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Women and Pain: Taking Control and Finding Relief

There’s a gender gap when it comes to pain. Women have more frequent, longer lasting, and severe pain than men. For instance, one national survey found that while about 16 percent of white men and 8 percent of black men reported severe pain, those numbers jumped to about 22 percent for white women and 11 percent for black women, respectively.

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Journaling Through Pain & Trauma: Writing about a past traumatic experience

A COMPANION PIECE TO Women and Pain: Taking Control and Finding Relief

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Journaling Through Pain & Trauma: Writing about the Experience of Pain

A COMPANION PIECE TO Women and Pain: Taking Control and Finding Relief

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Depression Pocket Guide

The Depression Pocket Guide gives providers and patients the information they need when treating depression with an integrative approach Download the guide to see how integrative health approaches can be incorporated with treating depression.

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Breathwork Pocket Guide

Breathwork Therapy Pocket Guide gives providers and patients the information they need when advising patients to seek out a new mind-body practice to control their breathing. Download the guide to see how Breathwork can be incorporated into integrative patient care.

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Art Therapy Pocket Guide

Art Therapy Pocket Guide gives providers and patients the information they need when advising patients to seek out art therapy. Download the guide to see how art can be incorporated into integrative patient care.

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