A New Dual Focus Program
This year, we’re offering training programs for two audiences:
Professionals will have an opportunity to complete comprehensive training on diagnosis and assessment, methods to reach even the most severely limited pain client, and ways to build individualized protocols that will guarantee success. And we also want to encourage partnerships between therapists and their clients who suffer from chronic pain.
People in pain can learn ways to empower themselves to achieve reliable results with a variety of tools that really work for them, both on their own and in partnership with therapists and other professionals.
Our 2019 Schedule
Our twofold plan is to offer six monthly modules in 2019:
- Four of the six modules will be for professionals in March, April, September/October and November/December
- Two will be for individuals struggling with various types of pain in May and November
Ideally, professionals will receive intensive training first and have the opportunity to refer clients for the client modules. Clients will pay a lower rate and receive two self-paced programs as soon as they register so that they don’t have to wait as long to get started.
For this group, we will plan a consultation component so that access to me is included at no additional cost for referring professionals as long as they sign up for the two modules for professionals just preceding the client modules.
Training Plan for Professionals
March and April: The Neuroscience of Pain and Treatment Protocols
October/November: Complex Chronic Pain and Pain Syndromes
The Neuroscience of Pain and Treatment Protocols
In March and April 2019, the focus will be on utilizing the neuroscience of pain.
~ How to assess the complexity of pain conditions to identify entry points and triggering dynamics
~ Creating protocols that bring reliable relief
~ Strategies to identify and work with developmental and posttraumatic pain (including perinatal stress, early life neglect, and loss as well as abuse
~ Special topics such as working with addictions
~ Ways to work with the sensory and emotional links to shame, panic and fear, rage, and the freedom of expansion and joy
Complex Chronic Pain and Pain Syndromes
For September/October and October/November 2019, we will emphasize complex chronic pain and pain syndromes, clients who are limited responders to pain treatment and how to help them move forward.
~ Preparing for/recovering from surgery
~ The role of inner ego state conflicts
~ How to meet the needs of pain patients who are also addicts
~ End of life pain and palliative care
~ Barriers to healing through the therapeutic partnership
~ Relational repair (“safety is the treatment,” Stephen Porges)
~ Advanced strategies to resolve emotional suffering
~ Ways to work with self-fulfilling prophecy and other limiting beliefs
~ Ways of using breathing, somatic psychotherapy, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral strategies
Modules for People in Pain
2019 May and November
Ideally, professionals will receive intensive training first and have the opportunity to refer clients for the client modules. Clients will pay a lower rate and receive two self-paced programs as soon as they register (in addition to the formal modules) so that they don’t have to wait as long to get started with their program. For this group, we will plan a consultation component so that access to me is included at no additional cost for referring professionals as long as they sign up for the two modules for professionals just preceding the client modules.
What You Will Receive
Webinars, Video Replay & Audio Download, Written Transcripts of all Webinar and Video Trainings, Additional Learning Materials Related to Each Month’s Topics, Handouts, Articles, Video clips of Demonstrations and Brief Presentations, Continuing Education Credits, Upgrades to CD and DVDs that can be delivered to your door, Maggie’s Money Back Guarantee. Those who register for the People in Pain program will also receive online access to the Reversing Chronic Pain 10-Step program and 10-Step Coaching for Success audios.