the Teacher's Corner.|
|15-Apr-2004||A new section, Codes of Ethics, is has been added to the site. A variety of Codes are presented from the somatic professions.|
|2-Sep-2003||Take a look at the new Authors' Biographies section. Besides the two main authors a number of individuals contributed significantly to the book.|
|28-Aug-2003||The Ethics of Touch, 1st ed, Home-Study Series, for all chapters are available.|
The Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals
(ABMP) demonstrates its commitment to the industry! ABMP feels strongly enough about
the importance of sound ethical conduct that they are providing a copy of
The Ethics of Touch book to their most senior Certified level members
and to each accredited massage training institution in the United States.
Copies of the book were mailed today.