Reversing Chronic Pain (Large Print)
A 10-Point All-Natural Plan for Lasting Relief
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About the Book
Reversing Chronic Pain offers a dynamic framework for joining body and mind to speed the healing of traumatic pain from the body level up. Each chapter presents a body-centered skill set that can be mastered through a broad menu of practice exercises. The resulting interlinked somatic building blocks help readers shift from physical pain to body awareness, and from unstoppable suffering to heartfelt connection and peace. Building on the AIDS cocktail approach that reflects the fact that chronic pain is complex and no one tactic is likely to solve the problem, renowned expert Maggie Phillips presents a 10-1 pain plan comprised of easy strategies based on somatic experience. Even if the reader's pain is perceived as a ''10'' at the onset of the program, with 10 being intolerable, the somatic building blocks help shift the pain one point at a time until it gradually diminishes to ''1'' or even ''zero.'' Showing how the common professional interventions-medication, physical therapy, acupuncture, biofeedback-may be more harmful than healing, Reversing Chronic Pain stresses self-treatment throughout, involving sufferers in attaining lives not simply endured but actively enjoyed.
About the Author
A licensed psychologist with 30 years of experience in clinical practice, Maggie Phillips leads workshops, online seminars, and teleclasses nationally and internationally on chronic pain, hypnosis, Somatic Experiencing, stress disorders, the treatment of trauma, and uses of energy psychology and other approaches in mindbody healing. In her private practice, Dr. Phillips specializes in the treatment of complex chronic emotional and physical pain, and posttraumatic and dissociative stress conditions. Phillips is the author of two previous books in addition to numerous articles and book chapters, She has been honored with the Cornelia Wilbur award from the International Society for the Study of Dissociation (ISSD) for her contributions to the field of trauma and dissociation, the Crasilneck award for excellence in writing and the President's Award from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, and is contributing editor for the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. Dr. Phillips frequently presents at conferences around the world. She has been awarded Fellow status in both the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) and in the International Society for the Study of Dissociation (ISSD).
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