Introducing Hal Greenham’s MindBody Pain Treatment Program

What is it?
A highly supportive structured program to assist people who want to apply a mindbody approach to their pain. Following in the footsteps of Dr Sarno, this program offers targeted support and guidance to assist people to recover naturally from chronic pain and chronic fatigue conditions, including musculoskeletal pain, fibromyalgia, chronic headache, CFS, IBS, CRPS and a number of related conditions.

The program includes state of the art support in:
+ Diagnosis of TMS – the subtle art of working out if you really have a mindbody condition
+ Treatment of TMS – multiple powerful perspectives on working out why you got the symptom in the first place, and what to do about it now.

This collaboration between a leading TMS doctor and therapist offers numerous powerful resources for recovery:
+ Tried and tested techniques for reprogramming the neural pathways that create chronic pain
+ A number of different processes to help you do the work on emotions, stressors, and personality traits which are central to recovery – choose the techniques that work best for you
+ Safely expressing feelings
+ Have I got trauma ?
+ Understanding the link between anxiety, depression, emotions, and pain symptoms.

About the creators of the Australian Mindbody Pain Treatment Program
A collaboration between Melbourne somatic psychotherapist Hal Greenham and Professor Howard Schubiner MD. Dr Schubiner is the founder and medical director of the Mind Body Medicine Program at Providence Hospital, Michigan USA. He is a world leader in the diagnosis and treatment of what Dr Sarno called TMS – Tension Myositis Syndrome.

Hal Greenham is a Melbourne based somatic psychotherapist who specialises in the treatment of mindbody symptoms. After healing his own fibromyalgia / CFS, he studied psychology and somatic (body-oriented) psychotherapy and has specialised in helping people to get in touch with themselves and their feelings, and to heal complex pain conditions.

How to apply for the beta testing opportunity

If you are interested in helping us to test the program in exchange for free access. you need to be willing to complete the whole program, and to give regular feedback. I anticipate you would need to spend approximately 3 hours per week, sometimes more sometimes less, to do the program and provide feedback.  It is also important that participants are open to the possibility that their pain is maintained through a mind-body-brain process, and are willing to work with their feelings and thoughts.

Please use this form to submit your application

There will be approximately 10 places available.



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