Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can greatly affect your overall well-being and quality of life. It can limit your ability to perform daily tasks, impact your mental health and emotional state, and affect your ability to work and participate in social activities. It can also have a significant impact on your relationships and overall sense of fulfillment.

Our social work services aim to help individuals manage their chronic pain and improve their overall quality of life. Here are some ways we can help:

  • Psychotherapy can be an effective tool in managing chronic pain by addressing the emotional and psychological factors that may contribute to pain symptoms and helping individuals develop coping strategies. The specific approaches, such as CBT, DBT, and SFT, have been shown to be effective in reducing pain and improving quality of life.

  • Support in developing coping strategies that can help you manage your pain. We utilize evidence-based techniques such as mindfulness and relaxation training to empower you to take control of your pain and improve your quality of life.

  • Offer psychoeducation on pain management to equip you with knowledge and skills to transform your situation.

  • Assistance in accessing financial resources and benefits, navigating insurance, legal, and medical systems, helping with understanding, organizing, and completing documents and forms, and providing referrals to service providers for healing and support.

  • Work together to find ways to help you manage and alleviate your chronic pain.