Dr. Shari Corbitt, founder and director of Awakenings Treatment Center, and expert in Eating Disorders, Chronic Pain, and Complex Trauma, visited with Dwight Hurst on The Broken Brain™ Podcast.
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Dr. Shari shares information about the frustrations, misunderstandings, and lack of compassion that many face when dealing with chronic pain. The Broken Brain Podcast host and producer, Dwight Hurst, says, “She taught me a lot about the hope, thriving, and support that can (and should) be there for those working with pain, and how important an understanding of PTSD and trauma is to understanding and experiencing treatment.”
About The Broken Brain ™ Podcast
Don’t just blow your mind, Break Your Brain! It’s too interesting of a world to be bored. The Broken Brain ™ Is a podcast with a psychological view of life & culture. Look at the world through a psychotherapist’s lens as we discover more about creativity, culture, and mental health. The podcast examines Trauma, Addiction, Mental Illness, Advocacy, Art, Film, and popular culture. Interviews with groundbreakers in the treatment world, panel discussions on mental health subjects, deep dives into therapy techniques, and much more. All with stupid jokes sprinkled throughout.
About Dr. Shari Corbitt and Awakenings Treatment Center
Dr. Corbitt and the Awakenings Treatment Center clinical team are excellent at reducing pain levels. You will work on physical, mental, and spiritual components to achieve pain relief, learn techniques to manage the pain long term, and return to performing many of the tasks that you haven’t been able to do or enjoy for years.
Instead of focusing solely on physical tissue damage or the psychological effects of pain, Awakenings Treatment Center takes into account one’s overall health. Patients take home a comprehensive set of new skills, insights, and resources to sustain the journey of recovery. Awakenings Treatment Center helps people heal from the debilitating pain. That includes all the patterns that can be repeated in daily life, emotional experiences, and all aspects of day-to-day living.
To discover a new chronic pain treatment pathway, contact us today or call 855-717-3268.