Sexuality and Family Upbringing

Tune in to Jennifer Berman, M.D.’s talk radio show on AM 1150 tonight.  I will be a guest from 10:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. talking about the impact of family environments and how that impacts our sexuality.

LA’s Progressive Talk AM 1150

See you there!  Alex

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Science and Consciousness Conference

Although this doesn’t have much to do with sex and sexuality, I want to invite you anyway.  This is a fascinating conference where you will learn and stretch your ideas about the nature of life.  If your curious, I encourage you to take a look at this site. Sex Addiction Los Angeles
John Cogswell and Alexandra Katehakis will be a featured presenters at The 2006 International Conference on Science and Consciousness, April 21-26, in Santa Fe, New Mexico,  USA.
The exploration of consciousness remains the new frontier of scientific inquiry.  Physicists, medical researchers, psychologists, anthropologists, shamans, healers, meditators have all experienced phenomenon which cannot be explained under the old scientific paradigm.    This conference brings together a multi-disciplinary team of experts in the field of consciousness who will share their knowledge through lecture, discussion and experiential sessions.
Come join your peers and 48 presenters including Peter Russell, Don Campbell, Fred Alan Wolf, Helen Caldicott, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Richard Moss, Dan Millman, Gregg Braden, Cleve Backster, Konstantin Korotokov, JZ Knight, Christine Page, Russell Targ, William Tiller, and MORE.

For more information phone: 505-474-0998 or 505-505-474-7604
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SASH Conference

The 2005 SASH Conference was held in San Francisco, California this year.  Around 400 therapists gathered to share ideas and to listen to a vareity of speakers talk about how to create a culture of healthy sexuality.  There were many highlights to this conference including a panel discussion addressing the question of “What is Healthy Sexuality?” Sex Addiction Los Angeles

There was lively discussion around that question and a movement by members of both SASH (Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health) and AASECT (American Association of Sex Educators and Therapists) to come together in a dialogue to look for similarities and ways to build bridges.

I believe that this kind of coming together can only bode well for the profession of psychotherapy and for the future of sex education in this country.

For more information about the conference and these organizations, visit their sites at and