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Pain Management 2.0

Presented by Patti Robinson, PhD

Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at 3:00 PM EST


In H.E.A.L. FROM PAIN: FOUR PATHS TO BETTER HEALTH, Dr. Robinson will suggest new strategies based on Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (fACT), neuroplasticity, attention training, and compassion-focused therapy to forge new relationships with patients with persistent pain.


Webinar objectives include:

  • Learn to new phrases to use to engage patients in pain care work that are based on science and informed by personal experience.

  • Use contextual interview questions to gain a quick understanding of the impact of pain on a patient’s body, mind and social experience.
  • Consider a range of intervention options, using the H.E.A.L. approach to conceptualize treatment.
  • Anticipate a population-based care approach to intervening and preventing problems with persistent pain, using transparent tools such as the Bull’s Eye care plan and the My Life on the Matrix care plan.

About the Presenter:


Patti Robinson, PhD

Dr. Patricia J. Robinson began her career in integrated behavioral health care in 1988 as a scientist practitioner investigating delivery of behavioral health interventions for older patients in primary care. She continued her exploration by designing, delivering and evaluating interventions for depressed primary care patients in randomized controlled studies in the 1990’s. Dr. Robinson left her clinical and research positions in Seattle in 1999 to team up with medical providers serving underserved patients in rural Washington state. There, she worked to further refine elements of a model of fully integrated behavioral health care deriving from early consultation clients, including the United States Air Force and Kaiser Permanente. Always striving to disseminate resource-effective, evidence-based treatments for medical and behavioral problems, Dr. Robinson authored books on Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (FACT) as well as how-to guides for implementing, expanding and evaluating fully integrated services. She has provided services to FQHCs and public health departments across America and trained behavioral health and medical professionals in brief interventions across the globe. She resides in Portland, Oregon with her partner and spends her free time mothering her daughters, grand parenting, following the commands of her two Puggles, and practicing (and soon teaching) yoga!



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