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Dr. Laurie Mintz is tenured professor, a licensed psychologist, and a certified sex therapist. She teaches the Psychology of Human Sexuality to hundreds of undergraduate students each year at the University of Florida. She also teaches and mentors graduate students in both their clinical and research training, helping them to find their own niche as psychologists. Dr. Mintz has published approximately 55 research articles in academic journals and eight chapters in academic books. Dr. Mintz is also the author of two highly acclaimed popular press books—both written with the aim of empowering women sexually: Becoming Cliterate: Why Orgasm Equality Matters and How to Get It (HarperOne, 2017) and A Tired Woman’s Guide to Passionate Sex: Reclaim Your Desire and Reignite Your Relationship (Adams Media, 2009). Of note, several small randomized clinical trials published in peer-reviewed scientific journals indicate that individuals who read Dr. Mintz’s books enhance their sexual functioning. Dr. Mintz also writes a popular Psychology Today blog, the goal of which is to provide scientifically accurate, sex-positive information to enhance female pleasure. Dr. Mintz gives presentations nationally to both professionals and lay audiences and is often quoted in national and international media. For over 30 years, she has also maintained a private practice, working with both individuals and couples on general and sexual issues. Dr. Mintz has received numerous professional and teaching awards. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, indicating that her work has had a positive national influence on the field of psychology. You can learn more about her work at www.drlauriemintz.com, or join her on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram, @dlrauriemintz.
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Diminished desire and difficulty orgasming with a partner are the two most prevalent concerns women bring to health-care providers. Additionally, evidence indicates that many women struggle with these concerns, yet only reveal this to clinicians upon being directly asked. Unfortunately, however, too few clinicians have any training in assessing or dealing with these common sexual concerns, even though empirically supported treatments for both exist. This seminar will help you understand the cultural reasons for the high prevalence of these sexual problems among women. You will also become well-versed in the myriad medical, individual, and relational causes underlying both concerns. Most importantly, evidence-based treatments for both diminished desire and orgasm issues will be presented. You will leave this seminar able to assess and intervene with these two common sexual concerns.
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