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TT

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.

TT

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Trinidadian and Tobagonian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Trinidad and Tobago. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Trinidad and Tobago. Each of the country's subdivisions has its own code with the prefix "TT." For example, the code for the Borough of Arima is ISO 3166-2:TT-ARI.
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Therapeutic Touch emerged within nursing science and practice, and along with other "holistic" modalities, has been framed within nursing's SUHB (Krieger, 1981; Quinn, 1984; Rogers, 1986).
Therapeutic touch, which patients can request in the same way they might choose chicken for lunch, has also been successful.
That included the couples room, which was always booked, and a steam room, which Therapeutic Touch did not have.
The quality of the therapeutic touch for treatment of the fluid system of the body is "fluid specific." Manual bioregulatory methodologies may engage the flow of the circulating extracellular fluids, including arterial and venous blood, lymph, and cerebrospinal fluid.
In particular, Dossey's book Healing Words: The Power of Prayer and the Practice of Medicine (1995); Braud's (1994) article "Empirical Explorations of Prayer, Distant Healing, and Remote Mental Influence"; and Targ and Katra's (1999) book Miracles of Mind: Exploring Nonlocal Consciousness and Spiritual Healing address significant mind-body experiments and positive distant influences through use of Therapeutic Touch and prayer.
Explore as a professional how touch has affected your own life and how this may affect your willingness to discuss or recommend therapeutic touch with your clients.
Christoper's, Burlington, trained as a nurse before learning Therapeutic Touch (TT), a "contemporary interpretation of several ancient healing practices" that promotes the natural healing process, according to the Therapeutic Touch Network of Ontario.
comments: "This power, however, did not come supernaturally from beyond but from within the very flesh and blood of Jesus, that is, from his own personal, spiritual energy as it called forth her own immanent divinely-inspired healing energies," energies that can also be called forth through therapeutic touch, acupuncture, and other forms of energy medicine (72).
Filled with insightful, practical, and easy-to-understand information, this encyclopedia examines the history and modern uses of such alternative therapies as acupressure, healing touch, reiki, reflexology, the Tellington Method, therapeutic touch, and many others.
Another example would be Energy Therapies with practices such as Therapeutic Touch, Reiki, Healing Touch (biofield), and electric, magnet and light therapies (bioelectromagnetic).
From the outset, it is explicitly stated that therapeutic touch is used to support the work.
"Our kids often don't get that therapeutic touch," Mr.

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