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About psychological services website provides free information regarding bladder and bowel anxieties. This information has been developed and provided by Associate Professor Simon Knowles, a researcher and Clinical Psychologist based at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Associate Professor Knowles is a recognised leading expert in the area of Psychogastroenterology.

This website and Associate Professor Simon Knowles cannot provide individual medical advice or recommendations regarding your health or healthcare. Always seek advice regarding your health with a qualified health professional.

Associate Professor Knowles has developed several eHealth resources that provide comprehensive and accurate expert-reviewed sources of information and evidence-based psychologically-focused resilience programs, see: for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) for Gastroparesis

For further information about Associate Professor Knowles and his research, please go to or his university profile HERE.

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Advertising and funding: This website does not advertise or solicit commercial products or services. This website is funded and maintained by Associate Professor Simon Knowles.

Conflict of interest/Competing interests: Associate Professor Simon Knowles has received funding and payments from several foundations and pharmaceutical companies. Websites developed by Associate Professor Simon Knowles have no commercial, financial, professional relationship with other organizations or with the people working with them. It is the policy of not to advertise or solicit commercial products or services. If any conflict of interest occurs, it will be clearly identified here.



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