As a sex therapist, researcher, and author of sex therapy books, I’ve spent my professional life helping clients heal the wounds, celebrate the joys, and even embrace the mysteries of spiritual sex. Now it’s time to expand the practice of sex therapy—beyond medical and behavioral concepts to a more integrative approach.
I invite you to check out my new blog, download my e-book, have a look at my sex therapy trainings, workshops, and teleseminar—and contact me about individual supervision and sex therapist certification.
ISIS Teleseminar Series for Creative Professionals
Ongoing inspiration and support for health providers and educators who have experienced an ISIS training, or read Expanding the Practice of Sex Therapy
April 23, May 21, June 18, Sept 24, Oct 22, Nov 19, 2014
6 AASECT CEs
By Telephone from anywhere on the planet
Six session series; join at any time, the entire series is recorded
Information and Registration
WATCH Gina as she invites YOU to attend her upcoming teleseminar series
Latest Sex News
With expiration of the global development framework, the Millennium Development Goals, at the close of 2015, there was an apparent resistance to the inclusion of key Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) concerns. As The Open Working Group (OWG) for Sustainable Development Goals worked to develop sustainable development goals, concerned parties hoped to see […]
A recent $200,000 grant awarded by the MacArthur Foundation to the Center for Genetics and Society (CGS), and Our Bodies Ourselves (OBOS), will shed some light on the growing industry of assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs). Both agencies will focus their energies on filling the information holes that too many families and “gestational mothers” have fallen into […]
Is it really necessary to make a yearly appointment with a gynecologist, intent on placing cold instruments in uncomfortable places — just to “check up” on things? Maybe not. If you are healthy, the American College of Physicians suggests that regular pelvic exams are not nearly as necessary as we’ve been led to believe. Based […]