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Alan Gordon LCSW
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Alan Gordon LCSW

TMS Therapist, Male

Alan Gordon LCSW was last seen:
Oct 3, 2019
  • My Story

    My passion for understanding chronic pain started 12 years ago with the onset of my own psychogenic symptoms, and continues today as an educator and therapist around the subject. I have authored several publications on the treatment of chronic pain, and have presented on the topic at conferences and held trainings throughout the country. I am a professor at USC, and a practicing psychotherapist and Executive Director of the painpsychologycenter.com
    1. Renate
      Renate
      Hi Alan! You wrote in one of your last postings " I work with a therapist who's pretty great at helping patients break conditioned responses and symptom-preoccupation. If you like, I can hook you up with him as well."
      Could you please hook me up with the therapist so that I can contact him? Does he work with Skype, because I live in Austria.
      I love your helpful postings!
      Kind regards
      Renate
      1. Forest
        Forest
        (I let Alan know about this post and he said he'd contact Renate via a personal message.)
        Jun 27, 2015
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  • My Story

    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://www.painpsychotherapy.com/
    My passion for understanding chronic pain started 12 years ago with the onset of my own psychogenic symptoms, and continues today as an educator and therapist around the subject. I have authored several publications on the treatment of chronic pain, and have presented on the topic at conferences and held trainings throughout the country. I am a professor at USC, and a practicing psychotherapist and Executive Director of the painpsychologycenter.com