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Sexology podcast untangles the science of sex and pleasure. Each week, Dr. Nazanin Moali interviews experts, psychologists and researchers to explore the most intriguing findings in psychology of sex and intimacy. Sexology podcast will give you insight into all that you have ever wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask. Join us in this weekly journey to examine sexuality and pleasure from a scientific perspective.
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Mar 27, 2018

Welcome to episode 64 of the Sexology Podcast, today I’m delighted to welcome back Dr. Stacy who appeared in EP07 of the podcast. In this episode, she speaks to me about how our sexuality changes we get older, practices we can use to alleviate discomfort around sexuality as we age and how sex can be better when we're older as we've become more confident with ourselves and our identity.   

Dr. Stacy got into the field of Clinical Sexology because of her passion for helping people better connect and experience the best sexual intimacy with themselves or with their partner(s).  She holds a Doctorate degree in Human Sexuality in addition to a Masters in Clinical Sexology and is a Certified Sex Coach. She is a member of WASC (World Association of Sex Coaching), including ACS (The American College of Sexologists) which shows that she has the earned top credentials in my field. She also has a BA in Psychology and is a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer and Vascular Sonographer.  

She has been a consultant selling adult novelties since 2006 and has had the experience of reaching many men and women to educate them in a fun, positive approach to love, romance and all aspects of sexuality. Her education and own sexual journey and life experience enable her to help you move forward in a positive direction to face the challenges that may lie ahead and to achieve your goals. Coaching is designed to help women, men, of any sexual orientation or gender, address their concerns about sexuality, sexual function, and sexual expression. 

In this episode, you will hear:  

  • The common ways people sexuality changes as we age  
  • The age at which these changes begin to happen  
  • Practices we can use to alleviate discomfort around sexuality as we age  
  • How many of us use sexual toys incorrectly 
  • How our culture doesn’t recognize beauty in women as we age  
  • Confidence issues men will face such as erectile dysfunction  
  • How our fear of aging plays into the issue  
  • Knowing it’s ok to talk about these issues with your physician  
  • How sex can be better when we’re older as we’ve become more confident with ourselves and our identity  

Dr. Moali offers limited time reduced fee online counseling appointment to the Sexology Podcast listeners. Follow the link below if you are interested to book your appointment with Dr. Moali:

https://oasis2care.clientsecure.me/client_portal

 

Resources 

http://www.drstacy.org  

https://www.facebook.com/DrStacySexCoach  

https://www.facebook.com/oasis2care  

https://www.instagram.com/oasis2care  

https://twitter.com/oasis2care  

Mar 20, 2018

Welcome to episode 63 of the Sexology Podcast, my guest today is Liz Dube who talks to us about painful sex during intercourse, potential causes that might lead women experience painful intercourse and the link between sex and power in sexual harassment. 

Liz Dube – Is a Sex and Relationship Therapist, Speaker, and Blogger who is passionate about helping others increase intimacy and sexual satisfaction in their relationships. She loves speaking on any topic related to sex and intimacy and she has a private practice in Long Beach & Huntington Beach, CA where she helps men, women, and couples get empowered about sex.

Men and women often have unrealistic expectations about sex that make them feel inadequate and create a performance focus to sex that leaves them bored, frustrated, and unsatisfied. Liz works with her clients to move past negative, destructive sexual messages, to stop tolerating mediocre sex, and get empowered and excited about having fun in the bedroom and achieving their full sexual potential.

In this episode, you will hear:

  • How common is it for women to experience pain during sexual intercourse?
  • What are some potential causes that might lead women experience painful intercourse?
  • Is that something treatable? What are some of the common treatment?
  • Does this condition get better with aging or childbirth?
  • What are some of the contradictory messages women are receiving about their sexuality from their environments?
  • How these messages impact women's sex drive?
  • What is the link between sex and power in sexual harassment?
  • How does sexual violence against women impact women's and men's sexual functioning?

