When it comes to pelvic pain and women's health, it can be challenging to find reliable and evidence-backed information.
Our team consists of therapists, doctors, educators, and researchers who work collaboratively to ensure all we do is, and will always be, underpinned by science.
Claudia carried out the UK's first PhD focused on Vulvodynia at King's College London, funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR).
Claudia is committed to advancing research and management of persistent pelvic pain. She is an Honorary Research Associate at King's College London and is research advisor of the Vulvar Pain Society.
She regularly publishes research in international journals across different pelvic pain conditions.
She is an internationally recognised expert in persistent pelvic pain.
Rona has been researching and developing interventions in chronic medical conditions for the past 30 years. Her research has been used to design CBT and digital interventions across several health conditions.
She was National Advisor to NHS England for Improving Access to Psychological Therapies for People with Long Term conditions from 2011-2016.
Jilly is an experienced pelvic health physiotherapist who has worked extensively in the NHS, led a private hospital pelvic health service, and opened her own clinic.
She has also sat on the national executive committee for Pelvic, Obstetric, Gynaecological Physiotherapy and has written for international journals. She has specific expertise in pelvic pain, particularly around bladder symptoms.
Ashley is a psychologist and researcher with expertise in psychological interventions for sexual difficulties.
She also provides support for trans, non binary, and gender diverse people.
The first online study to explore Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) in women with Vulvodynia using a digital tool.read more
Our founder Dr Chisari's PhD thesis in Vulvodynia conducted at King's College London, funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research. – the first PhD in Vulvodynia in the UK.read more
This review explores for the first time the role of psychological and social factors in the experience of pain and sexual functioning in women with Provoked Vestibulodynia.read more
This systematic review explores the role of psychosocial factors in Endometriosis, suggesting that these are associated with pain and health-related quality of life.read more