Bliss is an Australian website with a holistic approach to women’s sexuality, sexual wellness and menstrual health. Founded by Jodie, a sexologist, Bliss’ mission is to help women, and those that love them, to tap into pleasure, explore their sexual selves, whatever their age, sexuality, health or relationship status without taboo or shame. Products include the Ohnut for painful penetrative sex, toys for pleasure as well as Australian made eco-menstrual products. Books include a wide selection to suit everyone, including sex after 60, anal sex and self-sexual healing. Ask your WHRIA practitioner for the link to the WHRIA exclusive collection and a 15% discount code. You can book a confidential online sex education session with Jodie via the website.
EndoActive helps women and girls with Endometriosis by empowering them with knowledge and information. They are passionate about gathering and sharing evidence-based research, and connecting women and girls with endo.
Pain scientists are starting to think differently about pain and its causes. And they’re making exciting discoveries…This great new website explains via cute videos, how to use the latest neuroscience in your everyday life to reduce your pain. Follow this up with the Permission to Move online program
The eCentre Clinic is specialist research clinic and a not-for-profit initiative of Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. State-of-the-art free online treatment Courses for people with symptoms of worry (GAD), panic, social anxiety (Social Phobia), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), stress, depression, low mood and other health conditions including chronic pain. They offer FREE access to these treatment courses via participation in clinical trials, throughout the year.
Endometriosis Australia is a nationally accredited charity that endeavours to increase awareness about endometriosis in Australia, provide education, and help fund endometriosis research.
Endometriosis Australia strives to build strong relationships with existing endometriosis support networks throughout the country.
Permission to Move is a set of tools to treat chronic pain. It is an online course for patients looking to overcome their chronic pain, and it is a collection of resources for clinicians to use in practice.
Jean Hailes is Australia’s leading and most trusted women’s health organisation, and contains a wealth of information, including endometriosis, PCOS, menopause, pelvic floor and more, for patients and health professionals.
Full of useful information for women, men, teens, health professionals about pelvic pain, including research; events; books; links and more.
The Agency for Clinical Innovation has developed an amazing collection of information in all formats: videos, downloads, networks, links and more.
The website is designed to help you gain a better understanding of your pain. The site contains information to enable you to develop skills and knowledge in the self-management of your pain in partnership with your healthcare providers.