Testing the Validity of the Pelvic Pain Psychological Screening Questionnaire in people with Persistent Pelvic Pain

Testing the Validity of the Pelvic Pain Psychological Screening Questionnaire in people with Persistent Pelvic Pain

Testing the Validity of the Pelvic Pain Psychological Screening Questionnaire in people with Persistent Pelvic Pain

We are looking for 40 women to help us test whether hypnosis might help with their chronic pelvic pain. Numbers are limited to the first 40 women who volunteer. It would normally be $1500 or more to access this with a psychologist!

We are looking for 20 women to volunteer to test our online hypnosis therapy and 20 controls that will get access to all the materials after 8 weeks. In order to participate, you must be over 18 and have had pelvic pain for over three months. Your pelvic pain could be due to a diagnosed cause or no cause at all. The study will go for 8 weeks and involve filling in progress measures and listening to a hypnosis recording each week. The materials are all provided online and participation is voluntary.

If you are interested, please contact us using the following email address for more information: brota010@mymail.unisa.edu.au

This study is part of a PhD project at the University of South Australia. This project has been approved by the University of South Australia Human Research Ethics Committee (Application ID 202935)

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