Dr. Torrisi gives advice about talking to your partner about going to couples therapy.
Dr. Torrisi offers some specific suggestions and tips about how to discuss a sexual dysfunction or sexual preference with a partner, especially a new partner, in this HelloFlo article.
Rosara Torrisi was interviewed by Judith Meer, a well-regarded pelvic physical therapist and blogger at More than Meer. You can read the full interview here.
Rosara Torrisi, 2015 Best Sex Therapist on Long Island, was recently invited and presented to a group of high school students in Jericho for the second year in a row. All of the students were eager to ask sexologist, Rosara Torrisi about her work as a therapist, her work as a sex therapist, and some education about healthy sexuality. Here are some of the questions and answers.
Anyone with a disability knows they are just as sexual (with the array of anyone else) as someone without a disability. ‘Everything Still Works Down There’: Uncovering the Sex Lives of Disabled People is a wonderful article discussing that “People with disabilities are perfectly capable of having sex, having romantic relationships, and having one-night-stands.”
Having a disability does not prevent you from being able to live a vibrant and sexual life. Check out this site (Undressing Disability) to learn more. If you are someone with a disability and you feel your sexuality is being hampered, Seek help today! You deserve to have a rewarding sense of your sexual self