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Frank Talk About Erectile Dysfunction with Paul R. Nelson

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Join hosts Kristin and Jeffrey as they interview the founder of www.franktalks.org Paul Nelson (the firstnon-commercial online community for men with sexual dysfunctions). Paul is a sexuality educator and advocate who specializes in male sexuality. He is a Mental Health Counselor, AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator as well as a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA). He is president of the Erectile Dysfunction Foundation (501c3) , He is the instructor for the brand new project, Man Academy which will be producing educational video classes on men’s reproductive health. He works as a clinical sexuality educator with Dr. Michael Werner at MAZE Men’s Health. Paul puts his teaching skills to use and educates men about every aspect of their reproductive system, how it functions, and what can go wrong! He bridges the enormous communication gap between the medical world and the sexuality world and brings a holistic, integrated approach to the medical treatment men are receiving. Paul helps men not only restore lost function, he helps them take advantage of this process by teaching men to look at their sexuality and sexual expression in a way that goes far beyond physical limitations.

Paul is an instructor at the Institute for Sexuality Education in Northampton, MA, where he teaches sex therapists and educators. He is an affiliate with the Men’s Health Network, as well as a presenter to men’s groups across the country. Paul has been featured on ABC News with Diane Sawyer, The New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, National Public Radio, the BBC, MTV, Women’s Health Magazine, Parenting Magazine, Built for the Bedroom, Ask Men, Mel Magazine, the Good Men Project and many regional media outlets. He writes for the Prostate Cancer Research Institute, and has worked for the Department of Defense as a Peer Review Panelist for prostate cancer research.

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