CrossCurrents Special Issue on the Digital Couch

CrossCurrents: The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health, has released their Winter 2009/10 issue which is centered on “The Digital Couch.” This issue focuses on the Internet and mental health. I was interviewed for “MySpace is your space: Internet blurs professional boundaries,” and they have published my recommendations to clinicians who wish to avoid boundary … Continued

SF Chronicle Article on Finding a Sex Positive Doctor

I was quoted this week in Violet Blue’s  SF Chronicle column, “The Sex Doctor is Out,” about how to find physicians and therapists who are knowledgable about sexual information. Violet talked about her own horror stories hearing of people who receive inaccurate or judgmental sex information from their providers. In this article, Violet also interviewed … Continued

Melissa Gira Interviews Me on Mental Health 2.0

Melissa Gira interviewed me over on Sexerati in preparation for my SXSW panel, Therapy 2.0: Mental Health for Geeks. Check out the interview to read Melissa’s questions and my answers about how a geek-friendly therapist (me!) would help a client manage challenges and stressors related to dating, love, and breakups 2.0. Of course, if you … Continued

Violet Blue Interviews Me in the S.F. Chronicle

S.F. Chronicle columnist Violet Blue interviewed me about my thoughts on cybersex, monogamy, and relationships for her “Open Source Sex,” column this week, “Is Cybersex Cheating?”. The full interview can be read on Violet’s blog. I wish I’d said a bit more about the feelings of emotional intimacy that can take some people by surprise … Continued