When you’re living with chronic pain, managing your thoughts can be tricky, so here are some techniques you may want to try:
This leaflet is designed to help you understand what stress is, inform you as to why is it important to be able to relax when you have chronic pain and provide some relaxation exercises for you to try.
A guide to becoming more active and reducing flare-ups. In this booklet Liz Macleod brings together a lifetime’s experience in helping people understand and manage their pain. Her practical approach gives encouragement to anyone who wants advice and support in living with pain.
This self-help guide is intended for people with mild-to-moderate mental health issues. It offers a number of techniques for helping you manage your pain,
and improve your quality of life.
We all have to cope and manage with change in our lives for lots of reasons. Here are some tips and thoughts on navigating through a period of change.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a psychological therapy based on the relationships between what we think, what we do and how we feel. CBT teaches you how to recognise and tackle problems in the here and now, rather than in the past.