Pain Workbook: A Patient's Perspective
What you'll learn
- Examine your current methods of pain management and implement improvements to help you take back control of your life
- Deal with pain in work
- Deal with the impact of pain on your relationships
- Structure your daily routine to minimise pain and fatigue
- Create your own pain plan
- A willingness to adapt your habits and lifestyle and not just look for a drugs based solution
If you have a painful medical condition, it can easily take over your life. This course will help you take back control. It is written from a long term pain patient's perspective. The videos offer advice and guidance but the work is up to you, There are downloadable resources on a range of topics for you to fill in to forma picture of your current pain management strategies, how well they are working and action points for improvement.
We will look at things like
Your daily routine
Your working life
Pain relief methods and devices
Dealing with healthcare professionals
The course is suitable for people with a range of medical conditions. It is not meant as medical advice and any changes to your pain management should be run past your doctor!
I went from being unemployed and letting my condition be the centre of my life to work as a commercial songwriter in a challenging and competitive field. I hope that you too can meet your goals and change your life.
Who this course is for:
- People with long term, painful health condictions
- Carers and loved ones of people with long term health conditions
Hi. I'm Eve Williams and It's my aim to help you go as far as you can go in music, business and English Literature. I'm an award winning singer and songwriter from Co. Down in Northern Ireland. I have written with and for stars of the Voice Norway and the X Factor UK and my music has been featured in documentaries and advertising. I'm a regular contributor to Songwriting magazine in the UK.
I hold a Master of Music in Songwriting from Bath Spa University as well as an Honours degree plus a Master's degree in English from the Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 2015 Nashville Songwriters Association International recognised me as One to Watch twice (April and June).
I'm also also a music educator and online coach, running an on site teaching practice and an online coaching/mentoring service . I have taught at Queen's University of Belfast (Russell International Excellence Group), further education colleges, music schools, community groups, music industry education bodies and privately and in doing so have worked with a very large range of groups and individuals so I'm always happy to engage with your questions and give feedback on your work.
If you have any questions about any of my courses, please feel free to get in touch.
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