October 19, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Boulder Egg & I, 2574 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80305
Vicki Ellis teaches others how to train their nervous system to control
chronic pain. Although Vicki has suffered from chronic pain most of her life, she appreciates it because the pain pushed her until she discovered science-based Intrinsic Touch and mindfulness-based techniques to stop her pain. When she teaches her techniques to others, the vast majority are able to control their pain, too.
Vicki studied neurobiology to earn her Biomedical Science/Anatomy Master’s degree from Colorado State University (2001). After using her CB Intrinsic techniques for several years, she applied her training to review dozens of current, peer reviewed, neuroscience research articles regarding how the nervous system processes pain. Her techniques for stopping pain are in line with the research. Sharing that information helps others know these techniques are valid.
Vicki’s book Chronic Pain Control: Altering Reality describes bottom-up (from the source of pain to the brain) and top-down (from the brain to the source of pain) techniques for nearly everyone to control their own pain. It also provides reader-friendly, scientific explanations for how these techniques work, citing dozens of research articles. Through her book, readers learn how and why their nervous system is easily taught to control chronic pain to the point of stopping it for significant periods of time.
Vicki is a lifelong learner with over a dozen years of mostly college science courses, was a research biochemist, taught biomedical science college courses, and serves as a board member of Colorado Association of Psychotherapists. She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado where she currently develops and teaches CB Intrinsic Emotion Management/Conflict Resolution, Stress Recovery, Better Sleep and Chronic Pain Control courses and classes.
Please visit Chronic Pain Control.org and CB Intrinsic.com for more information.
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