Chronic Pain therapists in Plymouth, Michigan MI
Licensed Professional Counselor, PsyD, PhD, LPC, LLP
Possess strong critical thinking skills to aid in conducting thorough bio-psychosocial assessments for all levels of the continuum of care by making diagnoses and developing treatment plans inclusive of knowing that the first treatment approach may not always work, so having the ability to have back-up plans and the ability to question what is working and what is not
32 Years Experience
Therapist, LMSW, LPC, CAADC, LLMSW
With a plethora of therapists on our team we have the ability to meet many needs including Chronic Pain or Illness. We will be able to fit you with a therapist who will meet you wherever you are on your journey. We are here to serve you.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LMSW, C-ASWCM, CBIS, CAMF, SAP
Chronic pain and illness can be debilitating. Sickness and suffering impact the entire family. My experience as a medical case manager allows me to provide practical guidance.
25 Years Experience
Psychologist, Ph.D L.P.
I am a clinical psychologist, a Life and Parent Coach commited to assisting individuals , couples and families to enahnce the quality of their personal, relational and professional life and by that increase their happiness, life satisfaction and the overall quality of their life.
30 Years Experience
Psychologist, MA, LLP
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of talk therapy that helps people identify and develop skills to change negative thoughts and behaviors. CBT says that individuals -- not outside situations and events -- create their own experiences, pain included. And by changing their negative thoughts and behaviors, people can change their awareness of pain and develop better coping skills, even if the actual level of pain stays the same. The perception of pain is in your brain, so you can affect physical pain by addressing thoughts and behaviors that fuel it. What can CBT do for you? Cognitive behavioral therapy helps provide pain relief in a few ways. First, it changes the way people view their pain. CBT can change the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors related to pain, improve coping strategies, and put the discomfort in a better context. You recognize that the pain interferes less with your quality of life, and therefore you can function better.
2 Years Experience
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LMSW
Chronic pain/illness is an ongoing factor in one's life that can affect the entire family. Mindfulness and meditation can help a person learn to overcome the chronic pain and learn to live in the moment.
37 Years Experience
Are you or your adolescent child struggling with thoughts, feelings, and behaviors related to disordered eating? Fear of weight gain? Loss of control over eating? Preoccupied with eating and weight? I am a licensed psychologist specializing in the assessment and treatment of eating disorders.
21 Years Experience