Hi everyone, I thought you might like to know about an online webinar hosted by Alan Gordon, LCSW and John Stracks, MD. Both Alan Gordon and Dr. Stracks recovered from their own TMS and have tremendous passion for spreading the word. They're both very smart and I have great respect for both of them. If you are interested in this, you may also want to check out Alan's TMS Recovery Program or submit your question to the Ask A TMS Therapist program, as Alan runs both of those. For internet events like this, it's always important to pay attention to time zones. In this case, the time is Thursday, June 25th 6 to 8 p.m. Central Time, 4 to 6 p.m. Pacific Time. Here is an image of the brochure: (but mind the time zone unless you happen to live in Central) If you have trouble reading the image, here is the text of the brochure: Mindbody Medicine Program Presents Breaking The Pain Cycle Techniques and tools to overcome chronic pain and other physical symptoms Join Dr. John Stracks, Director of Mindbody Medicine at Northwestern Medicine and Alan Gordon, LCSW, for a two hour webinar on using psychological techniques to heal chronic pain and other physical symptoms. This presentation will provide concrete techniques to help sufferers overcome their symptoms. Some of the specific areas covered will be: overcoming conditioned responses, breaking the pain’s reinforcement, and the development of outcome independence. These tools can be used by anyone with psychogenic pain and can significantly reduce or eliminate symptoms in a matter of days or weeks. A 30 minute question and answer session will follow the presentation. Alan Gordon is the Director of the Pain Psychology Center in Los Angeles, CA. Alan is an Assistant Adjunct Professor at the University of Southern California, has authored publications on the treatment of chronic pain, and has presented on the topic of pain treatment at conferences and trainings throughout the country. He served as the chair for the 2013 Mind-Body Conference at USC, and co-created the Treatment Outline and Training Protocol for the Psychophysiologic Disorders Association. Date and Time: Thursday, June 25th 6 to 8 p.m. Central Time, 4 to 6 p.m. Pacific Time Where: Prentice Women’s Hospital, 250 E. Superior or online viewing is available per request from Dr. Stracks Cost: $20 Registration: To register or for more information, please call Health Resources at 312-926-8400 or visit us online at classes.nmh.org/listing/all. For more information, call 312-926-DOCS or email Dr. Stracks at email@example.com. Para asistencia en español, por favor llamar al Departamento de Representantes para Pacientes al 312-926-3112. Northwestern Memorial is committed to representing the communities we serve, fostering a culture of inclusion, delivering culturally competent care and access to treatment and programs in a non-discriminatory manner, and eliminating healthcare disparities. For questions, please call the Patient Representative department at 312-926-3112, TDD/TTY number 312-944-2358.