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Decreasing pain sensations: Cognitive behavioural couples therapy proving effective treatment for sexual health condition – QEII Times

Posted on Feb 27, 2017

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 

Posted on Feb 27, 2017

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.

5 tips to make post-baby sex more than just a nice idea – Today’s Parent

Posted on Feb 27, 2017

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.

Blog Post – Brain Storm – Pain Communication in Romantic Relationships: Study via Online Survey

Posted on Nov 4, 2016

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!

 

 

Sex after childbirth: Everything you need to know, Global News

Posted on Oct 19, 2016

Global News’ Patricia Kozicka provides parents with useful information about the when and how of sex after childbirth, including some findings from Dr. Rosen’s most recent couples studies on postpartum sexuality.

Read more here!

Canadian study looks at sex lives of first-time parents – CBC News

Posted on Oct 5, 2016

Click here to read CBC’s coverage of findings from our initial investigation of the role of empathy in the sex lives of new parents!

Sex after baby: New study offers surprising finding about new fathers – Ottawa Citizen

Posted on Oct 5, 2016

Recent coverage of findings from our lab regarding the role of empathy and communication in the sexual relationships of first-time parents.

Click here to read more.

Coverage of our Research Regarding New Parents’ Concerns – Sydney Morning Herald

Posted on Oct 5, 2016

Despite the the headline, which is less than ideal and is clearly meant to be sensationalizing, and a bit of misinterpretation of the findings, this article does highlight some of the important findings from a recent study from the CaSH Lab.

Click here to read more.

Let’s Talk about Sex, Baby – Ask the Professionals Feature – Living Healthy

Posted on Sep 8, 2016

Click here to read Living Healthy’s article on pain during sex and ways you can address it, featuring Dr. Rosen and Kate Rancourt.

Video – Couples improved their sex lives in a week with this one simple tip – Business Insider

Posted on Aug 3, 2016

Video – Couples improved their sex lives in a week with this one simple tip – Business Insider

Click here to watch Business Insider’s video featuring research findings from a recent study on the way the reasons people have sex can influence their satisfaction with their romantic and sexual relationship with their partner (Muise, Boudreau, & Rosen, 2016).

(For more information, click here for Dr. Muise’s blog post on these results, and here for the associated article)