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The author has firsthand experience with chronic pain and provides a systematic method that empowers individuals to navigate the overwhelming array of treatment options and incorporate the effective ones into their lives for continued progress.
Deborah Barrett, PhD, MSW, LCSW, is a clinical associate professor in the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a psychotherapist in private practice. She hosts a companion website to this book at www.paintracking.com.
Table of Contents
|My Story||p. 9|
|Pain Positive ?||p. 13|
|Why PAINTRACKING?||p. 19|
|Committing to the Process: Addressing the "yes, but…"||p. 27|
|Envision Your Personalized PAINTRACKING System||p. 31|
|Tracking Your Well-Being||p. 43|
|What Matters: Measuring Explanatory Factors||p. 55|
|Learning from Your Own Experience||p. 81|
|Products, Practices, and Professionals: Where to Begin?||p. 101|
|Strategies to Focus and Calm Your Mind||p. 109|
|Strategies to Soothe Your Body||p. 121|
|Strategies to Shape Your Self-Talk||p. 141|
|Strategies to Pace Yourself||p. 159|
|Strategies to Improve Your Sleep||p. 173|
|Strategies to Exercise More Effectively||p. 181|
|Collaborating Effectively with Your Doctor||p. 199|
|Strategies to Make Sense of Prescription Medications||p. 221|
|Strategies for Working with Mental Health Professionals||p. 255|
|Taking Care of Your Home||p. 273|
|Preparing for Holidays and Travel||p. 287|
|Creating a Workspace That Works||p. 295|
|Work Alternatives: Considering New Pathways||p. 309|
|Approaching Social Relationships||p. 329|
|Improving Committed Relationships||p. 345|
|Navigating Parenthood and Other Caregiving Roles||p. 359|
|Grief and Acceptance||p. 371|
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