Online Chronic Pain therapists in Alaska

Below is a list of therapists offering online sessions in Alaska

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Santa Ana, California therapist: Mary Knoblock, hypnotherapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Mary Knoblock

Hypnotherapist, Licensed RTT Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotist, Duke Certified Health Coach, Spiritual Counselor
For chronic pain I enjoy helping patients navigate through their health journey and patients tend to enjoy working with me withIn different modalities to help them feel better.  
9 Years Experience
 therapist: Soul Journey Coaching & Wellness, counselor/therapist
Chronic Pain or Illness

Soul Journey Coaching & Wellness

Counselor/Therapist, Board Certified Holistic Functional Medicine Psychoneuroimmunology Practitioner
Soul Journey Coaching works with Chronic Pain or Illness from the perspective of that chronic pain can be caused by not only physical injury but also stress and emotional issues. We work thru how and where your inflammation and pain are most painful and how that correlates to when the pain started and what was going on in your life at the onset.  
24 Years Experience
Munich, Bavaria therapist: Jean-Marie Bottequin, life coach
Chronic Pain or Illness

Jean-Marie Bottequin

Life Coach, WAPP
"Mindfulness" is now successfully used as behavioral therapy. In psychotherapy, "mindfulness" is now successfully used as behavioral therapy. Mindfulness means to direct one's attention deliberately and not judgmental to the conscious experience of the moment. The patient learns to pay attention to the body functions such as breathing in the course of psychotherapy and deals with a positive purpose in life. In this way he perceives the "negative" things or the illness as no longer so impairing and directs his thoughts towards health. As examples one can mention the syndrome of restless legs: Patients experienced the painful "leg fidgeting" after performing the mindfulness exercises as no longer so impairing. The integration of "mindfulness" is particularly helpful in the treatment of depression. Apart from "mindfulness", probably more elements of psychotherapy can be used to focus on health and physical recovery. A polarization between academic medicine and mental Healing is not useful. Rather, a simultaneous application of common medicine and spiritual healing to improve the state of health and the course of patients' disease. I would therefore like to call for this, to cooperate even more closely between the disciplines in the medical and complementary medicine sector.  
20 Years Experience
In-Person in Munich, Germany
Online in Austria, Germany, Multiple States

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