Book Review of The Ethics of Touch

AMTA - California Chapter Newsletter
Spring 2003
by Lucy Wojskowicz, Chapter Office Administrator

The Ethics of Touch addresses ethical principles and boundaries in the areas of communication, intimacy, touch and supervision. Written in textbook format, this book provides the reader with worksheets for self-test along with discussion questions and activities. Short scenarios help the reader understand and relate to real life ethical dilemmas. Explanations and detailed definitions provide practitioners with the tools necessary to develop useful guidelines in their own practice. Very detail oriented and thorough, a book Ethics teachers will want to put on their syllabus.

Return to Review Index. . .

Copyright © 2001-2018 Sohnen-Moe Associates, Inc