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councelling for pain

tammycttammyc Posts: 894
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:37 AM in Matters of the Heart
I was just wondering if anyone has ever talked to a councellor about there pain issues? I've had chronic pain for six years now and often think that i need to talk to someone about my constant pain.Like a councellor or a psychologist,i don't know but someone professional who might understand.Has anyone done this because a lot of people on this site need someone to talk to about there pain and problems including me and everyone understands here but why can't the medical profession understand when there supposedly the ones who have all the info on backs and necks and so on.Its like were written off if we have some problem that can't be seen.
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  • I have a Master's Degree in Counseling and I have never talked to anyone except a pain management doctor who suggested I try bio-feedback and the Cymbalta really helped for me. I think it's nice to have a neutral person to talk to if you have the time and money. Get a good recommendation from the college nearby.
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