On “Feel and Look Fabulous” Holistic Health Talk for Women Podcasts adn Radio Show: Dr. John Beiter, a clinical psychologist joined women’s radio host Irina Wardas
Women’s Radio Show Topic for Discussion: Healthy Relationship Communication; How to Communicate Your Sexual Preferences with Your Partner to Avoid Marriage Problems and Unhealthy Relationships; Sharing the preliminary results from his survey from over 5,000 people who have taken it.
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Dr. John Beiter is a native resident of Pittsburgh. He graduated from Duquesne University with his doctorate in clinical psychology. He is educated and experienced in both the business and clinical environments with over 30 years of service. Dr. Beiter was certified by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists [AASECT] as a sex therapist at the same time he was inspired to create and develop the Beiter Sexuality Preference Indicator BSPI© and later the Beiter Sexuality Intimacy Index BSII©.
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Dr. Beiter received a post-graduate student scholarship from AASECT for the advancement of human sexuality education. He remains passionate about his human sexuality studies and most recently completed the IPI [International Psychoanalytic Institute] Certificate Program in Sex & Sexuality. Part of what fuels Dr. Beiter’s intense interest in healthy sexuality is the discoveries he made from his clinical practice in how difficult it remains for couples – both young and old – to communicate sexually.
Dr. Beiter is in private practice in the Pittsburgh area serving adult clients in which he specializes in sex therapy for couples and individuals.
Suggested Interview Questions:
What does a sex therapist do?
What prompted you to develop your survey – Beiter Sexuality Preference Indicator?
Is Beiter Sexuality Preference Indicator works like love meter?
What trends are you seeing in the data?
What surprised you most about the data results to date?
What do you think is the secret to a long-lasting, healthy, happy sex life?
What type of healthy relationship communication do you think couples need for happy marriage sex ?
How would you suggest that men and women or same-sex couples get to know each other better sexually?
Is there connection between unhealthy relationships and quick sex?
What do you think is the biggest disconnect between couples when it comes to sex and simple love?
Does healthy sex help marriage communication?
Looking forward to your questions (347)-857-4862
Breathe, smile and be happy.
© Irina Wardas, HHC
Women’s Holistic Health, Nutrition and Relationship Coach