Is it possible to experience sexual healing after Serious Injury, Illness, or Disability?
Devi speaks with Dr. Mitchell Tepper on the secrets to pleasure and orgasm discovered from laboratory studies with people who have spinal cord injuries and how to access great sex regardless of illness, disability, advancing age, or sexual dysfunction. Join us for this enlightening discussion!
In this episode you will learn:
- How to experience pleasure and sexual healing after serious injury or illness
- How even with spinal cord injuries you can still have a thriving sex life
- How to move from pain to pleasure around your sexuality
- Why having a healthy relationship to sex is so important
- The myths many people believe about sex after suffering from injury or illness
ABOUT DR. TEPPER
Dr. Tepper is an internationally recognized expert on sexuality and disabilities. Ever since becoming paralyzed at age 20, he has dedicated his life to helping others take pleasure in their sexuality in the face of serious injury or illness. A self-proclaimed “Prophet of Pleasure,” Dr. Tepper’s research has focused on pleasure and orgasm in people with spinal cord injury. He has translated his findings and life experiences into profound insights on sexual relationships that he has shared with professional and lay audiences throughout the world via writing, speaking, training, coaching, counseling and consulting. Over the last 7 years, he has been a leading advocate and resource for the provision of sexual health care for our nation’s Wounded Warriors and their intimate partners. Dr. Tepper has a Master of Public Health from Yale University and a PhD in Human Sexuality Education from the University of Pennsylvania. He is an AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator and Sexuality Educator Consultant, AASECT Certified Sexuality Counselor, and licensed PAIRS Instructor. He is called on regularly by the media and has been featured on CNN, Discovery, PBS, Huffington Post Live, and in popular press, including The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, GQ, and AARP. Dr. Tepper is committed to help anyone regain that feeling.