Dr. Moali offers limited time reduced fee online counseling appointment to the Sexology Podcast listeners. Follow the link below if you are interested to book your appointment with Dr. Moali:

https://oasis2care.clientsecure.me/client_portal

 

Resources

www.talksexwithliz.com

Mar 13, 2018

Welcome to episode 62 of the Sexology Podcast, my guest today is Erika Miley, M.ed., LHMC . In this episode, Erika shares with us why many people experience shame around sexuality, and some of the signs that shame might be getting in the way of good sex.

 

Erika believes in the true power of compassion for the self and for others. Her aim is to be an ambassador of compassion for you and how you can become more compassionate with yourself.  

 

She works with clients from adolescents to adults on various issues including depression, anxiety, sexuality, couples, relationship issues, families. She also works with those who are in monogamous relationships or non-monogamous relationships. 

 

Erika prides herself in her ability to create a safe and welcoming environment for all of her clients. Erika's practice is a LGBTQIA friendly and kink friendly. She also offers coaching and encouragement for new therapists looking to start their own businesses. 

 

She has specific training in sexuality issues, and also has training working with those who have eating disorders or recovery from eating disorders, as well as bariatric surgery clients. Erika looks forward to walking with you down the path to becoming who you are meant to be. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

 

  • Why many of us experience shame around sexuality  
  • The three circles and what they entail  
  • The need to be emotionally safer to have better sex  
  • How deeper change comes from deeper work  
  • Some of the signs that shame might be getting in the way of good sex 
  • The need to look after ourselves physically as well as mentally  
  • Details on Erika’s new Podcast – Sex! The Podcast  

 

Resources 

Mar 6, 2018

Welcome to episode 61 of the Sexology Podcast, my guest today is Dr. Amy Marsh who speaks to us about using hypnosis for management of sexual concerns, the types of people who are a good fit for hypnosis being used around sexuality and five ways erotic hypnosis can help couples.

 

Amy Marsh, EdD, DHS, CH, CI is an AASECT-certified sexuality counselor and clinical sexologist and a certified hypnotist and hypnosis instructor. She holds Doctor of Education (EdD) and Doctor of Human Sexuality (DHS) degrees from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. She is on the advisory board of the World Association of Sex Coaches and teaches two courses for SexCoach U. Her interest in sexuality and reproductive health dates from her teens, when she worked as a pregnancy counselor in a feminist free clinic. 

 

As a hypnosis instructor, Dr. Marsh teaches a 150-hour, online course in Hypnosis for Sexual Concerns. She also teaches workshops to people who want to learn the gentle arts of romantic and erotic hypnosis for their own enjoyment and pleasure. 

 

Dr. Marsh is published in the Electronic Journal of Human SexualityCarnal Nation, and several blogs. Her essay, “Kid Chrysalis,” was included in Rachel Pepper’s anthology, Transitions of the Heart - Stories of Love, Struggle and Acceptance by Mothers of Transgender and Gender Variant Children, published in 2012. She is also a contributor to the Cultural Encyclopedia of the Penis. A collection of some of her Carnal Nation columns, Sex Squicks, was published by Renaissance eBooks in 2013. 

 

Dr. Marsh has presented workshops at several conferences, including AASECT, CatalystCon West, American Counseling Association pre-conference Learning Institutes, the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity, Gender Odyssey, and Gender Spectrum. 

 

Her national television appearances include Good Morning AmericaThe Tyra Banks Show, and two National Geographic Taboo episodes, “Forbidden Love” and “Private Passions.” The topics of most of these programs was Objectum Sexuality. 

 

Dr. Marsh currently has a private practice as a sex counselor and hypnotist in Lake County, CA. Previously she worked in Hawai'i and the SF Bay Area.  

In this episode, you will hear:

 

  • How Amy defines sexual enrichment
  • Using hypnosis for management of sexual concerns
  • The types of people who are a good fit for hypnosis being used around sexuality
  • The difference between using hypnosis for sexual concerns and erotic hypnosis
  • Five ways erotic hypnosis can help couples
  • Common themes Amy found during her research survey in this area

 

Resources

https://amymarshsexologist.com

https://intimate-hypnosis-training.com

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