Injury & Pain Psychology Training
All of our training is:
- Delivered by Caroline Marlow, our personable, BPS Chartered Practitioner Psychologist with a specialism in injury and pain.
- Adaptable to your organisation’s specific needs.
- Available face-to-face. 1 hour education sessions with Q&As are also available on-line.
What Everyone Needs to Know About Injury and Pain
Reducing Back Pain: What Everyone Should Know
What HR & Senior Management Need to Know About Injury and Pain
Staff Workshop Series: Understand and Reduce Your Pain
A Guide to Managing Those with Pain
Creating A Strong Recovery Environment (Sports Organisations Only)
The Psychology of Injury and Pain Recovery: What Everyone In Sport Needs to Know
Prefer embedded support? Available to your staff 24/7?
We can provide company-specific videos, info blogs, or regular online ‘Info and Q&A’ sessions to embed pain and injury support into your staff wellbeing support programmes. Contact us to discuss what you’d like.
SG, Head of People & Culture, Europe and Asia, a global pension company.
“Caroline presented ‘What Everyone Needs to Know About Injury & Pain’ to our HR offices in London, Toronto and Hong Kong. It was fascinating: A real eye-opener to hear the science of injury and pain and useful to know what we should encourage our staff to do. It led to a good discussion of simple ways we can prevent and reduce pain in the office and at home.”
Flo Pietzsch, Principle Lecturer/Lead MSc Strength & Conditioning, University of Brighton (former S&C Coach for the LTA & England Institute of Sport)
“Caroline delivers a great interactive lecture and I would thoroughly recommend her to all. The topic of the psychology of pain and injury is not typically covered in conventional sports science related courses.”
Staff Workshop Series Feedback
Shows all attendees on our last course rated the following at least 4 out of 5
(0 = Not at All; 5 = Definitely Agree).
The course has helped me:
- Understand what is happening inside me when I have pain.
- Understand the causes of my pain.
- Know what I need to do to manage and reduce my pain.
- Feel more in control of reducing my pain.
- Feel more hope for a pain-reduced future.