Pain is defined as: ”…An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage. Pain is always subjective.” (International Association for the Study of Pain).
They also say: “…Pain is unquestionably a sensation in a part or parts of a body but it is also always unpleasant and therefore an emotional experience.”
Pain serves as a warning signal that a part of the body is injured, or being injured. Pain helps during the healing process in reminding us to take care of the injury and the injured area.
The experience of pain is subjective and is divided into two components:
There are also two main types of pain and both can be episodic:
I will work with you to first understand what exactly what your pain issue is and agree with you what positive outcome(s) you want from working with me using hypnotherapy – please go to Hypnotherapy Session Structure to understand how hypnotherapy works.
I can then explain the relevant techniques that will suit you best and we can agree on the way forward ie to agree:
Rest assured that by collaborating and working together, we can achieve the positive changes you are looking for