Tips for reflexologists.
Have you ever observed how clients can become emotional during or after a reflexology?
If your answer to this question is yes I am sure you will agree with me when I say that it is important to have the necessary knowledge and skills to treat emotional issues that can arise during a reflexology session.
Our code of ethics highlights that we as reflexologists, make wholistic evaluations (No3; 2010) considering the spiritual, psychological as well as the physical causes of ill health. This makes us different from other therapists like psychiatry or psychology, which are more unilateral in their approach and there is still a stigma attached to attending these therapists. (www.seechange.ie) whereas reflexology is seen as non-invasive and non-threatening.
I work in the granary therapy centre which I share with several psychotherapists and they smile when they see me making the herbal tea. Making tea is not…
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