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PROFESSIONAL
TOUCH THERAPY INDUSTRY

Our work at Positive Peer Mentoring is non-erotic, non-sexual, and non-romantic. We do offer companionship. We also do touch coaching, teaching clients about touch and helping them become more familiar with spiritual and physical intimacy. Some clients have been socially isolated, yet others have had a history of trauma and touch phobia. I also work with couples.

We want TDCT also known as Touch Therapy to be accepted as a wellness modality since we provide experiences that are emotionally and physiologically beneficial. 

Many field touch therapists are friends working together to change the climate of intimacy and touch.

HOW WE SEE IT

Defining our role as professional Touch therapists can take time and effort. We don't think it's our job to solve our client's problems by giving them unsolicited advice. We also remain aware of our boundaries and communicate it with them. 

As professional touch therapists at Positive Peer Mentoring, it is part of our job to do these eight activities to the best of our abilities:

  1. CREATE A CONTAINER OF SAFETY FOR THE CLIENT THAT IS RELAXING, CALM, AND PEACEFUL.

    • We attempt to provide an oasis for our clients where they can lower their guard and chill out.

  2. SERVE AS A GUIDE THROUGH THE TOUCH THERAPY EXPERIENCE.

    • Whether the client chooses to lead the experience or asks that we help direct the knowledge, we are the person they can turn to with questions about their session. At PPM, we are your hired experts.

  3. STAY PRESENT TO THE CLIENT'S NEEDS AND KEEP SESSIONS CLIENT-FOCUSED.

    • We are careful not to make the conversation and experience "all about us." Good professional touch therapists are kind and humble that way.

  4. ENCOURAGE CLIENTS TO COMMUNICATE WHAT THEY WANT (AND DON'T WANT).

    • We give our clients lots of options so they can keep checking in with themselves. This way, they get better and better at communicating their needs.

      • We don't accidentally cause harm by crossing a boundary this way.

  5. BE AWARE OF OUR BOUNDARIES AND COMMUNICATE WITH THEM.

    • We learn how to assert our boundaries with our clients.

  6. OFFER COMFORT, COMPANIONSHIP, AND FRIENDSHIP WHILE ALSO BEING AWARE THAT WE ARE NOT A FRIEND AS IS TYPICALLY DEFINED.

    • If a friend decides they'd like to be our client, they need to know that the friendship will be different.

    • At Cuddle Sanctuary, they teach us that they do not socialize with their clients as we would with our friends.

    • We can be regular friends outside of the office, but in the office, we are professionals.

  7. CREATE A CLIMATE OF INTIMACY THAT ISN'T ROMANTIC OR SEXUAL.

    • It has been found that other touch therapists provide a romantic-feeling experience. In our practice, we make a clear line that we offer services that are non-romantic, nonsexual, and non-erotic.

    • Corinne (our mentor at PPM) has taken several courses and is certified in training.

  8. WE ARE MAINTAINING ALL PROFESSIONAL BOUNDARIES.

    • Professional boundaries keep us and our clients feeling safe. It is one of the most essential tools we must use to create memorable, beautiful experiences for our clients.

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If you are feeling any of the above, please think about booking a session. Not all of Miss RinRin's sessions are kink/fetish related. Several are therapeutic as well.

 

NOT in PA? No worries, she offers phone and video visits as well.


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When you have a Therapeutic Mentoring Session with Corinne Pulliam at Positive Peer Mentoring, she will:

  • Recognize her reactions to what the client is telling her.

  • Be non-judgmental and empathic.

  • Show a genuine interest in what the client is telling her.

  • Try to use the language of the client she is interacting with.

  • Validate what the client is telling her and show the client she is actively listening.

  • Find out what else is happening in the client's life (stress, relationship difficulties, etc.)

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