Sensuality and Sexuality

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This is part 3 of a series that explores why some women seem to have low sexual desire. On 8/20/11, we talked about the importance of sex being part of love; 9/8/11 focused on biological differences between men and women as a likely cause and today we will talk about the importance of sensuality. What you think about and what is going on mentally and psychologically can make a big impact on sexual desire. We will talk about the difference between sensuality and sexuality and the problems we face when we compartmentalize our lives. What are some of the common blocks that get in our way and what are some ways we can tear down some of these walls? We will talk about the importance of sensuality as it pertains to a satisfying sex life.
My guest is Dr. Ruth Frischer-Dambra. She received a M.Sc. in Biology, and a Ph.D. in Neurophysiology from New York University. Her career path included basic research in neurobiology, international health research to treat AIDS and TB, she launched international university partnerships linking U.S. and foreign county institutions. As Chief of Health, Population and Nutrition for the US Agency for International Development, she created and administered research programs to prevent and treat the major causes of childhood mortality. Dr. Frischer was the founder and President of Disability and Sensual Horizons (DASH), a company dedicated to closing the gap between disability and sexuality. As such, she is sometimes referred to as the “other Dr. Ruth”. She has authored more than 25 articles, several book chapters, and is a noted speaker both in the U.S. and abroad on scientific, educational, and sexuality related topics. She is now President of Frischer-Dambra Consulting and primarily focuses her presentations, consulting activities and research in the area of sexuality, relationships and disability. She is located in Boca Raton, FL and can be reached by email:  rfrischer@frischer-dambra.com.

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