The Tiger at the Door: The Relationship between Trauma and Chronic Pain
October 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDTFree
While having a history of trauma in one’s life does not predict the development of chronic pain, the two are highly correlated by both research and clinical practice. Come learn what trauma is and isn’t, one theory of how it develops, and how it impacts the nervous system, increasing the risk of developing not just psychological struggles later but also physical ones including chronic pain. A brief overview of treatment options for both will also be discussed. There will be ample time for questions and answers.
There will be time for questions and answers.
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Watch the “Pain is Not a Four-Letter Word” webinar
Watch the first webinar in this series on pain. This introduction to pain management will cover what chronic pain is and isn’t, different types of pain and their importance, one theory of how chronic pain develops, the basics of how pain management works, and realistic expectations for various treatment approaches.
About Babette Reeves, MA, MSW, LCSW
Babette Reeves is a Behavioral Health Specialist at South River Community Health Center, specializing in work with patients with chronic pain and trauma. Her training includes completion of Level I in trauma specific Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, residency in Clinical Pastoral Education at Williamsport Regional Medical Center, PA, and internship in integrated care at St. Anthony North Hospital and Family Practice in metro Denver. She has worked in medical education, emergency departments, hospice, addiction services, private doctor’s offices, and intermediate care facilities.
Babette has spoken at national, regional, state, and local conferences as well as been a poster presenter at the Oregon OPAT Pain Conference and at the American Academy of Pain Medicine. She earned her MSW from the University of North Dakota, MA in Education from Princeton Theological Seminary, and BA in Psychology from Queens University. Oregon is the eighth state that she has called home, but her accent remains from her growing up years in metro Atlanta.