Mindfulness for Pain Management: Webinar
This one hour webinar on Mindfulness for Pain Management is part of the Lamberts Healthcare Masterclass Series, designed for health practitioners. The live event in November 2021 was followed by 30 minutes of Q&A, which is not available on the recording in order to protect the anonymity of those attending. If you would like to join future events, please do not hesitate to register with Lamberts Healthcare on their website
Mindfulness for Pain Management
This webinar offers you a range of evidence based, practical ways that mindfulness can be used to enhance clinical outcomes for clients presenting with physical pain, whilst recognising that emotional pain can also manifest physiologically. You will discover:
- A brief summary of the evidence base for mindfulness and pain (to November 2021)
- The main Mindfulness Based Interventions (MBIs) for pain management
- Key concepts of MBIs that can be incorporated into your clinical practice
- The emerging evidence for Brief MBIs for pain
Katie Sheen PGCE, MA Education
Katie has been practising mindfulness since 2001 and qualified in Nutritional Therapy from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION) in 2008. She first began to combine these two strands of her life whilst Module Leader for Complex Case Analysis on the MSc Nutritional Therapy at University of Worcester in 2011, and now teaches mindfulness and mindful eating full time for educational, charitable and corporate organisations, as well as offering a range of retreats, classes and courses for the general public.
Having used mindfulness to support herself through the inevitable ups and down of life, including her cancer treatment in 2015, Katie has special interests in both mindfulness for anxiety and mindfulness for fatigue, illness and pain management. She practices and facilitates retreats and courses in the Plum Village tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, and is an accredited Breathworks Mindfulness Teacher.
Would you like to learn more about Mindfulness for Pain Management?
Katie regularly offers the 8 weeks, 2 hours a week Breathworks ‘Mindfulness for Health’ course on Zoom, which welcomes anyone who would like to explore how mindfulness can help to manage fatigue, pain, injury, or any other health condition.