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Celebrating World Sexual Health Day Today (and Beyond!)

Today, September 4, 2020, is World Sexual Health Day!

First thing’s first, sex is important. Sexual satisfaction contributes to overall quality of life AND relationship satisfaction. Plus, sex is good for you — truly!

Take some time today to listen to a podcast from the Co-director of Modern Sex Therapy Institutes, Dr. Rachel Needle (licensed psychologist and certified sex therapist) as she talks about why sex is good for your health, the importance of therapists talking about sex, and how to keep the passion alive in your relationship.

This podcast, Surprising Reasons Sex is Good for Your Health, is part of Joe Kort’s Smart Sex, Smart Love Podcast Series:

Rachel Needle – Surprising Reasons Sex is Good for Your Health

This week’s guest on Smart Sex, Smart Love is Licensed Psychologist and Certified Sex Therapist, Dr. Rachel Needle. Together, she and Joe Kort talk about why it is so important for therapists to talk about sex when working with individuals or couples, how our biggest sex organ is our brain, how sex is good for you, and, what couples can do to keep the passion alive in their relationship! Physical intimacy is extremely important in a relationship and it’s good for you! Joe and Rachel get down to the nitty gritty of exactly why sex is good for your health.

Subscribe to hear more of the Smart Sex, Smart Love Podcast Series, and then to learn more about related webinars, workshops, online certificates and courses, visit Modern Sex Therapy Institutes.


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