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A comprehensive and structured educational program for understanding and coping with the Mind Body Syndrome.

Cost: $100.


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Processing anger at myself
by Barbara S. - Tuesday, 9 October 2018, 6:53 PM
 
This course has already decreased my pain significantly.  I suffer from tailbone pain while sitting. This course help me get off pain meds which is a huge relief to me. I'm determined to keep working and conquer this. 

My question is about using the ISTDP framework to process issues that are anger...Read the rest of this topic
(173 words)
 
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Emotional pain
by Cathy Armet - Sunday, 7 October 2018, 4:20 PM
 

Hi, I've been doing the course for about 6 weeks. I'm taking it quite slowly for a number of reasons. I'm amazed at how strong my emotions are sometimes. They are so painful sometimes, worse than the physical pain! I'm guessing that's partly the point of TMS - we get physical symptoms to mask the...

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(149 words)
 
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Which book should I get for anxiety/depression?
by zach smith - Sunday, 30 September 2018, 5:18 PM
 

I’ve had chronic lower back pain for years that I was able to cure using dr. Sarno’s Healing Back Pain book. Now I’m having anxiety/depression related symptoms such as headache, dizziness, minor stomach heaviness, and minor upper buttock numbness. I am confident my issue is TMS as none of my Doctors can find anything physically wrong. Which of Dr. Shubiner’s “Kindle Version” books should I get, Unlearn your pain or Unlearn your anxiety? Would either one work? Is there a book that deals with both simultaneously? Or should I just sign up for one of his online courses? 

 
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What is the difference between the book and the online course?
by Chana Kaminker - Sunday, 16 September 2018, 7:14 AM
 

I have the book ,unlearn your pain. I'd be interested in the online course but was wondering how/if it's different from the book. Shacks r

 

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Picture of Barbara S.
Processing anger at myself
by Barbara S. - Tuesday, 9 October 2018, 6:53 PM
 
This course has already decreased my pain significantly.  I suffer from tailbone pain while sitting. This course help me get off pain meds which is a huge relief to me. I'm determined to keep working and conquer this. 

My question is about using the ISTDP framework to process issues that are anger...Read the rest of this topic
(173 words)
 
Picture of Cathy Armet
Emotional pain
by Cathy Armet - Sunday, 7 October 2018, 4:20 PM
 

Hi, I've been doing the course for about 6 weeks. I'm taking it quite slowly for a number of reasons. I'm amazed at how strong my emotions are sometimes. They are so painful sometimes, worse than the physical pain! I'm guessing that's partly the point of TMS - we get physical symptoms to mask the...

Read the rest of this topic
(149 words)
 
Picture of zach smith
Which book should I get for anxiety/depression?
by zach smith - Sunday, 30 September 2018, 5:18 PM
 

I’ve had chronic lower back pain for years that I was able to cure using dr. Sarno’s Healing Back Pain book. Now I’m having anxiety/depression related symptoms such as headache, dizziness, minor stomach heaviness, and minor upper buttock numbness. I am confident my issue is TMS as none of my Doctors can find anything physically wrong. Which of Dr. Shubiner’s “Kindle Version” books should I get, Unlearn your pain or Unlearn your anxiety? Would either one work? Is there a book that deals with both simultaneously? Or should I just sign up for one of his online courses? 

 
Picture of Chana Kaminker
What is the difference between the book and the online course?
by Chana Kaminker - Sunday, 16 September 2018, 7:14 AM
 

I have the book ,unlearn your pain. I'd be interested in the online course but was wondering how/if it's different from the book. Shacks r

 

Site news

Picture of Barbara S.
Processing anger at myself
by Barbara S. - Tuesday, 9 October 2018, 6:53 PM
 
This course has already decreased my pain significantly.  I suffer from tailbone pain while sitting. This course help me get off pain meds which is a huge relief to me. I'm determined to keep working and conquer this. 

My question is about using the ISTDP framework to process issues that are anger...Read the rest of this topic
(173 words)
 
Picture of Cathy Armet
Emotional pain
by Cathy Armet - Sunday, 7 October 2018, 4:20 PM
 

Hi, I've been doing the course for about 6 weeks. I'm taking it quite slowly for a number of reasons. I'm amazed at how strong my emotions are sometimes. They are so painful sometimes, worse than the physical pain! I'm guessing that's partly the point of TMS - we get physical symptoms to mask the...

Read the rest of this topic
(149 words)
 
Picture of zach smith
Which book should I get for anxiety/depression?
by zach smith - Sunday, 30 September 2018, 5:18 PM
 

I’ve had chronic lower back pain for years that I was able to cure using dr. Sarno’s Healing Back Pain book. Now I’m having anxiety/depression related symptoms such as headache, dizziness, minor stomach heaviness, and minor upper buttock numbness. I am confident my issue is TMS as none of my Doctors can find anything physically wrong. Which of Dr. Shubiner’s “Kindle Version” books should I get, Unlearn your pain or Unlearn your anxiety? Would either one work? Is there a book that deals with both simultaneously? Or should I just sign up for one of his online courses? 

 
Picture of Chana Kaminker
What is the difference between the book and the online course?
by Chana Kaminker - Sunday, 16 September 2018, 7:14 AM
 

I have the book ,unlearn your pain. I'd be interested in the online course but was wondering how/if it's different from the book. Shacks r