Pain Through a Biopsychosocial Lens

A biopsychosocial approach to pain focuses on the biology or physiology underlying health that includes the psychology of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors influ­ence health.
Course Number 222160
$35.00
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A biopsychosocial approach to pain focuses on the biology or physiology underlying health that includes the psychology of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors influ­ence health. The biopsychosocial approach enables you to see how health changes are not only biological. It includes your inner thoughts and feelings that influence your perception and determination of health.

Pain is a universal human ex­perience but how you deal with it can make all the difference.

Become informed about new research in pain science and how it can reshape an understanding about pain that challenges conventional thinking about it, right down to the very definition of it.

Find out about the interplay of factors that influence the experience of pain. Move beyond fear and avoidance to explore the meaning and the function of pain. Discover ways to understand and interpret pain that can break the cycle of fear and limitation. Increase your capability and participation in the things that bring joy and meaning to your life even while co-existing with pain.

Masks are not required at this time.

Course 222160| Live
Date Tuesday, October 11
Time 7:00 - 9:00 PM CST
Cost $40/35 payment 10 days in advance