Trauma and Endometriosis: The unspoken common denominator

Join Peter Pruyn. Peter Pruyn, LMHC, (pronounced “prine”) is a trauma psychotherapist, EMDR Consultant, and author who specializes in working with female survivors.  He is in private practice in Northampton, Massachusetts and has a research interest in treating endometriosis pain with EMDR (Eye-Movement, Desensitization, and Reprocessing).  His writing can be found at peterpruyn.medium.com.

An article summarizing many of the trauma treatment concepts I mentioned: Calming the Fear of Seeing a Trauma Therapist: https://tinyurl.com/n3nn3ezn

The case study of treating endo pain with EMDR I quoted from: Treating Endometriosis Pain with EMDR: https://tinyurl.com/yyys4sw6

What is EMDR?: https://tinyurl.com/y6jkmpwc

How to Find a Good EMDR Therapist: https://tinyurl.com/y7qtc4rn

The survivor advocacy organization I mentioned, PAVE (Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment): https://www.shatteringthesilence.org/

This is one of the most powerful pieces The Endometriosis Summit has ever produced. Trauma is a huge burden to those with endometriosis and we are grateful for Peter’s time and effort in this piece. We hope to host Pruyn at our annual Endometriosis Summit in March of 2022. 

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