Life’s challenges can feel dark, heavy, or even impossible to deal with. Most people who start Therapy for Chronic Pain feel lost in life on some level, unsure of how to find their way. Perhaps you can relate. Maybe you feel like you want to escape your life or you’re noticing that you complain a lot about feeling stressed, tired, and unfulfilled.
If you live with chronic pain like I do, you know it affects your sleep, your energy, your attention span, and your mood. I also know how difficult it can be to try to explain what chronic pain is like to someone who has never experienced it.
Do any of the following resonate with you?
If these sound true for you, I want you to know that even though you may feel alone, know that many people in your circumstances need support considering the many challenges you are facing. Even if you don’t believe you deserve care, you do. You deserve to take care of yourself.
It’s possible to feel better. Imagine a life where you could…
Therapy for chronic pain consists of 55 or 85-minute, one-on-one sessions that help you work through your concerns. In addition to listening, I will provide guidance based on my experience, I play an active role.
Research shows that therapy for chronic pain can positively change your thinking, beliefs, emotions, and behaviors. It can help you let go of what’s holding you back.
I know how hard and overwhelming chronic pain can be, and how frustrating it can be to navigate our healthcare system. I will listen to you without judgment, and I will be on your side as you learn to accept your body and change your habits and patterns. My passion is to see adults create and recreate healthy relationships with their bodies instead of fighting against them, and learning new ways to live with meaning in the world.
I’ve helped people struggling with chronic pain find their way to feeling more capable. My clients discover that it’s possible to get the spark back and fall in love with life again.
My name is Peter H Addy and I am a therapist with chronic pain who is here to help. I developed fibromyalgia syndrome in my late 20s and know from personal experience both the agony and isolation of living with chronic pain and tools and approaches to learn how to live more fully.
I can provide the support you need to help you find your way towards a grounded, whole life. Even if you’re feeling lost now, I can help guide you in making lasting, positive changes in your life.
After years of physical distancing, you might feel lonely and disconnected from the world and other people. You might be yearning for in-person connection in a safe way.
Therapy for Trauma helps you rise above your challenges and start moving towards your ideal life with less less stress and more calm.
I can help you to focus on how the disappointments of the past and fears of the future affect you here and now, in the present. Together, we can help you find meaning and take care of yourself.
If you have trouble leaving the house, or don’t have any therapists nearby, or have a hard time making and keeping appointments, online video therapy may be for you.