Thriving with Pain and Beyond

Learn the 5 steps from Ow to Wow-- A wholistic and practical map to aliveness for people who live with chronic pain
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1,742 students
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understand and communicate your experience of pain, abilities to function, and responses to treatment
recognize and increase experiences of aliveness and joy in your life
appreciate the array of options from western allopathic to alternative treatments
make goals that are appropriate and move you toward thriving
recognize and utilize proactive options for healing and aliveness


  • Set aside the time to listen to lectures in a quiet place so you can focus.
  • Have some understanding of chronic pain


Thriving with Pain and Beyond!

Take your life back from chronic pain and fatigue! Your pain and your healing process is unique, this course shows you how a wholistic, proactive approach to pain management gives you the ability to go from living in the Ow of pain to living with WOW! You will add to your quality of life, reduce, heal, and manage physical and mental pain.

Persistent pain is one of the most widespread and potentially disabling health conditions of our age.

This course is ideal for you if . . .

You live with chronic pain

You are overwhelmed by what you are "supposed" to do

You are frustrated by trying to find the "right" treatment and practitioners to help you

Chronic pain is draining your quality of life

You are a healthcare provider who works with people with chronic pain

This course includes-

1) Introduction

2) Overview of 5 steps from Ow to Wow!

3) Step One: Become an Expert on You!

4) Step Two: Explore Treatment Options

5) Step Three: Support

6) Step Four: Purpose, service, passion and creativity

7) Step Five: Acceptance

In this course, you will explore at an overview level “The 5 steps from Ow to Wow” so that you can reclaim your quality of life. This approach is designed for individuals who live with chronic pain and those who support them; either as loved ones or healthcare practitioners. Thriving with Pain LLC takes an all the above approach to pain management and treatment.

Explore through short presentations each of the 5 steps and get a taste of what a wholistic approach can do for you.

NOTE: This course does not constitute treatment for pain or any other concern. It is designed for informational purposes. Anyone with a history of chronic pain, if you have not already consulted a healthcare professional, should consult a healthcare professional for the assessment and treatment of your condition(s).

As well, this course does not focus on specific treatment or advice for chronic pain- these are topics to be examined in other courses. Our emphasis is on an overview of a whole systems approach to chronic pain and quality of life!

Who this course is for:

  • This course is meant for people who live with chronic pain who want to increase their quality of life. No prior pain management training is needed. This course is probably not for you if you are satisfied with your life with pain.
  • People who are care givers or who treat people chronic pain

Course content

7 sections • 11 lectures • 1h 28m total length
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Thriving Coach, Massage Therapist, & Whole Systems Designer
Amber Rose Dullea, MA, M.Div.
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 8 Reviews
  • 1,742 Students
  • 1 Course

Amber Rose Dullea is a thriver with pain! As a compassionate coach/healer, humorous speaker, interviewer and writer she shows you how to thrive despite chronic pain. Amber Rose was a licensed massage therapist in Oregon for 18 years, earned a Master of Art degree in Whole Systems Design from Antioch University Seattle and a Master of Divinity in Advanced New Thought and Interfaith, and a BA in a Special Major she designed in Peace and Conflict Studies.

Amber Rose created Thriving with Pain LLC to support people who live with chronic pain to move from suffering toward thriving. Through her own journey of a decade of chronic pain, she discovered the Five Steps from Ow to Wow! It is not an easy journey as anyone who is still reading this knows. But it can be done no matter what your circumstances. She has lived with chronic pain—she gets that it is not all in your head!