Making Sense of Pain Ebook

£9.09

This eBook is crafted to demystify the complexities of chronic pain and how you can use psychology to better manage or eliminate it.

Description

This eBook is crafted to demystify the complexities of chronic pain and how you can use psychology to better manage or eliminate it. It’s not just about the ‘what’ and ‘why’ but also the ‘how’ – how you can shift from a state of suffering to one of active, informed living.  Packed with information and exercises, this workbook is intended to help you find a pathway to recovery, either on your own or in conjunction with professional support.

This ebook aligns with the layers of therapy in pain management. Which includes…

  1. Creating a Safe Space: The book begins by establishing a foundation of trust and validation, crucial for any therapeutic journey.  We will show you our experience and share our specialist knowledge about the new models of pain understanding.
  2. Skill and Resource Development: It then progresses into helping you develop skills and tools for physical and emotional coping, equipping you with practical methods to manage pain.
  3. Biopsychosocial Formulation: The third layer delves into how you can gain a personalised understanding of your pain, considering the intricate interplay of biological, psychological, and social factors.
  4. Individual Therapy Work: Lastly, the book addresses the role of deeper, individual therapeutic work, with worksheets that allow you to focus on specific personal challenges and strategies for managing them.