Discussion in 'Structured Educational Program' started by Marymouse, Oct 30, 2018.
Hi - this may be a dim question! Do I have to pay to do this course please?
No, it's free ...And you can start it from here http://www.tmswiki.org/ppd/Structured_Educational_Program (Structured Educational Program)
blimey! (I'm from England in case 'blimey' doesn't make sense!). That's great - I will be on it like a car bonnet (another English phrase!)
Ha ha! Yes, it's hard to 'Adam and Eve' it, isn't it?...I'm from England too, so you make perfect sense to me! lol
I read that The Structural Education Programme was being gradually combined with Alan Gordon's programme...I don't whether the amalgamation has been fully completed yet or not, but you can find Alan Gordon's Pain Recovery Program separately here http://www.tmswiki.org/forum/painrecovery/ (Pain Recovery Program), which is also free to use.
Thanks the original seems more interactive, but I suppose I could do both? Are we allowed to say where we live!?
Yes, the SEP is definitely more interactive. You could do them both at the same time or, as Alan Gordon's program is being amalgamated with the SEP, it might be good to read through it after you've completed the SEP as this would refresh and reinforce things - and you'd see what, if anything, hasn't been incorporated into the SEP that might therefore be new to you. (With me though I read Alan Gordon's program first and then started the SEP, but that's because I hate writing stuff down/'journaling'.)
Sorry, I'm afraid I don't know whether there are any forum rules about saying where we live. I've told some people what part of England I'm from when I've private messaged them via this forum, but on the forums themselves I just stick to saying that I'm from England. (Forum members can private message/'start a conversation' with another forum member by clicking on their own inbox, which is at the top of the page.)
Welcome to the forums, by the way!
Thanks, I think I will do sep first so I'm focusing on one thing. I quite like writing things down, I found a couple of weeks ago I started crying which was good. Thanks for the welcome
I think that's a good idea as the SEP is quite a lot of work in itself. The fact that you cried is indeed a good sign! Good luck with the programme(s).
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