Shifting from “having IBS” to “have had IBS” is the goal of Dr. Jennifer Franklin (Ph.D., MACP).
In this podcast, Dr. Jennifer Franklin (Ph.D., MACP) and I spoke about her unique perspective on how therapy can help people with functional GI disorders. Relationship healing plays a large role in dealing with IBS and this is often something that is addressed by therapy. The relationship that you have with your IBS is something that is worth exploring and as Dr. Franklin (Ph.D., MACP) refers to, as “shifting your patterns”. Dr. Franklin wants patients to feel hopeful and she created the website DontHateYourGuts.com to help patients to be inspired to seek healing and not just symptom management.
Dr. Franklin (Ph.D., MACP) offers psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families that she sees on a regular basis as well new patients that she might see for an individual consultation. She is currently working on a webinar series and is involved in writing a book as well as some YouTube videos.
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