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Sources And Additional Resources


Reclaiming-Healthy-Touch Sources and ResourcesA continuation from the beginning introduction page of my term paper.

For the Introduction, please see
Reclaiming Healthy Touch Introduction.

For more of my story,
Hope and Possibility Through Trauma.

Continued from
Reclaiming Healthy Touch In My Life

 

 

Sections Of Reclaiming Healthy Touch

  1. Introduction
  2. Why Reclaiming Healthy Touch Matters
  3. How Does Trauma Affect The Brain
  4. Evidence Of Trauma In The Body
  5. Special Considerations Reclaiming Healthy Touch
  6. Full Body Massage And Trauma Survivors
  7. Other Forms Of Body Work Helpful To Trauma Survivors
  8. Reclaiming Healthy Touch In My Life
  9. Sources And Additional Resources

 

 

Sources

Please note that some of these sources cited no longer exist on the internet.  The URL’s have changed or are not longer available.

Sources Cited:

1.  National Domestic Violence Hotline – National Statistics

2.  Beyond Surviving -A Safety Program toward a movement to prevent child sexual abuse © MS Foundation for Women, Gillian Murphy.  Pg 3

3.  Answers to Your Most Frequently Asked Questions about PTSD – www.4therapy.com

4.  Compassionate Touch (Pg 34)  Dr. Clyde W. Ford    North Atlantic Books © 1993, 1999

5.  Compassionate Touch (Pg 11)  Dr. Clyde W. Ford    North Atlantic Books © 1993, 1999

6.  Compassionate Touch (Pg 22) Dr. Clyde W. Ford    North Atlantic Books © 1993, 1999

7.  Compassionate Touch (Pg 18) Dr. Clyde W. Ford    North Atlantic Books © 1993, 1999

8.  University Of Washingtion Medical School (Webpage)  Jean Schuna, MiT, LMP  Massage and Bodywork with Survivors of Torture

9.  The Hakomi Institute (Webpage) – www.hakomiinstitute.com/

10.  Compassionate Touch (Pg 43) Dr. Clyde W. Ford    North Atlantic Books © 1993, 1999

11.  Touch Research Institute University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, FL., Dr Tiffany Field, PhD.
Study: Effects of sexual abuse are lessened by massage therapy

 

 

Additional Resources

Please note that some of these sources cited no longer exist on the internet.  The URL’s have changed or are not longer available.

  • In Terror’s Grip:  Healing the Ravages of Trauma Bessel A. Van Der Kolk, M.D.
  • Compassionate Touch – Dr. Clyde W. Ford.  North Atlantic Books © 1993, 1999
  • Mere China Medicine – Scientists study effects of acupuncture on brain activity
  • University Of Washingtion Medical School – Jean Schuna, MiT, LMP – Massage and Bodywork with Survivors of Torture
  • The Hakomi Institute – www.hakomiinstitute.com/
  • The Radix Institute – http://www.radix.org
  • Rosen Method Bodywork – www.rosenmethod.ca
  • Thought Field Therapy – Callahan Techniques   www.rogercallahan.com/
  • Reiki – www.reiki.org
  • Touch Research Institute – www.miami.edu/touch-research/
  • Male Survivor.org – www.malesurvivor.org/
  • Unified Therapy With Dr. Paul Canali – www.evolutionaryhealinginstitute.com
  • Hope And Possibility Through Trauma by Don Shetterly

 

 

 


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