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Cognitive And Mindfulness-Based Pain Care with Dr. Beverly E. Thorn, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Beverly E. Thorn, PhD Whether you are a practitioner or a patient interested in learning more about psychological informed care, you will benefit a lot from Dr. Beverly E. Thorn’s research which focuses on investigating the important components of cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain. Beverly

How Expectations Shape Pain with Dr. Mark Bishop, PT, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Mark Bishop, PT, PhD So many factors can cause and modify pain, not only physical but mental and emotional as well. Taking the psychological aspects of it, Dr. Mark Bishop tackles how expectations and biases influence the outcome for patients who have chronic pain. Dr. Bishop

The Art Of Self-Compassion In Pain Care with Dr. Kristin Neff, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Kristin Neff, PhD Self-compassion is a tool that you can use to improve your well-being, your self-confidence, and your resilience. It’s one that we need to pay a lot more attention to in the world of pain care. What’s interesting about self-compassion is that oftentimes it’s

Infusing Compassion And Empathy Into Pain Care with Roshi Joan Halifax

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Roshi Joan Halifax Tackling about an interesting topic that does not often receive enough attention in the world of chronic pain management, Roshi Joan Halifax talks about the intersection of compassion and empathy in chronic pain care. She is the founder and head teacher of the Upaya

The Best Science-Based Ways to Ease Stress and Reduce Pain

Imagine a car racing towards you as you cross the street. In that type of situation, stress protects you from potential injury. Fortunately, that kind of acute stress doesn’t happen often. More common are the chronic, everyday stressors that can impact your happiness and your pain levels. Researchers define stress as a state of real