For information and reading suggestions about pain management these are some of the resources that Dr. Grinstead recommends. Many of these are also in the bibliography section of several of Dr. Grinstead’s published books.
Barrett, S., et al. (2006) Consumer health: A guide to intelligent decisions. Columbus, OH: McGraw-Hill.
Boriskin, J. (2004). PTSD and addiction: A practical guide for clinicians and counselors. Center City, MN: Hazelden.
Campbell, J. et al. (2006). Emerging strategies for the treatment of neuropathic pain. Seattle, WA: International Association for the Study of Pain.
Carr, D., Loeser, J., & Morris, D. (2005). Narrative, pain, and suffering. Seattle, WA: IASP Press.
Catalano, E., & Hardin, K. (1996). The chronic pain control workbook: A step-by-step guide for coping with and overcoming pain. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger.
Caudill, M. (2001). Managing pain before it manages you. New York: Guilford Press.
Chino, A., & Davis, C. (2000). Validate your pain: Exposing the chronic pain cover-up. Stanford FL: Health Access Press.
Cleveland, M. (1999). Chronic illness and the twelve steps: A practical approach to spiritual resilience. Center City, MN: Hazelden.
Colvin, R. (2002). Prescription drug addiction: The hidden epidemic. Omaha, NE: Addicus Books.
Corey, D., & Solomon, S. (1989). Pain: Free yourself for life. New York: Penguin Books USA.
Davis, M. Eshelman, E. R., & McKay, M. (1995) The relaxation & stress reduction workbook, fourth edition. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, Inc.
Deardorff, W. (2004) The psychological management of chronic pain. Continuing Ed Courses.Net: www.continuingedcourses.net.
Deardorff, W., & Reeves, J. (1997). Preparing for surgery: A mind-body approach to enhance healing and recovery. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, Inc.
Egoscue, P. (1998). Pain Free: A revolutionary method for stopping chronic pain. New York, NY: Bantam.
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Ford, N. (1994). Painstoppers: The magic of all-natural pain relief. West Nyack, NY: Parker.
Fuhr, A. (1995). Activator methods chiropractic technique: The science and art. Today’s Chiropractic, July/August, 48-52.
Gatchel, R. & Turk, D. (1996). Psychological approaches to pain management. New York, London: The Guilford Press.
Gorski, T. (2010). Straight talk about suicide. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Gorski, T. (2006). Depression and relapse: A guide to recovery. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Gorski, T. & Grinstead, S., (2010) Relapse prevention therapy workbook: Revised, updated, and simplified. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Gorski, T. & Grinstead, S., (2006) Denial management counseling workbook, revised. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Gorski, T., & Grinstead, S. (2000) Denial management counseling professional guide. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Grant, M. (2005). Pain control with EMDR: An information processing approach. Submitted for publication.
Grinstead, S. & Gruber-Grinstead E. (2013). Freedom from suffering: A journey of hope E-book. Self-Published.
Grinstead, S. & Gruber-Grinstead E. (2013). Freedom from suffering: E-Workbook. Self-Published.
Grinstead, S. & Gruber-Grinstead E. (2011). Freedom from suffering: A journey of hope. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Grinstead, S. (2008). 2nd edition. Addiction-free pain management® recovery guide: Managing pain and medication in recovery. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Grinstead, S. (2007). Managing pain and coexisting disorders: Using the addiction-free pain management® system. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
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Grinstead, S., Gorski, T., & Corbett S. (2007). Eating Addiction: The relapse prevention workbook. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Grinstead, S., Gorski, T., & Messier J. (2006). Denial management counseling for effective pain management. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Grinstead, S. & Gorski, T. (2006). Addiction-free pain management®: Relapse prevention counseling workbook, revised. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Grinstead, S. & Gorski, T. (1999). Addiction-free pain management®: The professional guide. Independence, MO: Herald House/Independence Press.
Khalsa, D. & Stauth, C. (2002). Meditation as medicine: Activate the power of your natural healing force. New York: Fireside.
Kennedy, J., & Crowley, T. (1990). Chronic pain and substance abuse: A pilot study of opioid maintenance. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 7(4), 233-238.
Kingdon, R., Stanley, K. & Kizior, R. (1998). Handbook for pain management. Philadelphia, PA: W. B. Saunders.
Meade, T., et al. (1995). Randomized comparison of chiropractic and hospital outpatient management for low back pain: Results from extended follow-up. British Medical Journal, 311, 349-351.
Melzack, R. and Wall, P. (1965). Pain mechanisms: A new theory. Science, 150, 971-979.
Melzack, R. and Wall, P. (1982). The challenge of pain. New York: Basic Books.
Mersky, H., Loeser, J., & Dubner, R. editors (2005). The paths of pain: 1975-2005. Seattle WA: International Association for the Study of Pain.
Osterbauer, P., et al. (1992). Three-dimensional head kinetics and clinical outcome of patients with neck injury treated with manipulative therapy: A pilot study. Journal of Manipulative Physiological Therapy, 15(8), 501-511.
Pinsky, D., et al. (2004). When painkillers become dangerous. Center City, MN: Hazelden.
Reilly, R. (1993). Living with pain: A new approach to the management of chronic pain. Minneapolis: Deaconess.
Rogers, R., & McMillin, C. (1989). The healing bond: Treating addictions in groups. New York: W W Norton & Company.
Rome, J., (2002). 2nd edition. Mayo clinic on chronic pain. Rochester, MI: Mayo Clinic Health Information.
Rosenfeld, A., (2003) The truth about chronic pain. New York, NY: Basic Books.
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Roy, R. (1992). The social context of the chronic pain sufferer. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Sarno, J. (1998). The mind body prescription: Healing the body healing the pain. New York: Warner Books.
Sarno, J. (1991). Healing back pain: The mind body connection. New York: Warner Books.
Stacy, C. Kaplan, A., & Williams, G. (1992). The fight against pain. New York: Consumers Union.
Stanford, M. (1998) Foundations in behavioral pharmacology: For social workers, psychologists, therapists, and counselors. Santa Cruz, CA: Lightway Centre.
Stimmel, B. (1997). Pain and its relief without addiction. New York: Haworth Medical.
Stimmel, B. (1983). Pain, analgesics, and addictions. New York: Raven.
St. Marie, B. & Arnold, S., Editors (2002). When Your Pain Flares Up. Minneapolis: Fairview Press.
Tennant, F., Shannon J., Nork, J., Sagherian, A., & Berman, M. (1991). Abnormal adrenal gland metabolism in opioid addicts: Implications for clinical treatment. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 23 (2), 135-149.
Turk, D., Rudy, T., & Sorkin, B. (1993). Neglected topics in chronic pain treatment outcome studies: Determination of success. Pain, 53 (1), 3-16.
Wall, P., & Jones, M. (1991). Defeating pain: The war against the silent epidemic. New York: Plenum.
Warfield, C. (1996). Expert pain management. Spring House, PA: Springhouse.
Watkins, J. , & Watkins, H. (1990). Dissociation and displacement : where goes the ouch? American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 33(1), 1-10.
Vertosick, F. (2000). Why we hurt: The natural history of pain. New York: Harcourt.
(2006). Substance Abuse in Brief Fact Sheet. Pain Management Without Psychological Dependence. Summer 2006, Vol 4 Issue 1: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Young, M., & Baar, K. (2002). Women and pain: Why it hurts and what you can do. New York: Hyperion.
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