Self-care practices, like seeing a chiropractor or massage therapist, are increasingly seen as important parts of maintaining overall health. The same can be said of mental health services offered by therapists and psychologists. Now, there’s a new form of therapy and self-care gaining traction: professional cuddlers. Professional cuddler Nellie Wilson specializes in human touch therapy and consent education. Wilson works with a company called Cuddlist, who believe that individuals don’t get enough human touch in their lives. Connecting Point’s Ross Lippman visited Wilson’s practice and found the art of the cuddle is more complicated than you might think.