Evidence Based Psychological Skills for Persistent Pain (6 weeks)
Thousands of individuals experience persistent or chronic pain and it can have a significant impact on quality of life and well-being. This group treatment provides evidence based skills for managing pain so that it interferes less with doing the things that matter most to you. Using psychological skills doesn’t mean the pain is “all in your head”. Simply that research shows psychological aspects impact almost every type of physical illness, disease or condition. Participants will learn practical, applicable skills for managing pain based on the latest evidence.
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We also recommend you to purchase Dr. Dayna Lee-Baggley’s book called “Healthy Habits Suck” as a great evidence-based self-help book.
Salad instead of steak? Working out? Skipping that second beer or glass of wine? Healthy habits are THE WORST.
If you’re someone who gets up every morning and can’t wait for your run, considers eating sweet potatoes a splurge, and sets aside thirty minutes before work to meditate—this book isn’t for you. If you’re someone who thinks about getting up to go for a run but goes back to sleep, regrets last night’s dinner of fast food, and can barely get to work on time—let alone meditate—then this book will help you find the motivation you’ve been looking for to live your healthiest life, even when you don’t want to.