1. Our TMS drop-in chat is today (Saturday) from 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. It's a great way to get quick and interactive peer support. Enrique is today's host. Click here for more info or just look for the red flag on the menu bar at that 3pm Eastern time.
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  2. Alan has completed the new Pain Recovery Program. To read or share it, use this link: http://go.tmswiki.org/newprogram
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timnorton
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timnorton

TMS Therapist, Male

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  • My Story

    I was raised in a household that was very matter-of-fact about the mind-body connection, and one of my earliest childhood memories is of my mom explaining to me that I had lost my voice because there was something important but scary that I needed to talk about. So when I found Sarno's work and the Pain Psychology Center several years into my clinical career, it felt like the perfect fit. I had already spent time crafting a mindfulness-based behavioral approach to the work I was doing in a clinical setting, and it translates well to coaching TMS clients. Apart from receiving further direct training from Alan Gordon, I have a strong background in both Dialectical Behavior Therapy and sex therapy. This all means that I work with my clients to set very tangible goals, and help them acquire the skills they need to achieve them, while emphasizing self-acceptance and adopting a non-judgmental stance throughout.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://painpsychologycenter.com
    Occupation:
    TMS Psychotherapist
    Introduction:
    Hello, I'm a TMS coach in sunny Southern California.
    I was raised in a household that was very matter-of-fact about the mind-body connection, and one of my earliest childhood memories is of my mom explaining to me that I had lost my voice because there was something important but scary that I needed to talk about. So when I found Sarno's work and the Pain Psychology Center several years into my clinical career, it felt like the perfect fit. I had already spent time crafting a mindfulness-based behavioral approach to the work I was doing in a clinical setting, and it translates well to coaching TMS clients. Apart from receiving further direct training from Alan Gordon, I have a strong background in both Dialectical Behavior Therapy and sex therapy. This all means that I work with my clients to set very tangible goals, and help them acquire the skills they need to achieve them, while emphasizing self-acceptance and adopting a non-judgmental stance throughout.