Understanding and Treating People with Chronic PainApril 16th, 2014
Note: The Mapleton Cafeteria is now closed for breakfast. A light breakfast buffet will now be available in the Flatirons conference room before the program begins.
About The Presentation
About the Presenter
Charles Horowitz Ph.D. began his career with full-time residence at Esalen Institute from 1981-1985. He has M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in clinical psychology with an emphasis on spirituality, and has worked for San Francisco County Mental Health. Inspired by his own chronic pain condition, he has specialized in the treatment of people with chronic illness and pain since 1990. Authors Stephen Levine, Angeles Arrien, and Kathleen Speeth were personal teachers. Charles was Clinical Advisor to the M.S. Quality of Life project from 2004-2009 and is currently a Board Member of NAMI, National Association of Mental Illness, Boulder County Chapter.
Charles has assisted many in their acceptance and lessening of their chronic pain. If you are one of the 116,000,000 who have some kind of chronic pain this talk will be for you.