Chronic Pain Counselling in London | Treatment & Therapy
What is Chronic Pain?
Chronic Pain (also known as CP) can be defined as a pain that persists beyond a reasonable time for an injury to heal. While acute pain is considered a symptom of an underlying disease, chronic pain has characteristics that can be defined as a disease itself. Chronic pain seriously affects the patient's daily activities and quality of life.
Signs of Chronic Pain
Psychological Therapy for Chronic Pain in London
The most effective treatment for low self-confidence is Cognitive Behavioural therapy. CBT is a useful and empirically based method of treatment for pain disorders. The goal of CBT is to help patients change the way they think about and manage their pain.
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Getting Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Chronic Pain
Chronic Pain Counselling in London - Team
All our Therapists offer Psychological Therapy for Chronic Pain treatment to Adults, Children and Teenagers. Click here to meet the Team.
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