Helping people cope with life and trauma

“I have always volunteered; often the victims of terrorism or cancer survivors were not in a position to pay.”

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June 1, 2018 11:33
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 RICKY BEN-SHIMOL

RICKY BEN-SHIMOL. (photo credit: GLORIA DEUTSCH)

 
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Ricky Ben-Shimol works with women who have undergone the most traumatic experiences, such as cancer survivors, victims of incest and violation, and survivors of terrorist attacks. She uses a combination of medical massage, rehabilitative touch therapy and group workshops teaching mind-body techniques for stress reduction and pain relief.

She mastered the life-saving techniques she uses today through the study of ergonomics, which she practiced for many years before developing touch therapy.

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