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Faculty

MICHELE ANGELLO: Ph.D. 2000 Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; M.S.Ed. in Psychological Services, 1996 University of Pennsylvania, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Transgender identity (working with adults, youth and families on trans-identity), alternative lifestyles, sexual orientation issues, sex education for youth, corporate trainings on a broad range of sexuality issues.

WILLIAM BELL: Assistant Professor, Notre Dame de Namur University; Assistant Professor, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; Private Practice & Psychiatric Case Management. M.A. Counseling Psychology 1994, National University; Ph.D. 2003, and M.P.H. 2003, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: child & adolescent sexuality, sexual abuse, trend studies in sexology/psychology/politics, geriatric institutional & long term psychiatric care.

MICHAEL RA BOUCHARD: Assistant Professor. M.A. (Clinical-Counseling Psychology), 1989, University of New Hampshire; Ph.D. 1994, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. SPECIALITES: Counseling Private Practice, Hawai'i, Global Telephone Distance Counseling for all Sex & Relationship Concerns, Sex Therapy, Couples Counseling, Online Counseling, Clinical Sexology, Sex Offender Treatment, AIDS/STD Prevention, Sex Education, Erotology, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) specialist, Behavior Change specialist, Domestic Violence Prevention advocate, Sexual Rights activist, Author & Seminal Leader.

PATTI BRITTON: Associate Professor of Sexology. Ph.D.1993, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, AACS, ABS, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Sex Coaching for couples, pre-orgasmic women, couples weekend intensives; Media, books, trainings & workshops.

AVA CADELL: Ph.D.1992, Newport University, CA. Ed.D. 1997, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. AASECT Certified Sex Counselor, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Clinical Sexology, Sex Education, Tantra, Media, Books & Lectures.

JACKIE DAVISON: Ph.D. 1980, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Clinical sexology, forensic sexology, research, gender issues.

JOHN DE CECCO: Ph.D. 1953, University of Pennsylvania. SPECIALTIES: Critiques of biomedical models of sexuality.

JANICE M. EPP: Dean of Curriculum Development Emeritus, Director of Specialized Graduate, Academic and Professional Studies. Ph.D. 1984, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. SPECIALTIES: Group process, female sexuality.

PATRICIA FAWVER: Ph.D., 1991, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Clinical Sexology, Transgendered issues, Erotic variations, Integration of Sexuality and Spirituality, Sexology as a distinct discipline, Sex and advertising.

DELLA R. FITZ-GERALD: Co Director, Fitz-Gerald Institute. Ph.D. 1989. The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, California. SPECIALTIES: Sex Therapy, Professional Training, Sex Health and Deaf Culture

E. MAX FITZ-GERALD: Co Director, Fitz-Gerald Institute. Ph.D. 1989. The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, California. SPECIALTIES: Sex Therapy, Professional Training, Sex Health and Deaf Culture

ROBERT T. FRANCOEUR: M.A. (theology), St Vincent College, Latrobe PA; Ph.D. (biology) 1967, University of Delaware. Professor Emeritus (dual appointment, psychology and biology), Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Cross-cultural studies, evolution of sexual relationships and morality.

ALBERT Z. FREEDMAN, Ph.D.: 1981, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; B.A., University of Southern California; post graduate studies in cinema at L'Institute Des Hautes Etudes Cinemato, Paris. Founding editor of Forum, The International Journal of Human Relations, begun in London in 1967 and followed by editions in the United States and nine other countries. Specialities: Erotic art and films, and social and sexual relationships.

ROE GALLO: Master's degree in Health Communication, San Francisco State University; Ph.D., and MPH, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, Assistant Professor of Sexology, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Health education, HIV / STIs.

THOMAS ERWIN GERTZ: Dean of Students and Director, Department of Sexual Attitude Restructuring Programs, Professor of Sexology. M.H.S., 1976; Ed.D., 2002; M.P.H. 2004, The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, DACS. SPECIALTIES: Sexual Attitude Restructuring Process Programs, Sex Education, HIV/AIDS Education and Homosexuality.

CLINT GOULD: Interim Academic Dean. Holds a Ph.D. in Language and Medicine and MS in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania, and a second Ph.D. and MPH in Human Sexuality from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, Associate Professor of Sexology, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Cross-cultural perspectives of human sexuality and HIV/AIDS and STIs, adolescent sexuality, youth-at-risk, and sexual minorities in the military.

