Date to be determined as this program will be offered continuously during the year, with a new group starting every time there are 10 people signed up.
Setting: This live-stream, online, small-group program (10 participants) will meet monthly to review the principles of Butler and Moseley’s newest book, Explain Pain Supercharged. The format will utilize an online meeting room to have a face-to-face discussion, reviewing previously learned material and understanding new material for treating pelvic pain. There will be a monthly, 2-hour meeting for 10 months (July and August will always be free and clear of meetings) from the comfort of your own home. Each 2-hour session will involve participant-driven case studies for half of the session. This is a time to get your questions answered in a small-group, problem-solving format.
Topics to be discussed:
- Biopsychosocial: It’s More than Just a Buzzword (Chapter 2, EPS)
- Keeping the “Bio” in Biopsychosocial
- Sleep- a Basic Human Need
- Be the Placebo, Not the Nocebo
- Explain Pain: The Theory behind the Practice (Chapters 4 and 5, EPS)
- The Teacher in Me: The Student in Me (Chapter 6, EPS)
- The Malleable Magic of Metaphors (Chapter 7, EPS)
- The Pain Library- Novellas and Nuggets (Chapter 8 and 9, EPS)
- Cognitive Functional Therapy: Function meets Psychology
- The Microbiome- Immunity, Diet and Emotions
- To give participants an online opportunity to expand their knowledge with an expert in the pelvic health field
- To give participants an ongoing experience of fine-tuning their skills as a pelvic health clinician
- To generate a comfortable, small-group learning environment where safety to ask questions and explore understanding is foremost
- To underscore the knowledge based learned in Levels 1-3
- To expand upon the knowledge learned in Level 3 by going through brand-new material as presented in Butler/Moseley’s Explain Pain Supercharged
- To provide an affordable opportunity/gateway to mentoring for pelvic health therapists
Pelvic Health Stream:
You must have completed Levels 1-3, or their equivalent as a pelvic health therapist in order to participate in the pelvic health stream.
We do have one dedicated orthopedic therapist, with 40 years’ experience in persistent pain that will take a small group through the same learning principles/experience even if pelvic health is only a small or non-existent part of your practice.