Dr Dale Glaebach joins the Touch Movement

Recipes that Cure Touch Hunger – Free E-book

Touch Is Great National Launch September 15, 2007

                                                    

Dr. Dale Glaebach is one of the first clinical evolutionary psychotherapists in the United States. A graduate of Norwich University, Vermont, his primary focus is to decipher the meaning of optimal child development. After seeing an In Touch newsletter, distributed by Versandra Kennebrew founder of the Touch Is Great movement, he wanted to know how he could help advance the Touch is Great mission to eradicate touch deprivation in America.“I immediately shared an idea about an e-book with Dr. Dale. I was looking for a tool that could reach people of various backgrounds and help them break through the numbness and begin to feel,” said Kennebrew. “Recipes that Cure Touch Deprivation”, co-authored by the dynamic duo Versandra Kennebrew and Dr. Dale Glaebach is that book. It’s an easy read but it assists the readers in understanding the physiologic and psychological affects of touch or the lack there of and it speaks to the fond memories of comforting or nurturing touch as a child.

The highlight of the Touch Is Great campaign may very well be the national launch, which will take place September 15, 2007 from 10am – 5pm at the Dakota Building in Ann Arbor Mi. With the assistance of event sponsors, Mind Body & Soul Magazine and Mind Body and Spirit Academe, families will come together to form the worlds largest hug at 9am. Throughout the day, they will also receive FREE chair massages and a variety of interactive workshops for children, couples and the elderly. The cost to the public is only $5 in advance or $10 the day of the event. Children under 5 and seniors over 62 get in Free. Limited vendor space is still available.  

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