Three video lectures on the theme of pain
Chronic pain affects millions of patients. The three lectures in this video bundle provide an intersecting view of how pain affects health, including how pain has been studied in the research literature, how perception affects pain, and the role of trauma and the patient story in effective treatment for pain. Each talk has a specific focus within the theme of pain.
Note: These lectures were recorded at IFM’s 2019 Annual International Conference, and are also available as part of the Proceedings package for that conference.
Dr. Mogil is the author of over 230 journal articles and book chapters since 1992 and has given over 350 invited lectures in that same period.
He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Neal E. Miller New Investigator Award from the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research, the John C. Liebeskind Early Career Scholar Award from the American Pain Society, the Patrick D. Wall Young Investigator Award from the International Association for the Study of Pain, the Early Career Award from the Canadian Pain Society, the SGV Award from the Swiss Laboratory Animal Science Association, the Frederick W.L. Kerr Basic Science Research Award from the American Pain Society, and the Donald O. Hebb Award from the Canadian Psychological Association.
He currently serves as a councilor at IASP and was the chair of the Scientific Program Committee of the 13th World Congress on Pain.
Dr. Rakel is editor of one of the premier texts in this field, titled Integrative Medicine, now in its third edition. He is involved in NIH funding to study the placebo effect and to incorporate healing modalities into medical school curricula. He is board certified in family and holistic medicine, he sits on the board of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine, and he is on the executive committee for the Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine. He has been awarded a number of teaching awards, including the Baldwin E. Lloyd clinical teacher award, the UW Department of Family Medicine faculty excellence award, the Marc Hansen lecture award, and the resident teacher-of-the-year award. He has a certificate of added qualification in sports medicine and is certified in interactive guided imagery.
He enjoys exploring complex systems and developing insight into how each person can find a path towards health.
In 2010, she was awarded the ACATA Administrator of the Year Annual Award for her significant achievement in the field of addiction treatment administration. Shortly thereafter, she was selected as the2012 Behavioral Healthcare Champion in recognition of her life-changing therapy, services, and support to Americans who suffer from mental health and substance abuse disorders. Her book, The Trauma Heart: We Are Not Bad People Trying to Be Good, We Are Wounded People Trying to Heal—Stories of Survival, Hope, and Healing, was published in 2017 by HCI books.
Judy believes that persistent addictions, chronic relapse,and repetitive self-sabotage are often the result of unresolved trauma. Healing occurs when we identify the “root cause” of addiction. She often says, “You have to unravel the trauma story to understand the addiction story and write the recovery story.”
The Guest House Ocala, which she co-founded, has been a labor of love. Its creation is a combination of every healing moment within her lifelong service and commitment to others. Her continued work is motivated by both unrelenting vigor and fixed determination. Her passion and purpose have collided.