Therapists, Feldenkrais practitioners, etc
About the training
From pain management to recovery:
Practical neuroplasticity and the emerging mind-body revolution in chronic pain treatment
A potent neuroplasticity and psychotherapy treatment approach, this biopsychosocial innovation in treatment has helped thousands to become pain-free or substantially recovered from diverse chronic pain conditions.
A number of recent studies (references below) have demonstrated the efficacy of this approach which has been developed by Schubiner and Greenham, along with a variety of colleagues over the last two decades. It is a mind-body treatment that includes elements of Dr. Sarno’s approach, Pain Neuroscience education, Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT), Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy (EAET). Data gained thus far has shown a superior effect size to existing gold standard psychological treatments and in clinical practice this approach is frequently able to resolve not just manage pain presentations.
What you get :
- 5 days in person training with Howard Schubiner
- A copy of the updated 4th edition of “Unlearn your pain”
- Documents and videos covered in the course
- Access to virtual version of the course filmed over the 5 days
Practice Update – Pain Reprocessing Therapy vs Placebo and Usual Care for Chronic Back Pain
The Harvard Backpain study
Neural Pathway Pain – A Call for More Accurate Diagnoses
The Boulder Backpain study
Dr. Schubiner is known as a national expert in ADHD in adolescents and adults as well as mindfulness meditation and stress reduction. He was included in the 2003-2004, 2005-2006 and 2007-2008 lists of the Best Doctors in America. He has authored over 60 publications in scientific journals and books and performed research in the fields of adolescent health, ADHD and stress reduction. He is the founder and director of the Mind Body Medicine Program at Providence Hospital. This program uses the most current research methodologies to treat individuals who suffer from the Mind Body Syndrome (MBS) or Tension Myositis Syndrome (TMS).
- Online Trainings