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******* NEW WEBSITE AND RESILIENCE PROGRAM FOR GASTROPARESIS AVAILABLE NOW *******

Dear users of Gastroparesisclinic.org,

Please be aware that on Thursday 1st of July 2021, Gastroparesisclinic.org will be shut down and users to this domain will be redirected to the new website and free intervention at: 

https://www.Gastroparesis.Mindovergut.com/

In the meantime, please feel free to use this website and psychological support program. Thank you all for the feedback and suggestions. 

If you have any question or concerns, please contact Associate Professor Simon Knowles (sknowles@swin.edu.au).

22nd of March 2021 


The Gastroparesisclinic.org 6 week online psychologically focussed treatment program for Gastroparesisclinic is available free of charge. The treatment program brings together validated psychological treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness therapy; both treatments that have been shown to be effective in reducing the symptom severity and psychological distress associated with Gastroparesis.

With over 50,000 words of content, 35 handouts, 18 information videos and 11 audio files, the psychologically focussed treatment program will provide you with the latest evidence-based psychological treatment for Gastroparesis.

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MORE LINKS

If you are interested in other gastrointestinal-focused information and intervention websites developed and hosted at
Swinburne University of Technology,
please go to:

IBSclinic.mindovergut.com for individuals with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

IBDclinic.mindovergut.com for individuals with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

DISCLAIMER

This website and its content is not intended or recommended as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek advice of your own physician or other qualified health care professional regarding any medical questions or conditions.

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