Chronic pain is considered to be any pain that lasts longer than six months. Chronic pain might start with an injury or an illness, although many people suffer chronic pain without any past injury or evidence of illness. Chronic pain may come and go and can range from mild to agonizing. In addition to the physical symptoms, chronic pain can take an emotional toll. Individuals suffering from chronic pain are more likely to feel depressed, irritable or anxious and may experience other related symptoms, such as insomnia. If you are dealing with pain that won’t go away, a mental health professional can help you learn ways of coping.

Therapists specialising in Chronic Pain or Illness

Amanda Copeland

Cognitive analytic psychotherapist

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Lorri Craig

Psychologist. Therapist Counsellor

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Dr Clarissa Bartlett

Counselling Psychologist

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Emma Russell

Humanistic Integrative Counsellor

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Jake Yearsley

Integrative counsellor

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Kate McGuire

Trauma and Psychosexual Therapist

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Keren Ghitis

Mindfulness based Psychotherapist Senior Trainee (UKCP)

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Sarah Frances

Sensorimotor therapist , Core Process ( Mindfulness based ) UKCP accredited trainee; HCPC registered

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Serena Roche

Psychotherapist

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Will Geffin

We Can Change Integrated Therapy

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Zoe Boylan

Humanistic Counsellor MBACP

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