Mastering chronic pain: a professional's guide to behavioral treatment
The Professional's Guide describes a structured, time-limited, and group-based pain program built on the principles of cognitive/behavioral therapy and rehabilitation. Includes many forms, illustrations, questionnaires, checklists, and letters which may be copied for use with your patients.
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Goals of the Program
Mood and Personality Measures
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