Bulletin: We are all trying to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Canadian Psychological Association has created several fact sheets in their "Psychology Works" series related to COVID-19:

Coping with and Preventing COVID-19

Psychological Impacts of the Coronavirus

Working from Home During COVID, With and Without Children

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Pain Management

Suggested readings about Pain Management. Return to main Reading List page.

Managing Pain Before it Manages You. (2002) by Margaret Caudill. New York: Guilford.

Dr. Caudill begins by quoting the actor Craig Nelson: “Pain may be mandatory, but suffering is optional.” This is a very useful self-help guide for pain management. It explains pain and the mind-body connection, guides you towards a healthy type of acceptance, teaches you to solve pain related problems, and helps you with both psychological and behavioural management strategies. It contains helpful checklists and worksheets.