PSTEC for physical pain

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    Avatarjadcock000
    PSTEC User

    Is there specific programs for chronic pain or specific approach.  I have used the different click tracksand it does make a difference. 

    Cheers

    Jim

    #23572
    AvatarJeff Harding
    PSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator

    Hi Jim…

    PSTEC for Physical Issues, including pain issues, is a tutorial by Tim for therapists, but keep in mind that if you are doing your own work… self-help … in effect, you are the therapist… at least you must take that position and be more of an observer almost as if you are a “disinterested” third party.

    Also, as always, be sure to review the terms of use for PSTEC and also, with medical conditions, be sure to consult with a licensed medical practitioner as we do not dispense medical advice…
    http://pstecaudiosource.org/terms-of-use

    With that said…

    The tutorial may be very helpful and in addition to that, here is a link to download a pdf with some suggestions on approaching physical issues using PSTEC…
    http://pstecaudiosource.org/documents/AddressingPhysicalIssueswithPSTEC.pdf

    Also, consider the use of PSTEC Positive to shift your beliefs about pain, healing and the power you have to heal and allow healing of your body.

    Oh, one more list of resources… here is a list of interviews about people using PSTEC for physical issues…  http://pstecaudiosource.org/physical-issues

    Aloha!
    Jeff

    #23573
    Avatarjadcock000
    PSTEC User

    Hi Jeff.  Thanks for the reply and helping with my questions on posting.  I missed the program on physical issues on the main site I will check it out.  I am a physical therapist so I use caution using a mind body approach unless serious issues are ruled out.  I have used Faster EFT and TAT for physical and trauma issues for a number of years.  Also as a CHT I can appreciate the PSTEC approach and application.  Just a matter of figuring out if it is a format that I want to pursue.  Thanks again.

    Jim 

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