Expert Presentations for Professional People.

These workshops are delivered by BPS Chartered Psychologists with a specialism in injury and pain psychology and can be delivered in person or on-line, and in one-hour sessions or in ½ day/1 day segments.

Anyone can experience pain at any point in their life. For some, pain goes quickly, but for others it becomes prolonged or keeps returning with real negative effect on personal wellbeing and every day work and life activities.

Advances in neuropsychology show:

  • How well and how quickly we respond to pain is key for the best chance of recovery.
  • What we believe and think about pain plays a crucial role in our ability to cope, recover and preserve personal wellbeing.

Based on this research, this presentation or workshop gives understanding of how the body and brain respond to injury and process pain, and gives practical steps of how best to control pain and to return to normal life as quickly as possible.

A series of educational, but user-friendly and collaborative workshops where individuals:

  • Gain increased understanding of how the body and brain respond to injury and process pain.
  • Have the opportunity to discuss and consider pain-reduction technique application.
  • Gain/give social support.

For maximum results, workshops can be supplemented with Pain Management Mentoring to enable more personalised discussion and change support.

Also, due to the importance of social support for improved coping, L&M can facilitate supportive forums for employees with pain. Here, we use our expertise to educate as required, but also to nurture the sharing of personal experiences, guidance and encouragement.

Managing employees with pain can be difficult, especially when their pain is chronic and affects their work capacity.

Here we:

  • Demystify the experience and myths of being in pain.
  • Help managers consider how to best provide day-to-day support to colleagues with pain.
  • Highlight some of the cultural processes and managerial behaviours that can lead to work-related pain and the manager’s role in preventing pain.

Where Are L&M Based?
We are based in London and the South East of England, but can present in person and remotely across the UK and beyond.

Can we help you? Do you have any questions?
Get in touch so that we can listen to your needs and discuss how we can best support you and your employees.