Sex Life off-sync post baby?

You are not alone. Our video series and research will help normalize postpartum sexual concerns and open the lines of communication both between partners.

Coping with genital pain.

Dr. Natalie Rosen, of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, is developing new supportive approaches for women and couples coping with genital pain.

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Mapping a course: Predicting outcomes of two treatments for women who have pain during sex

Photo by Katie Joie on UnsplashBy Katrina Bouchard This post is a summary of a recently published article from the Couples and Sexual Health Lab with our close collaborators at Université de Montréal: Rosen, N. O., Vaillancourt-Morel, M.-P., Corsini-Munt, S., Steben,...

Let’s talk about stress, baby: Joint problem-solving and sexual distress across the transition to parenthood

Photo by Kelly Sikkema from UnsplashBy Grace Schwenck This blog is a summary of our published article: Tutelman, P. R., Dawson, S. J., Schwenck, G. C., & Rosen, N. O. (2021). A Longitudinal Examination of Common Dyadic Coping and Sexual Distress in New Parent...

It isn’t all talk: Couple therapy results in more improvements for women who have pain during sex relative to a common medical treatment

Photo by Oziel Gómez from UnsplashBy Katrina Bouchard This post is a summary of a recently published article from the Couples and Sexual Health Lab with our close collaborators at Université de Montréal: Bergeron, S., Vaillancourt-Morel, M.-P., Corsini-Munt, S.,...

Sexual Talk in Long-Term Relationships: What’s Being Left Under the Covers?

Believe it or not, the key to keeping sex exciting and satisfying in long term relationships may be communication! We know that sexual communication (e.g., couples having a conversation about their sexual preferences at a time when they are not engaging in sexual activity) is beneficial for the relationship and sexual well-being of couples [1]. But what about the potential benefits of communication during sex? Sexual talk refers to the communication that occurs between partners exclusively during sexual activity and that is about the sexual interaction itself (i.e., expressing to one’s partner the pleasure they feel while engaging in a sexual act) [2]. Yet, sexual talk has largely been kept under the covers一until now!

Tried and True: Exploring the Best Vulvodynia Treatment Options

Photo by Dainis Graveris from UnsplashBy Brenna Bagnell This blog is a summary of our published article: Rosen, N. O., Dawson, S., Brooks, M., & Kellogg-Spadt, S. (2019). Treatment of vulvodynia: Pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches. Drugs, 79,...

Pain and Pregnancy and Sex, Oh My! Take a look at our post summarizing research on pain during intercourse in pregnancy from our PhD student @RossiMeghan: https://buff.ly/3E2azLf #sexresearch #sexscience

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We are always recruiting participants for our studies. If you or your partner are interested in a being a part of our research do not hesitate to contact us to find out what studies we have available. You can also email us at rosenlab@dal.ca or call us at 902-494-4223.

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