Dr. Aline Zoldbrod is a well-known Boston-based licensed psychologist, individual and couples therapist, and an AASECT certified sex therapist. She is the author of three commercially published books about sexuality and relationships. Her book, SexSmart: How Your Childhood Shaped Your Sexual Life and What to Do About It has been translated into four languages and was recognized as one of the top three sex-help books of the year. She is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program. You can find her at sexsmart.com.
No mental health profession allows therapists to have sex with their patients. It is in each profession’s ethical code of conduct. And it is against the law in most states. [Full Story]
No mental health profession allows therapists to have sex with their patients. It is in each profession’s ethical code of conduct. And it is against the law in most states. [Full Story]
Do you think that women over 50 are through with sex? If so, I have some good news for you. [Full Story]
If you are experiencing new sexual symptoms recently , for instance, difficulty with sexual desire or sexual arousal in either sex, or erectile disorders in men , perhaps anxiety is partly to blame. [Full Story]
Frequently, sex therapy comes down to unearthing secrets that partners are keeping from one another. Unexpressed feelings about bad smells falls squarely into the “secrets” category. [Full Story]
Receiving negative feedback and criticism from sexual partners as an adult is a major source of sexual inhibition for both men and women. [Full Story]
Most of the couples I see who have children feel guilty taking a trip as a pair, even if they can financially afford it and have the possibility of good childcare. [Full Story]
One of the most common reasons people come to see me for sex therapy might surprise you: It’s the fact that in American society, it is so threatening to talk about sex that the members of a couple actually want me in the room as a referee. [Full Story]
Have you ever found yourself wondering whether the conflicts that arise between you and your spouse are normal? I’m fascinated by the research on this topic. [Full Story]
If you’re having a great deal of difficulty enjoying sexual activity and you came from a family in which there were other types of adverse childhood experiences, you may have what I term “Developmental Sexual Trauma.” [Full Story]

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