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This is a compilation of inspirations/resources which reflect how i practice.

Take a look and see if any resonate with you!


Curable App

Subscription-based app with tons of chronic pain information and exercises, created by pain experts. You can try it for free. I can also give another 6 weeks for free to my clients.

Waking Up App

Huge collection of guided meditations and philosophical discussions from the famous neuroscientist Sam Harris. It's subscription-based, but if you email them saying you're struggling financially, they'll give you a year for free (that's what I did when I was in school).


Viktor Frankl, MD

Psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor writes about how we can’t avoid suffering but we can find meaning in life to keep moving forward.

Lindsay C. Gibson, PsyD

If this title resonates with you, I cannot recommend this book enough. This book explains a lot of what we go through as children, and how to manage your relationships as an adult.

Alan Gordon, LCSW

Excellent resource for people who suffer with chronic pain. Lots of information and walks through Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT) to help rewire pain signals.

Gabor Maté, MD

Walks through how stress and repressed emotions play a powerful role in chronic illness with research and moving stories. Many examples which include breast cancer, prostate cancer, multiple sclerosis, and Alzheimer's disease.

Bessel van der Kolk, MD

This is one of the most famous books on trauma and how to heal from it. It goes in depth about how trauma affects the mind and body, and how various mind-body treatments help to break people free from their trauma.

Rachel Zoffness, PhD

This book dives into pain from a biopsychosocial approach, and has a ton of self-guided CBT and mindfulness exercises to help break the pain cycle.


The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW

Very listenable and lovely podcast that talks about the mental health side of chronic pain, and success stories.


My TMS Journey

Free self-guided resource from a former chronic pain sufferer. She sells her own yoga programs, but also has a lot of free classes.

Resources for Resilience

Fantastic “First Aid for Stress & Trauma”. Definitely bookmark this for quick access if you think you might need it.

Youtube Channels


One of the best and oldest Youtube channels for free workout advice.

Dr. Howard Schubiner

Dr. Schubiner is a leader in the chronic pain movement. This is a playlist he made which explains chronic pain very well.

Gravity Transformation

Fantastic evidence-based workout and lifestyle tips to get fit.

Tara Brach, PhD

One of the leaders of meditation in the Western world. Tons of guided meditations and healing discussions.


Entertaining doctor who loves challenging the healthcare system from an “alt-middle” perspective.

My Reading List

Elissa Epel, PhD

The Stress Prescription

Allen Frances, MD

Saving Normal

Mark Manson

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

Gabor Maté, MD

The Myth of Normal

Iain McGilchrist, MD

The Master and His Emissary

Kenneth R. Pelletier, MD

Mind as Healer Mind as Slayer

Meghan Walker, ND (inactive)

Impact Medicine

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