Living a Healthy Life Chronic Pain:
What is the Chronic Pain Self-Management Program?
Developed by McGill University and Memorial University in Newfoundland in collaboration with Stanford University in California, the Chronic Pain Self-Management Program is a 6 week workshop that helps people who are experiencing a wide range of chronic pain conditions. Practical tools and information are shared to help develop coping skills, building participants confidence and motivation to better manage their symptoms and the daily tasks of living with chronic pain. The workshop does not conflict with other programs or treatment and is designed to enhance regular treatment. No referral is needed.
Who should attend the workshop?
What does it cost to attend?
FREE to all! Participants receive a Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Pain book and Moving Easy Program CD.
How long is the workshop?
Participant’s meet once a week for 2.5 hours over 6 weeks.
Who leads the workshop?
The workshop is led by two trained volunteer leaders, who are often living with chronic pain themselves or caring for someone with chronic pain.
What Happens in a Workshop?
Participants are encouraged to take an active role by setting weekly goals and share about progress in meeting the goals.
Participants learn how to
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