Dr. Clark shares advice for women who have sexual dysfunctions and are embarrassed to seek help.
Well, I think there is competent help around. She actually may have eluded or tried to get some help from different quarters and it may not have been accepted or responded to, but there is information whether there is books, which might be more anonymous and easier to access. I am sure there is information on the Internet or individuals whether it’s physicians, sex therapists, counselors, sex counselors, sex educators or individuals in the community; other therapists that know about sexuality and work with it and provide positive feedback, positive information about sexuality and acknowledging that a female can be sexual and that that’s a positive thing.
About Dr. Mary M. Clark, Ph.D.:
Mary McGinn Clark, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist (PSY17897), Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC17748) and an AASECT Certified Diplomate in Sex Therapy with over 25 years of experience working with people. She addresses sexuality, relationship and intimacy concerns for individuals and couples. She has taught at the University of San Diego, SDSU, MiraCosta and Grossmont Community Colleges and presented material at UCSD and at professional conventions.