Hi. I'm looking for an therapist that can work with me online. I know I have TMS for sure, and that it is ALL in my brain. I have managed to live without it for short times, without any structural adjustments. And after recreational brawling with my brother it is alleviated for a little while, even though I have mild scoliosis. Which clearly tells me that physical activity doesn't make it worse. I am tense in neck, shoulders and face to the point where thinking is almost impossible. I practically walk around in a fog of pain and tension. Also my digestion isn't working properly, probably because of tense muscle / fascia along with bad nerve communication. Whenever I manage to get completely relaxed my whole body becomes much more sensitive, I can feel my feet, touching with my fingers feels really good. Its just like my whole body is tensed, though the major pain i feel and obsess about is felt in neck, shoulders and face. I have listened to both Healing Back Pain and The Divided Mind several times by audio book. I am absolutely convinced that it is TMS. But I'm having trouble with my approach, and what is the major contributing factors for it. I have history of OCD, anxiety I also think I am a perfectionist. I really want to get back to myself. I have been there, and it feels so good its godlike. I think my OCD has turned on my TMS. Is there any therapist someone could recommend? Any other recommendations would also be appreciated. I live in Oslo Norway, but I doubt there is any TMS practitioners here. Edit1: Even though I know my pain is all created in my mind, I have a slight problem with accepting the explanation of why our body creates pain as a result of this. I just don't see the evidence that our body would make the pain specifically to get rid of the mindf#¤% that happens when unexpressed emotions aren't dealt with. It could have any type of explanation. And I haven't read any evidence that suggest that this is why our body actually makes pain as a response. Maybe it is just to make the theory more complete? I think it weakens the theory's credibility.