It's total anguish. Every cell in your body is screaming you want to be hugged. It's natural of course . . . it's how we have healed ourselves over the millennium. Then why are many modern day healers resistive to the idea?
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“Hugs in Therapy” Podcast
In this recent teleseminar Dr. Carole & I addressed a MyShrink Member’s question concerning touch in psychotherapy.
Dr. Carole relates an awesome strategy you can try with your therapist . . .
“Clients” Speak Up
I received this question a while back and I thought it pretty much described the anguish folks struggle with in their therapy around the question of touch. I thought I’d include it here.
hi, i would like to know ur opinion of holding in therapy. Im struggling with this every day. i have a hell of a time with it. my therapist wouldn’t hold me, wanna know if its really not good
thank u very much
Great question ABC. The short answer is that it depends on the therapist’s comfort level with touch. I’ve held clients and they have found it to be very beneficial.
Well she’s definately comfortable with touch cuz she does hug me every time b4 I leave but she wouldn’t budge with this and I’ve been begging her and begging her and this is causing me so much pain….
She claims that therapist don’t hold their clients – BS!
Cuz i know some do – here u go… u do.