Dr. Frances Anderson & Dr. Eric Sherman
Anderson and Sherman met at the Rusk Institute-New York University Langone Medical Center in 1983, when Dr. Sherman was a clinical psychology intern. Subsequently, they became colleagues, treating people with TMS-pain in collaboration with John E. Sarno, M.D. They graduated from the New York University Postdoctoral Training Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis in 1999. While in analytic training, they identified a need for detailed case material to illustrate techniques for treating TMS-pain, as defined and diagnosed by Dr. Sarno.
Pathways to Pain Relief is a distinctive contribution to the field of pain medicine and mindbody interventions, in that it provides perspectives from therapist and patient on the psychotherapeutic process that can result in relief from TMS-pain.
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