Exploring the Psycho-Social Attitudes of Older Adult Sexuality: Cultural Myths, Misinformation, and Misconceptions

The World Health Organization defines personal sexual health as: “... a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality; it is not merely the absence of disease, dysfunction or infirmity. Sexual health requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable …


The B.L.U.S.H.™ Sexual Addiction Treatment Program Proposal

The B.L.U.S.H.™ Program will offer a multidimensional partner trauma model and educational workshops for sex addicts and their families. The B.L.U.S.H. ™ Sexual Addiction Treatment Program is a Multidimensional Treatment Model based on the theory that partners of sex addicts develop co-addicted traits and characteristics over time due to the fact that they are in relationships with an addict. The goal of this multidimensional partner trauma model is to provide a sound foundation for assisting clients and their partners in the healing process from sex addiction and compulsivity.

Biophysical Benefits of Meditation and Yoga Therapy

Meditation is a complex mental process involving changes in cognition, sensory perception, affect, hormones, and autonomic activity. Yoga therapy traditionally involves physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation techniques. This purpose of this report was to offer an empirical investigation into the biological substrates of meditation and yoga therapy and the efficacy these therapies have upon stress reduction.