The Canada 150 Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Storyboard Initiative featured life changing research being done in Canada. Dr Natalie Rosen was one of the researchers highlighted in October, 2017. Read more here.
Rather than keeping it a secret, women who experience pain during sex should talk to their partners. Dr Rosen is interviewed by Healthline in their August 1, 2017 article.
Kathleen E. Merwin, a clinical doctoral candidate in the Couples and Sexual Health Laboratory, along with Dr Rosen, spoke to PsyPost (March 28, 2017) about their research published in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy. The findings highlight the benefits of...
Dr Rosen was interviewed for this article by Dr. Allison Carter citing research we have been doing with couples on the transition to parenthood. The article was originally published on "Find Your Pleasure" in July 2018
Dr. Rosen was recently interviewed about parenthood and sexuality for an Audible Original podcast titled How to Not F*ck Up Your Kids Too Bad - A Modern Guide to Fatherhood. If you are an Audible member (or would like to sign up for a free 30 day trial) visit the...
A journalist who was also a participant in one of our studies has published an essay on her experience with PVD (Provoked Vestibulodynia) and her participation in our research. It is quite a moving piece and we thank her for her willingness to share. Through her...
Decreasing pain sensations: Cognitive behavioural couples therapy proving effective treatment for sexual health condition – QEII Times
Jon Tattrie features our ongoing study about treatments for PVD in the QEII Times. Read more here.
Women’s Well-Being: How Avoiding Sex During Pregnancy Due to Fears of Harming the Baby Relates to Sexual and Relationship Outcomes – CPA Newsletter ￼
Our former Honours student, Jaimie Beveridge, was featured in the 'Students in health psychology' section of the Canadian Psychological Association's Fall 2016 newsletter. Read more here, on page 3.
Don’t worry, your sex life isn’t gone forever. Here’s how to keep your home fires burning. Read this article by Shawna Cohen of Today's Parent magazine here.
Anna, creator of 'Brain Storm' (a blog about her experiences with chronic migraine), has posted about our ongoing study on how people with chronic pain communicate about pain to their romantic partners. Thank you Anna! Click here to read more!