Dr. Schubiner's newest book is now on sale
Despite skyrocketing numbers of people affected by these conditions, current medical treatments are deeply flawed and often simply donâ€™t work. This book offers a different way to understand and overcome your anxiety or depression.
Cutting-edge research shows that stressful or traumatic life events can create patterns in the brain that may be advantageous at first but, in the long run, can pose barriers to achieving emotional health. Dr. Schubiner has developed a unique program to help you understand whether this model applies to you and guide you to reverse these patterns that have led to anxiety or depression.
The program in this book will guide readers through a step-by-step approach to recovery. The techniques that are used include a new understanding of their symptoms, powerful behavioral interventions, emotional processing, therapeutic writing, meditation, and everything else needed to unlearn anxiety and depression.
Dr. Schubiner's book, Unlearn Your Pain, has been substantially revised for 2016 (third edition) and is now available.
You can purchase a copy by clicking here. It includes all of the scientific information supporting the diagnosis of Mind Body Syndrome, a chapter to help people determine if they have Mind Body Syndrome, and the full program for healing.
Two eBooks are now available from amazon.com. The first five chapters of Unlearn Your Pain plus the new eBook, Unlearn Your Anxiety and Depression.
Review the scientific information that explains how nerve pathways can produce chronic pain, anxiety and depression and explore your life to determine if this approach might apply to you. This eBook does not contain the comprehensive guide to pain recovery, but if you purchase the eBook for $9.95, you will receive a coupon within the eBook worth $10 towards the purchase from this website of the hard copy (full version) of Unlearn Your Pain. You can locate the eBooks on the amazon.com website by searching for "Schubiner eBook" or "Schubiner kindle" or click here.
Training for professionals in the Unlearn Your Pain approach
Dr. Schubiner will be offering two 2-day trainings this year for physicians, nurses, therapists, coaches and other professionals. Co-presenters: Alan Gordon, LCSW and Mark Lumley, PhD. Detroit: May 6-7; Kripalu Institute, Stockbridge, MA: November 18-20. Call 866-501-3627, option #3 to register for the May conference. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Online Video Lectures available
You can access a lecture given by Dr. Schubiner to staff at the Chelsea Community Hospital in Chelsea, MI on November 11, 2014. Please click on this link to view the lecture.
View Dr. Schubiner's keynote address from March 11, 2011 at "A Course on Compassion" at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, WA. Go to this website to find the recorded lecture.
Dr. Schubiner presented a Grand Rounds lecture at the University of Arizona's Center for Integrative Medicine in Tucson on January 7, 2010. You can view this lecture online via a live video stream at this website. Click on the icon at the upper left for Windows Media or iTunes.
This website is filled with information about the Mind Body Syndrome / Tension Myositis Syndrome and what you can do to overcome it. I've created a four step process to help you on your way. A brief explanation of each step is displayed below. Simply rollover the different steps, and a note will appear explaining the importance of each step. Be sure to see the other links on the right side of the page including my biography, important info & disclaimer, and a letter from me to you. There are also many personal stories from people just like you who have already taken my course and have had excellent results. You can also find my tribute to Dr. Sarno.
I invite you to review all of the materials on this web site. I offer this educational program to you in the hope that more people will become aware of the relationship between the mind and the body and that more people will be able to help themselves to improve their health and well being.
To your health,
Howard Schubiner, MD