Take Courage Coaching
In the summer of 2005, a violent, work-related, rollover car accident in Montana’s remote Big Hole Valley caused a C4 spinal cord injury that nearly took Becky’s life. After the fight to stay alive and months of recovery from physical injuries, she began suffering excruciating, burning nerve pain. As the chronic central pain reached its peak two years later, she faced the hopelessness of living the rest of her life in constant, horrific pain. Narcotics soon lost their effectiveness and made coping more difficult.
Becky went through a pain clinic where she learned pain was an experience she could improve. She continued to research pain and collaborate with her medical specialists. But she recognized a piece that was missing for most people in pain: ongoing support and learning how to personally manage pain. She developed a program—Take Courage Coaching™—to help people in pain achieve the skills she used. She has presented her coaching experiences and the TCC™ program at State and International conferences such as PAINWEEK. Her presentations are sought by physician groups, caregivers, and payer groups; and she has trained groups—including providers at Vanderbilt Dayani Center for Health and Wellness at Vanderbilt Medical Center—to incorporate pain-specific coaching into patient care. She relishes living in Montana with her husband, and loves to travel.
14 Miles From Wisdom: things I Learned By Accident 14 Miles from Wisdom Montana I began a fateful journey into the facts and personal realities of chronic pain. In an instant a rollover car accident left me partially paralyzed from the neck down and in constant burning nerve pain. In my quest for a cure […]