Elizabeth BoatmanCredentials

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (Texas)

Certified Sexuality Educator (AASECT)

Board Certified Sexologist (ACS)

M.Ed. Human Sexuality Education, Widener University

M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy, Texas Woman’s University

 

 

To get to know Beth a little bit better, listen to this recent interview on The Joy Factor podcast, where she discusses communication about sexuality, balancing different sex drives, and enhancing desire.

Currently a Ph.D. candidate in Family Therapy at Texas Woman’s University. Beth’s specialties are sexuality education and counseling/psychotherapy for individuals and couples facing issues related to sexual dysfunction, intimacy issues, chronic illness, and medical family therapy.

Beth Boatman  is a lifelong resident of the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area and provides counseling services, education, speaker presentations, and professional trainings on topics ranging from sexually transmitted infection prevention to treatment and diagnosis of sexual dysfunctions. You can see a list of local Fort Worth community classes offered at the Velvet Box here.

Beth believes in providing direct, age appropriate information on sexual health to individuals, families, and the community. Her sex positive perspective provides an open and non-judgmental atmosphere where clients can have enhanced quality of life and relationships.

To see a Complete Curriculum Vitae  visit the link provided.

Mission

To enhance the sexual health of individuals, families, and the community by using a sex positive perspective. This is done by following the World Health Organization definition of sexual health, which states, “Sexual health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. It requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences, free of coercion, discrimination and violence.” If you have questions, please feel free to email Beth@YourSensualHealth.com


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