Long Island Institute of Sex Therapy (LIIST)


Meet Shely

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shely head shotShely Esses has joined the Long Island Institute of Sex Therapy for her masters-level internship in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). Welcome, Shely! You can learn more about her here.

Back home, again

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The Long Island Institute of Sex Therapy (LIIST) will close the Manhasset office as of October 1st, 2017. We remain in the Manetto Hill office, conveniently located in Plainview.

How Close To Your Due Date Can You Have Sex?

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leandro-cesar-santana-188372Kelly Mullen-McWilliams of Romper.com spoke with Dr. Torrisi about having sex in the third trimester. Read here for some advice.

Want to know more about sexuality throughout pregnancy? Check out this article written by Dr. Torrisi for DelCoNews, this one about sex while trying to conceive,  and these tips for post-partum sex.

Whether before, during, or after pregnancy, a check-up with a pelvic physical therapist is essential and often not discussed. The majority of OBGYNs know little about pelvic floor dysfunctions so be informed and self-advocate for full post-partum care! You can find a pelvic physical therapist near you by searching here.

Timing and TTC

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08502a85-1af3-4aff-bf43-8fe66fd20ed9-romperstock_ab-3022Dr. Torrisi offers some very advice on approaching sex when trying to conceive (TCC) for Romper. Read here for more! Interested in learning more about sex and pregnancy? The therapists at LIIST are experts in helping couples retain and regain intimacy before, during, and after pregnancy. And for some extra support, consider visiting with a pelvic physical therapist after giving birth. Give us a call at 516-690-6779.