by Sara Rosen, LMSW, MEd While the global pandemic continues to grow and physical distancing measures remain, relationships across the globe are redefining what intimacy looks like for them, and so is the kink community. As distancing mandates evolved, kinksters across the globe watched as all of their conferences and meetings were understandably canceled. While
LIIST has been providing video therapy for years. We do still think in-person sessions are best because we believe we can better attune with our clients. This pandemic has encouraged all of our sessions to move to video. So far, we are very happy with the results. Our greatest concern for the feasibility of online
Here on Long Island, most of us are home. We are either without work at the moment or working from home. Others are essential and life-saving personnel going to work in this heavy moment in time. For now, this post will be for those who are staying at home for this quarantine. You have all
Dr. Torrisi was interviewed for this article in Vice by Hannah Smothers. “[Dr. Torrisi], a certified sex therapist based in New York, told VICE that this moment is essentially a compatibility test for a lot of couples, old and new. The coronavirus pandemic is going to reveal not just how they respond to this specificsituation, but
Dr. Torrisi gives advice about talking to your partner about going to couples therapy.
Ever wonder why your gay friend seems to have better break-ups than your straight friend? Well, look no further, here’s a round-up of why that might be the case. Read this article where Dr. Torrisi is quoted by Refinery29.