Noetic therapy | definition of noetic therapy by Medical dictionary
A generic term for a non-drug, non-device intervention in a medical condition—e.g., stress relaxation, imagery, touch therapy, and prayer
noetic therapy (nō-ĕt′ĭk) [Gr. noetikos, intelligent]
Any therapy based on deeply held belief systems, prayer, or spirituality rather than on tangible or visible interventions, e.g., the use of drugs, radiation, or surgery.
noetic therapy Healing procedures not mediated by any tangible element such as drugs, surgery or manipulation. They include music therapy, laying on of hands, the formation of images and prayer.