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Highlights of the Wiki
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- Resources for people just learning to TMS, including An Introduction to TMS and So You Think You Might Have TMS
- Resources for practitioners, including information about TMS conferences and Peer Supervision Teleconferences
- Resources for the media, including a Press Pack, information on how to set up an interview, and lists of the most well known Celebrity Advocates and media coverage of TMS.
- Peer-written Structured Educational Program that contains daily activities to do while you try to recover from TMS
- TMS Recovery Program developed by Alan Gordon, LCSW
- Information on other structured programs
- Directory of TMS doctors and therapists, with over 100 practitioners listed
- Completed surveys of TMS practitioners
- Success Stories by Symptoms & Diagnoses including information on each symptom and corresponding success stories
- User pages, containing success stories and informative articles, including:
- Medical Evidence that supports the TMS theory, divided by an Annotated Bibliography with summaries of significant research and a Master Bibliography of all TMS relevant research.
- Question & Answer section where leading TMS practitioners respond to questions from TMS patients.
- Books & DVDs page has information on TMS and mind-body books that the TMS community have found useful.
- Other Resources section includes information on affirmations, the 20/20 segment on John Sarno and TMS, the self-talk dialogue, living tension-free, other internet resources, and much more
- Articles in the TMS FAQs section address major topics such as “How do I journal?”, “How do I Meditate”, and “How to ignore crippling pain”
- Learn more about us in the About the TMS Wiki section, with information about the PPD/TMS Peer Network (PTPN), sponsors of the TMS Wiki, our mission statement, and strategic plan
- Helping Out On The Wiki section includes information on contributing to the wiki, additional ways to contribute, and our Policies and Guidelines and Conflict of Interest Policy.
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Get advice and support from TMS Therapists via our new resource, Ask a TMS Therapist. Four therapists from the Pain Psychology Center (PPC) in Los Angeles, CA have volunteered to answer questions on a regular basis on our discussion forum. Read answered questions in the Ask a TMS Therapist subforum. Use the Ask a TMS Therapist form to submit your own question.
TMS Search Engine
Forget Google - the TMS Wiki's search engine provides you with information specifically related to TMS, without having to type "TMS" or "Tension Myositis Syndrome" or any other keywords to get the right results. Just quick, easy access to the information you need.
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Pathways to Pain Relief Practitioner Training Program
2014-2015 Academic Year
First Class: Saturday September 20, 2014
Psychologists and co-authors of Pathways to Pain Relief Frances Sommer Anderson, PhD, SEP and Eric Sherman, PsyD are offering a training program for practitioners in the treatment of TMS/PPD for the academic year of 2014-2015. The intensive seven-month program includes classroom instruction, experiential learning, reading and writing assignments, and individual case consultations with Drs. Anderson and Sherman. Tuition ranges from $725 - $925, depending on participants' affiliation with the PSP, with an additional fee for case consultations of $100/session (or $125 for those unaffiliated with the PSP). To register, contact Nicole M. Seitz, LPC via email at email@example.com or via telephone at (267) 971-5729.
For complete details about the program, curriculum, requirements and tuition, click here
Special Event with film director Michael Galinsky
Tuesday November 18 2014, 9-10PM Eastern Time
Michael Galinsky, the director of the new TMS documentary All the Rage, will be joining us for a special event to talk about his journey making the film. He'll be sharing what it was like to follow Dr. Sarno for ten years, and will answer any other questions while on the line. Read about the event
Call-In TMS Discussion Group
Tuesdays at 9PM Eastern Time
Saturdays at 3PM Eastern Time