About the Course
Are you or someone you love suffering from chronic pain symptoms? Is cancer, musculoskeletal disorder or neurological disease causing misery and inconvenience in your life?
Typical chronic pain symptoms include back pain, neck pain, knee pain, migraine, ulcers, etc… And it often comes with sleep disorders. People who suffer from chronic pain might experience insomnia and know how difficult it can be to get a good night’s sleep.
Apart from expensive medication and treatments, you can actually relieve your pain in a natural way. In this course, Dr. Albert Chan will let you understand chronic pain from a psychological point of view. You will learn techniques to manage your pain, as well as treatments of insomnia to improve sleeping quality.
What You Will Learn
Understand chronic pain and acute pain.
Debunk the myths about chronic pain.
The relationship between chronic pain and sleep disorder.
The health consequences of sleep problems.
Treatments for effective chronic pain relief and management.
Treatments for insomnia to improve your sleeping quality.
Methods of relaxation, self-hypnosis and adjustment of mentality.
Who This Course Is For
Anyone suffering from chronic pain that you have been unable to find a cure for.
Anyone whose friends or family suffer from chronic pain and you want to help them.
Cancer, musculoskeletal disorder or neurological disease patients suffering from chronic pain.
Anyone experiencing insomnia due to chronic pain and wants to get a good night’s sleep.
Anyone who wants relief from chronic pain and improves sleeping quality.
Anyone who wants to find natural ways to relieve chronic pain symptoms.
Dr. Albert Chan is an experienced psychology professor with over 30 years of clinical practice and teaching in places such as Canada, US, HK, Taiwan and China. He is a Clinical and Counselling Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Approved Supervisor providing a wide range of clinical training, personal coaching, corporate management and training to organisations including government departments, non-profit organisations and private corporations.
Dr. Chan practices across the fields of social work, clinical psychology, marriage and family therapy, sex therapy and management consultation and training. He offers inspiring insights that cultivate participants’ strengths and motivation to develop innovations and practical solutions. Albert taught both undergraduate and graduate psychology programs at various universities in Hong Kong and China and was the Head and Professor of the School of Psychology, Gratia Christian College.