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2 site questions—Missing videos and similarly named recovery programs?

Discussion in 'About This Site' started by Bearfeet, May 3, 2019.

  1. Bearfeet

    Bearfeet Newcomer

    Hi, I'm new to this site/community and am trying to be self-sufficient/not repetitive of info already provided, but I'm confused by 2 things and don't see them referenced anywhere:

    1. On this page: So You Think You Might Have TMS | In this section: How to Get Better/See a doctor

    There's this sentence that references a video, but there's not a video anywhere on the page?

    "You may also find the following YouTube video helpful. It was produced by Dr. Howard Schubiner to help people decide …"

    And when I go to Dr. Schubiner's page, it looks like there are supposed to be videos there, but there aren't actually any. I feel like I'm missing something obvious...??

    2. I see 2 programs that are quite similarly named but appear to be different (I haven't gone thru individual content yet): Alan Gordon’s Pain Recovery Program and Alan Gordon’s TMS Recovery Program. Are they different? If so, I assume order doesn’t matter?

    Just trying to get my bearings and a starting point. Thank you.
  2. Forest

    Forest Beloved Grand Eagle

    Hi @Bearfeet,

    Thank you for reaching out. Regarding the first question, I looked into it and it was a technical issue related to YouTube's embedding protocol (http vs. https). I'm really happy to have fixed it! I've updated our widget and the video is visible now:
    https://www.tmswiki.org/ppd/So_You_Think_You_Might_Have_TMS#See_a_doctor (So You Think You Might Have TMS)

    That was perceptive to notice that there are two programs. The TMS Recovery Program dates back to 2013 whereas the Multimedia Pain Recovery Program dates to 2017. You should start with his more recent program or his new book. If you like that, and are looking for more psychological insight, consider the TMS Recovery Program. Just note that his more recent materials reflect his most recent thinking.

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