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The Sexual Voice

The Sexual Voice

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August 19th 2016:Where's the Sex?- When things don't work

What physical difficulties get in the way of us having sex? It can be pelvic sexual pain for women and at times for men. In men it can be an erection issue - either - not hard or hard enough, orgasm is too quick or too slow. When these issues get in the way of our “sexual basic need” what is it like for us, our partner and the relationship. Join our show to hear from Dr. Caroline Pukall from Ontario Canada and Dr. Stanley Althof in Florida. Both are are sex therapists, educators, researchers and authors. Listen to learn more and hear a client’s journey from where’s the sex to finding the sex.

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Dr. Caroline Pukall

Dr. Caroline Pukall, a Clinical Psychologist, is Professor of Psychology, Director of the Sexual Health Research Laboratory (sexlab.ca), and Director of the Sex herapy Service (Psychology Clinic) in the Department of Psychology at Queen’s University. Her research focuses on human sexuality, with a particular focus on vulvodynia, sexual difficulties, male and female sexual arousal, and diverse relationships. In the Sex Therapy Service, Caroline trains student therapists on sex therapy techniques for clients who have sexual and/or gender issues.
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Dr. Stanley Althof

Dr. Stanley Althof earned a PhD in clinical psychology from Oklahoma State University. He completed an internship in clinical psychology at University Hospitals of Cleveland and his postgraduate work at the Menninger Foundation. He’s the Executive Director of the Center for Marital and Sexual Health of South Florida, the Consulting Staff of Good Samaritan Hospital and is also Professor Emeritus at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He and his two former partners were the 2005 recipients of the prestigious Masters and Johnson Lifetime Achievement Award. He has been in clinical practice and research for over 30 years with the research focusing on the psychosocial aspects
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