A Positive Solution to Pain
" Pain is real but so is hope..."
If you are reading this then you no doubt already know from experience that chronic pain or repeated bouts of acute pain, such as migraines can have a major impact on many areas of your life.
Watch the video to find out more information about The Positive Solution to Pain programme approach and how it may help you.
WHO IS THIS PROGRAMME FOR?
This programme is suitable for anyone who is suffering from any sort of pain, such as back pain or other joint pain, arthritis, ME, Fibromyalgia, digestive disorders, headaches, autoimmune conditions and more.
We are in the grips of a chronic pain epidemic with recent studies showing backache accounting for 1 in 10 of GP visits. The evidence continues to grow on chronic pain not being about injury or disease, but more about a malfunctioning pain system, that is being constantly triggered by what should be harmless day to day thoughts, beliefs and behaviours.
The initial pain may have started from physical injury, but the emotional impact of that trauma, or past emotional upset, stress and PTSD are all now being recognised as major contributors to this problem.
Unfortunately it is still rare for someone to seek emotional support to address their pain. Hence a large number of my clients that present with emotional issues are often surprised and relieved to learn of the connection, and to experience relief from their painful symptoms.
It is for this reason this programme focuses on not just understanding the science behind chronic pain, and how and why your system continues to malfunction, but on the emotional wellbeing skills that will be your key to addressing and preventing the pain.
The programme includes techniques from;
Relaxation and breathe work
with the option of hypnosis
A Positive Solution to Pain is available for individuals as a bespoke one to one programme, as an 8 session a group course at a number of venues, or as an online programme.
Please contact me to book a complimentary call or session to ensure your suitability.
Workshops, courses and one to one services are available to both inform and support your staff to address and prevent the effect pain can have on the wellbeing and performance of your staff
Licensed online use is also available.