1. Investigate two or more reasons why the biomedical approach alone may be ineffective for the low outcome subset of chronic pain clients with coexisting disorders. 2. Evaluate three successful chronic pain management treatment outcomes. 3. Differentiate between the physiological and psychological/emotional pain symptoms and have appropriate management strategies for both types. 4. Develop a treatment plan that helps clients let go of suffering and adequately addresses the psychological/emotional symptoms of their pain. 5. Analyze the needs of clients as they explore the correlation of increased stress and worsening levels of pain and how to develop appropriate relaxation response skills to reduce their levels of stress and the perception of their pain. 6. Categorize at least five of the twelve denial patterns (psychological defense mechanisms) that can sabotage treatment outcomes.
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