Holding Space explores the dynamics of therapeutic relationships from the perspective of manual therapy. It is intended to be a meta-ethical study asking questions such as what is a client, what is a therapist, and what qualities compose an effective therapeutic relationship. This book can be read on its own for any interested in a deeper exploration of what it takes to give and receive care. It can also be read as a continuing education course in Ethics, approved for 3 hours by the NCBTMB. Simply follow the directions in the course packet, complete the multiple choice exam, and submit a written essay in response the final prompt for review.