The Ethics of Touch has great information for both seasoned and new practitioners. It covers a wide range of topics on the basics of ethics (principles, boundaries, intimacy, communication, practice management and business ethics) as well as supervision and working with cases of trauma. I liked the scenarios presented, cross referencing of material in the margins and the clear and practical application of topics for a real-life practice. The reader who chooses to engage in the questions and exercises will acquire a much clearer knowledge of one's self and values as well as developing or fine-tuning the practical aspects of ethics. The authors offer continuing education credits for each of the chapters.