1. Our TMS drop-in chat is today (Saturday) from 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Eastern U.S.(New York) Daylight Time. It's a great way to get quick and interactive peer support. Celayne is today's host. Click here for more info or just look for the red flag on the menu bar at 3pm Eastern (now US Daylight Time).
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Positive Psychology and Chronic Pain

Discussion in 'Mindbody Blogs (was Practitioner's Corner)' started by Danielle Szasz LMFT, Aug 29, 2017.

  1. Danielle Szasz LMFT

    Danielle Szasz LMFT TMS Therapist

    Deliberately cultivating positive emotions is one of the absolute best tools we have in transforming our relationship to pain. Our emotional state is one of the largest forces shaping our perception of pain and positive psychology offers tools to help create neural pathways for more positive emotions and feelings of well-being. Here's a video I made talking about positive psychology with a gratitude short practice. I'd love to hear about your experiences with cultivating positive emotions.


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