Pain and Trauma in Practice
Here you will find a selection of eHealth Talks to inform your approach to trauma and pain in your practice, whether you are a dialogue or bodywork based practitioner. We hope you enjoy our offerings from these great authors and teachers.
How can we help people be in less pain? This is a really big question. The model offered in this eHealth Talk with Steve Haines is that there is always something you can do to change the pain experience.
This is a eHealth Talk of interest to all practitioners, whatever their discipline. Click here to access if you are not a member. Numerous studies have made the ‘placebo effect’ the most-studied healing phenomenon known to mankind. In The Placebo Response in Manual Therapy Brian Fulton has drawn on these studies to provide an essential resource for all practitioners who work on a one to one basis with their clients. Those manual therapists who learn from this book will find that their new understanding can lead to improved clinical outcomes for their clients. The Placebo Response in Manual Therapy presents a knowledge-based approach to augmenting your patients’ own healing systems.
An eHealth Talk looking into the Nervous System – and how we may address this amazing system in our Bowen work. Looking at the anatomy, function, its role, red flags, pain and its influence on our health, this Talk will provide you with more background knowledge into the ways we can use our Bowen work to approach neurological conditions. There will be particular attention paid to the autonomic nervous system, and how the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems play a crucial role in our general health.
This eHealth Talk with Paula Esson will examine how proprioception and interoception combine to affect our posture, gait and emotional sense of self. ‘Awareness of one’s body is intimately linked to self-identity, the sense of being “me”’.
In this eHealth Talk I will discuss elements of how the heart develops as an embryo and why this is important in clinical practice.