Integrative Pain Management Series for Health Care Providers

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Pain, An Intro for the Family Medicine Provider

Hear from University of Washington licensed clinical psychologist, John (Drew) Sturgeon, PhD. Dr. Sturgeon provides an overview of this widely researched psychotherapeutic approach, providing implications for clinical practice for providers working in family medicine. He discusses how CBT principles can be applied to a variety of pain conditions with a focus on supporting those who have limited referral options for psychologists.

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Pain, An Intro…

View the recording of our AI-PAMI Health Care Provider Presentation: “Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Pain, An Intro for the Family Medicine…

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An Introduction to Auricular Acupuncture for Pain…

View the recording of our AI-PAMI Health Care Provider Presentation: “An Introduction to Auricular Acupuncture for Pain Management” originally…

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“Start Low, Go Slow” Pain Management in Older…

Dr. Khan provides a breakdown of the types of pain and an overview of pharmacological changes with aging to consider when medically managing pain in…

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