Is chronic pain making everyday life a challenge? If your chronic pain has you feeling depressed, unworthy, moody, or otherwise out of sorts, chronic pain therapy is an option you should explore.
With a chronic pain therapist, you’ll be able to explore your mental state and learn coping skills to help you feel better.
The effects of chronic pain are more than physical; they often affect your mental and emotional well-being. Here are some chronic pain effects that therapy can help to remedy:
You may not experience all of these symptoms, but if you’re experiencing any of these and they’re affecting your life, it’s time to consider therapy. If you’re interested in how therapy can help, read licensed therapist Stephanie Rodenberg-Lewis’s article about how to fully live life with a chronic illness.
Under the direction of a licensed mental health professional, you can begin to regain your emotional and mental health. Mental Health Match can help you find a local therapist or counselor in minutes! Start by browsing chronic pain experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.
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