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CBT for Health Related Issues

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CBT for Health Related Issues

Alongside working with more generalised psychological difficulties Pam works and specialises in therapeutic and rehabilitative management of multiple chronic health conditions.  Pam has worked with a plethora of different physical health disorders from life limiting genetic disorders to medically unexplained functional disorders.

Where applicable, safe, and appropriate, Pam helps with any rehabilative strategies for the recovery from chronic health issues where this is realistic to do so.

Where recovery is not possible, Pam helps people with rehabilitation for the management and slowing of their condition and/or symptoms.  She can also help with the management of deconditioning associated with reduced movement and activity.

Alongside any rehabilitive strategies, Pam helps with the emotional distress that physical limitations can burden people with.  She helps detangle any emotional issues that might be behaving as accelerator factors, worsening a person’s symptoms and making them more difficult to live with.

Pam helps people that are living with chronic conditions connect with their values, and aides them to move forward with positive steps around the things that they can control, whilst helping them achieve a more peaceful relationship with the symptoms they can’t control.

My Areas of Specialism

Below are a few examples of some of the conditions Pam has received specialised training in to enable her to work with both the rehabilitation strategies and psychological tools required to help people safely cope,manage, and hopefully improve from their symptoms:


Chronic Fatigue Syndromes (CFS/M.E.) and its variants including:

  • Over Training Syndrome
  • Da Costa’s Syndrome
  • Long Covid
  • Post Sepsis Syndrome
  • Late Lyme Disease

Chronic Pain conditions including:

  • Fibromyalgia
  • Regional Pain Issues
  • Chronic Back Pain
  • Branches of Chronic Arthritis

Chronic Dizziness including:

  • Labyrinthitis
  • Vestibular Neuritis
  • BBPV
  • Migraine Associated Vertigo, including Vestibular Migraine
  • Uncompensated Dizziness (Sensory Integration Dysfunction)
  • Meniere’s disease
  • Dizziness from central issues where there is associated dizziness or balance issues such as in Ataxia

Functional Neurological Disorders (FND) subtypes:

  • Functional Movement Disorders
  • Conversion Disorder
  • Psychogenic Seizures
  • Non-Epileptic Seizures