As a somatically-oriented psychologist I am always on the look-out for new resources to support my clients' recovery. Dr. Levine and Dr. Phillips have provided in this new CD a compilation of outstanding exercises which empower clients in their efforts to address their pain issues, either on their own or in combination with other therapeutic approaches. Each of the exercises offers a somewhat different strategy or builds on a unique capacity which helps with pain management, such as focused attention, body awareness, mindfulness, attending to positive sensation, among many others. Clients can then select and practice the kinds of exercises which address their specific pain problems and which work best for them. Drs. Levine and Phillips intersperse the presentation of exercises with educational material which builds clients' understanding of the causes for and influences on pain and offer explanatory information for how the various exercises work to help alleviate painful sensations. I am grateful to have such a helpful resource to offer clients suffering from chronic pain issues. The level of success clients are reporting from using the CD is impressive and along with this I have seen a return of hopefulness and self-efficacy as clients grow in their own capacity to create more positive states. Their lives can begin to return to more normalcy as they are less limited by the experience of pain. A must-have for anyone dealing with pain or for clinicians working with chronic pain in their practices.