Chronic Pain Group
Every Wednesday, 12pm to 2pm - Ongoing group.
To book your place please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07787 242442
Chronic pain/fatigue can often have a psychological or emotional component that is rarely addressed by conventional medical treatment. This is often viewed as being all in the mind which suggests that the sufferer has some control over the pain or fatigue. This type of condition is often viewed with suspicion as if the sufferer is “putting the illness on” just because there is no obvious physical injury. These conditions have very real symptoms which need addressing before a person’s recovery can begin. These symptoms do not go away with rest, some people may wake up feeling unrefreshed by sleep, to the extent that people describe waking up feeling like they have been “run over by a bus.
This is a group designed for people who want to find support and feel able to freely discuss their experiences and frustrations with others who face similar physical challenges without feeling judged. If you or someone you know is suffering from chronic pain or fatigue this group aims to help unlock the patterns of a lifetime which may be hindering your recovery. It will offer support for both pain management and exploration of the emotional impact of the frustrations of life after suddenly being struck down with this condition. Helping people with the depression that can follow when you are not getting better whatever you try and help you to move through depression into recovery.
You will learn how to listen to your body in order to discover what your body needs to return to health.
Organised by Sollus Consultancy.
Facilitated by Rachael Kellett BSc. MSc (UKCP accredited Gestalt Psychotherapist)
Would you or anyone you know be interested joining others to talk to and share similar experiences?