Dr. Debra LainoHolistic Sex Therapist
- Areas of Expertise
- Sex Therapy
Dr. Debra Laino practices Holistic Sex Therapy. This means that she looks at the origin of the issues and works toward solutions to those issues. She also works with the whole person as sexual wellness encompasses many areas of one’s life. Dr. Laino is also a certified nutrition therapist, life coach and health coach, which adds to her holistic approach.
Dr. Laino’s practice is based in Delaware, where she is also known as “The Delaware Sex Doc.” She has over fifteen years of professional experience and is the past President and founding member of Delaware Association for Sexology (DAS). Dr. Debra Laino DHS, M.ED, MS holds a Doctorate in Human Sexuality, a Master’s Degree in Education and a Master’s Degree in Psychology. She is Board Certified by the American College of Sexologists and Diplomat of The American Board of Sexology. In addition she is an AASECT certified Sexuality Educator.
Dr. Debra Laino is a published author. “Sex Therapy 101” was released in May of 2014. “Trolley Square” and an Intimacy Guide titled “Love for All Eternity Guide to Intimacy.” Her book “Eleven Reasons Why Women Cheat” was released in May of 2010. Dr. Laino co-authored “Breast Envy” and “The Madonna Complex” with internationally known Author and Psychologist Dr. Peter Sacco. “The Madonna Complex” was released in February 2011 in London. Dr. Laino is currently a columnist for In Recovery Magazine. Dr. Laino has appeared on numerous television and radio programs, including “It’s Your Call With Lynn Doyle”, NBC “The 10 Show,” WMCM Television, Playboy Radio, WKEST San Francisco Talk Therapy, Rowen Radio 89.7, and various radio shows across the country, as well as Cosmopolitan Magazine, MORE Magazine, Women’s Day Magazine and many more. She is the former host of Raw Sex on WNJC New Jersey 1360 am where she addressed common sex and relationship issues, including interviews with MD’s and therapists.
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Body Education Sexual Dysfunction
It was early on in my practice that I came to the conclusion that issues of sexual function can often be a side effect or symptom of an underlying health condition, or even the inevitable consequence of a combination of unhealthy lifestyle factors, rather than simply a psychological concern. The light bulb went off for