End Day 1 of the Conference with an interactive workshop. This experiential course will review the science and practical application of mindfulness based stress reduction for your chronic pain patients. Learn strategies to counsel patients, increase patient engagement, and help them to adhere to treatment plans.
15min Introducing & Practicing Mindfulness 15min What is Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR): Science & Efficacy 15min How to Counsel Chronic Pain Patients About MBSR 15min MBSR Practices You Can Teach to Your Patients 15min Q&A
As a result of completing this course, learners will be able / better able to:
Counsel patients as to the long and short-term benefits of MBSR for their chronic pain.
When appropriate, include MBSR in a multimodal treatment plan for patients with chronic pain.
Overcome barriers to treatment for patients who would benefit from including mindfulness-based practices in the treatment of their chronic pain.
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Interventional Pain Specialist,
NorthBay Center for Pain Management
Credits: None available.
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