Retrain Your Pelvic Pain

Living with pelvic pain can cause increased stress levels, as well as mood disorders such as anxiety and depression. This effect is cyclical, as higher stress has been shown in studies to worsen physical pain.

In this course, you will learn techniques and best practices on how to manage your pelvic pain. Sign up for your free screening to determine if the class is right for you.

Your Professor

Alexandra Milspaw Ph.D., M.Ed., LPC

Dr. Alexandra T. Milspaw is a licensed professional counselor in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and an AASECT-Certified Sex Therapist who has been practicing counseling, as well as providing educational seminars and training sessions, since 2007. Dr. Milspaw earned her Masters’s and Doctoral degree in Human Sexuality from Widener University and a Masters’s degree in Counseling Psychology and Human Services from Lehigh University. She is also certified in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Consulting Hypnosis, and the Explain Pain educational program from the Neuro-Orthopaedic Institute of Australia. She joined the behavioral health team at Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine in 2021.

A strong believer in holistic, comprehensive healing, Dr. Milspaw is passionate about bridging the gap between the psychological and medical worlds. She seeks to utilize evidence-based research to highlight the connection between the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual experiences as a way of empowering clinicians and clients alike to trust the healing potential within everyone.

Join This Course Today!

6 Week Course
6-8pm EST
10am-12pm EST
11am-1pm EST

To sign up email: [email protected]

100% Online

Anyone from anywhere can participate. Drop-ins welcome but note that information will build each week.


Why Take This Course

This 6-week program provides a comprehensive understanding of chronic pelvic pain and how to retrain your brain to unlearn pain. Participants will receive the most up-to-date information on the the following topics:

1. Neurobiology of chronic pain, specifically pelvic and sexual pain disorders

2. Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy techniques

3. Neuro-Linguistic Programming techniques and other brain exercises proven to reduce pain and improve resiliency