Dr. Lonnie Barbach, David Geisinger, Ph.D. and Dr. Phil Wolfson M.D
Dr. Richard Miller hosts a nationally prominent panel of psychotherapists including clinical psychologists, Dr. Lonnie Barbach and Dr. David Geisinger and psychiatrist, Dr. Phil Wolfson. This is a panel discussion and has responses to listeners questions on matters relating to couples and families.
Dr. Lonnie Barbach - Specialist in Human Sexuality
Dr. Lonnie Barbach work as a couple’s therapist for more than three decades and the publication of "Going the Distance: Finding and Keeping Lifelong Love" crafted with David Geisinger, Ph.D., her partner of 25 years, has defined her as an acknowledged expert on intimate relationships.
She is skilled in a variety of treatment modalities in treating individuals and couples with problems ranging from anxiety and depression to parenting and communication issues.
As one of the first co-directors of clinical training at the University of California San Francisco, Human Sexuality Program, Dr. Barbach created the women's pre-orgasmic group treatment program. Considered a pioneer in her field, her dozen books, translated into an equal number of languages, have sold over 4 million copies in the U.S. alone.
Here's some of Dr. Barbach's books:
For Yourself : The Fulfillment of Female Sexuality
Shared Intimacies : Women's Sexual Experience
For Each Other
David Geisinger, Ph. D.
David Geisinger, Ph.D., former Assistant Clinical Professor of medical psychiatry at the University of California Medical Center, Co-Director of the pioneering Behavior Therapy Institute in Sausalito, Research Coordinator and Staff Psychologist and San Francisco’s Center for Special Problems.
He is the author of the book, "Kicking It", and co-author, with his partner, Lonnie Barbach, of the book, "Going the Distance: Finding and Keeping Lifelong Love. Currently he continues in private practice of psychotherapy with individuals and couples in San Francisco.
Dr. Phil Wolfson M.D.
Dr. Phil Wolfson M.D. has taught in three Bay Area graduate schools in psychology and is currently Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCSF as well as in private practice. He is a Founding Member of Heffter Research Institute and practiced MDMA (Ecstasy) psychotherapy in legal period and published on its use in psychotherapy. His book, *Noe: A Father-Son Song of Love, Life, Illness, and Death* was published in 2011. He is a Vajrayana Buddhist Practitioner.