NeuroAffective Touch® can be appropriate for individuals of all ages, from infants to seniors, but the specific techniques and approaches may vary depending on the age and developmental stage of the client.
NeuroAffective Touch® specifically focuses on the relationship between touch and the nervous system, while other types of bodywork may have different goals or approaches.
You can search for certified NeuroAffective Touch® therapists online or ask for a referral from a healthcare provider.
Only certified NeuroAffective Touch® therapists can provide this type of therapy.
NeuroAffective Touch® may be covered by some insurance plans, depending on the specific policy and the therapist's qualifications.
Yes, NeuroAffective Touch® can be combined with other forms of therapy to enhance overall treatment outcomes.
No, NeuroAffective Touch® can be beneficial for anyone who wants to improve their overall physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.