The Lost Language of Touch | Mind Health Webinar

Touch is the first and last transaction in life. It is the most human of all transactions. Giving touch is as important to us as receiving it. Whatever happened to our innate human ability to touch and feel at ease with both giving and receiving touch?

How do we reclaim the lost language of touch?

In this Mind Health webinar, lifetime bodyworker and psychotherapist Gerry Pyves shares his thoughts on the language of touch and how we can reclaim the basic human right of giving and receiving it.

Video of this webinar is also available on RumbleGettr, and Facebook.

About Gerry Pyves

  • Gerry Pyves is a member of the WCH Mind Health Committee and has been in full-time clinical practice for 38 years as both a Massage Therapist and a Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist.
  • He is a registered Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist in New Zealand and the United Kingdom endorsed by the governing bodies for Transactional Analysis worldwide to both teach and supervise Psychotherapists.

“As a neuropsychologist and therapist, I was impressed with the clarity in which Gerry communicates the complexity of the neuroscience of trauma. As a fellow human being, I was repeatedly comforted by his profound empathic understanding of what ultimately binds all humanity at our deepest level.”
– Dr Anna Reynolds, Clinical Psychologist and Neuropsychologist

You can learn more about Gerry Pyves through his website.

The WCH Mind Health Committee hosts free webinars every month. To view them all, click here.

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