It’s probably safe to say that most people have experienced pain at some point in their lives, be it acute or chronic. . .
. . . and many of us have heard the phrase “mind over matter,” but when it comes to pain, does it actually work?
It turns out that there is a certain area of the brain that plays a big role in pain response.
And according to Kelly McGonigal, there’s one simple way you can help client’s train their brain to deal with pain more effectively.
I hope you’ll check it out. It’s only 4 minutes.
Because our brain and body are intricately connected, knowing how to change the brain can be instrumental for healing, both emotional and physical.
If you’d like to hear more about training your brain just click here.
How have you used mindfulness to help a client? Please let us know in the comment section below.