Regardless of how your pain originated, dealing with it can be incredibly difficult, and its effects can be emotionally, mentally, and physically debilitating.
Any form of pain can significantly affect a person’s quality of life, causing limitations to daily activities, along with mood changes, anxiety, depression, and more. But luckily, learning pain management strategies can help you to manage your pain in a way that minimizes its impact on your life.
I can help you to alleviate the stress your pain is causing by teaching you how to manage your reactions to it, while disentangling you from the problematic thinking patterns associated with your pain, making it much easier to deal with.
Implementing these kinds of pain management tactics offers a wide array of benefits, including improved mental health, reduced pain, lower healthcare costs, increased mobility, improved quality of life, better sleep, and less reliance on medications.
So, whether you’re looking for ICBC counselling to deal with the pain you’ve endured in a motor vehicle accident, or you just want to learn how to better manage your pain, I can help.
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