Being at war with chronic pain is hell! In order to experience positive pain management people need to stop fighting their pain and start learning what their pain is trying to tell them. This is the first step towards developing effective chronic pain management and true Freedom from Suffering NOW!
Chronic pain is difficult as a result of a complex combination of physical, psychological, and social problems. Pain disorders can also be complicated by other serious issues that must be addressed to successfully manage the pain disorder. At Freedom from Suffering NOW, we offer people who have become depressed and feel a deep sense of hopelessness an opportunity to find that light at the end of the long dark tunnel of pain their life has become
With over 30 years of experience and expertise in the field, Dr. Grinstead specializes in challenging cases focused on chronic pain with coexisting psychological disorders, including addiction. He believes in a collaborative treatment approach to facilitate effective interventions and strategies to increase positive outcomes.
As a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC#37823), and a nationally recognized expert in addictive disorders and Advanced Certification in Relapse Prevention, Dr. Grinstead offers the following services in his Sacramento office.
- Pain Focused Psychotherapy
- Assessment & Treatment Planning
- Empowerment Recovery Therapy
We also offer phone and video coaching services using Skype. Please contact us for a free 15 minute consultation to see if we can support you either in our Sacramento office or remotely. You can also submit specific questions to us using the form below.
Couples & Family Therapy
When loved ones are in chronic pain and have abuse or addiction problems, it affects the entire family and social system. This is why Dr. Grinstead and his referral partners also provide multidisciplinary support to help family members manage their feelings of frustration, learn how to communicate in healthier ways, and create a more loving supportive family environment.
If you are living with someone suffering with chronic pain and want more information please visit the Family and Friends page.
If you have any questions, please use the form below: