Pain Recovery Coaching

Can you imagine living a life free of pain? Are you constantly changing or canceling plans? This was me until I made a full recovery. Pain Recovery Coaching has changed my life from many years of struggling with chronic fatigue and pain, as well as many other symptoms, to being mostly pain-free, and living an empowered, fulfilling life. While working with my Pain Recovery Coach, I was able to retrain my brain to feel safe, and this is exactly what we need to do to turn down pain, or recover completely. I seldom have fear around my pain and if I do, I can stop it in its tracks to interrupt the pain/fear/pain cycle. When in a little pain, I can now access the pain/no fear/no pain cycle just as easily. Chronic Pain is also known as Tension Myositis Syndrome (TMS)Neuroplastic Pain, or Mind-Body Pain. Coaching is about supporting you in feeling safer around your pain, and safer in other areas of your life. Sometimes we need a little help with our perspective, and this is what pain recovery coaching can do. It’s about helping your brain to feel safer, breaking the pain habit.

How Can Pain Recovery Coaching Help You?

Pain Recovery Coaching is about compassionately teaching you how to get control over your pain, instead of your pain having all the control. It’s about working with you to get to a state of resilience, a state of peace and calm, and where you are feeling safe in the world again. As we go work this process together and you start to feel safer in the world, pain starts to be less of a focus in your life. Living your life and getting your wants and needs met now becomes your focus. You will no longer live your life like others want you to live it, you will begin to live your life how YOU want to live it. You will look forward to your pain-free days, feel freer, and start living the fulfilling life you were meant to live.

What Does A Pain Recovery Coaching Session Entail?

  1. Education is a big part of pain coaching. When we understand where our pain is coming from, and that the brain is just making a mistake, we begin to feel safer. We will talk about Neuroplasticity, and how the brain can change. How the brain can unlearn the pain habit.
  2. Self-care is a large part of healing. Learning to tame the critical voice and put yourself first is key.
  3. We will use Somatic Tracking to help you understand how to attend to your emotions and your pain through a lens of safety, instead of seeing emotions and pain as dangerous.
  4. We will discuss and reframe other threats in your life, or other fears that are keeping you in a state of hypervigilance, and learn how to bring down your overall intensity.
  5. We will begin to focus on gravitating to positive feelings and exploring how you can start living your best life.

TMS And Fight/Flight Vs. Resiliency

During childhood many of us learned for many different reasons that life was unsafe. We learned, from no fault of our own to live in fight or flight, which is a stressful way to live. The only time we need to be in fight or flight is when there is a true 911 danger. A car pulls out in front of us, we go into fight or flight, and when the danger is past, we return to a state of resilience.

We go through a breakup, divorce, we get fired from our job, we lose a loved one, etc…and we go in fight or flight for a short time to help us through it, but we get back on track with our lives, we start to feel safe again, and we again return to a state of resilience.

But in the case of TMS we have trouble getting back to a state of resilience. I lived most of my life in a hypervigilant state which eventually led to chronic pain. Working with my TMS coach helped me to bring down my intensity.

TMS And Emotions

Dr. John Sarno, the man who named chronic pain where there is no injury, Tension Myositis Syndrome, believed that TMS was triggered by unconscious repressed emotions. We now know that there is more to it, but understanding your emotions and learning how to express them is a huge part of this work. My job is to help you find out if this could be the case, and then teaching you ways to release these emotions from your unconscious mind and body. Journaling is a big part of this process.

Read my post about learning to get in touch with my own emotions, where I compare them to monsters hiding under the bed.

I understand how difficult it is to live in pain, fatigue, or whatever your condition is that is keeping you from living your full life. It makes life so much harder than it has to be. My life now is so much better than it ever was before the pain. I am certain that pain recovery coaching can help you too. You don’t have to remain stuck in pain forever. Together, we can break the pain cycle and help you live the life you deserve!

Please schedule your free 30-minute consultation today. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain!

One 50-Minute Session $110

One 30-Minute Session $60

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