PATRICIA J. GRAY: DHS, 1986; Ph.D. 1993, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Associate Professor of Sexology, DACS. SPECIALTIES: sexuality and gender disorders, training and working with sexual surrogates, and treating those patients whose sexuality has been interrupted by illness or trauma.

ERWIN J. HAEBERLE: Director of Historical Research. Ph.D. 1966, University of Heidelberg, Germany; Ed.D. 1976, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: History of Sexology.

DAVID S. HALL: M.S. 1972, University of Southern California; Ph.D. 1995, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Research and Publication, Editor of the Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality.

DANIELLE HAREL: Professor of Sexology. Ph.D. 2007, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; MSW (Clinical Social Work) 2001, University of Haifa, Israel. Private practice and workshops. ACS. SPECIALITIES: Sex therapy, and somatic sex coaching for individuals, couples and groups.

LAURA HENKEL: Assistant Professor. DHS 2004, Ph.D. 2007, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; ACS. SPECIALITIES: Erotic Art, Appraiser and Art Dealer.

JAMES HERRIOT: Professor of Clinical Sexology. B.S. 1971, Stanford University, Ph.D. 1996, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Sexual communication on the Internet, expert witness, author, tantra teacher, philosopher, scientist, computational mathematician, sexual researcher.

CELESTE HIRSCHMAN: Assistant Professor. M.A. (Human Sexuality Studies), 2005, San Francisco State University; B.A. (Women's Studies) 1994, UC Santa Cruz. SPECIALITES: Sex therapy, and somatic sex coaching for individuals, couples and groups.

HEATHER HOWARD: Associate Professor of Clinical Sexology. BA 1993, UC Berkeley; MBA 1995, NYU (Stern); Ph.D. 2008, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; ACS. Private practice, workshops, pleasure product design and distribution. SPECIALTIES: Sexual rehabilitation for pelvic pain, chronic pain and limited mobility; experiential techniques for mind-body integration; interfacing with healthcare practitioners on multi-disciplinary teams; pleasure tools.

C. JAY (CHERNG-JYE) Jeng: M.D. 1981, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan; Ph.D. 2003, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS.SPECIALTIES: Female sexuality, sexual anatomy and physiology, gynecologic sexology, sexually transmitted diseases, gynecologic oncology.

ARI KANE: Ed.D., Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, Assistant Professor of Sexology. SPECIALTIES: Gender diversity and the transgender phenomenon, and aging and the GLBT community.

JOSEPH KRAMER: Ph.D. 2002 Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Sexological Bodywork Specialist.

MARILYN LAWRENCE: Professor of Sexology and Director of Clinical Sexology. Ph.D. 1993, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, DACS. SPECIALITIES: Clinical sexology and supervision, Working with the surrogate partner.

ROGER W. LIBBY, Ph.D., 1974, Washington State University in sociology; M.A., University of Connecticut in Child Development and Family Relations; B.A. in English, Western Washington State University; Postdoctoral Fellow, University of New Hampshire; ACS. SPECIALTIES: Sex education, sex therapy and sex research with an emphasis on teenagers and young adults as well as the politics of sex and sex education.

MARK KIM MALAN: Ph.D. 2001, M.P.H. 2002, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Clinical Sexology, Research, Theological Sexology, Cross-cultural Studies, Psychosexual Shame & Suicide Prevention, Media Production.

H. MARTIN MALIN: Professor of Clinical Sexology. BA, (Chemistry) 1967, Cornell College; Ph.D. 1986, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, MA, (Psychology) Western Institute for Social Research, LMFT, 2002. Board Certified Sexologist, Sex Researcher and Sex Therapist. SPECIALTIES: Clinical sexology training and supervision, forensic sexology, use of Internet by children and adolescents to access sexual information, cultural.

SUEANN MARK: BA - Sociology 1993, University of Oklahoma; Ph.D. 2002, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; ACS. SPECIALTIES: Sexual health after cancer, women's sexual and reproductive health.

RAND McILVENNA: Assistant Professor and Media Director. B.A., San Francisco State University; DHS 2005, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; ACS. Rand is the Media Director at the Institute. He was appointed to the position when Laird Sutton, long time film maker and media director, retired in the mid 1990s. Rand has a background in art, and he has also studied in the broadcast and video department at SFSU. He started working for the Multi-Media Resource Center in the late 70s when it moved from the International Museum of Art (Powell Street) to its Franklin Street location. He has had many years of hands on experience dealing with the vast amounts of materials that make up the Exodus Trust Archives. Along with keeping the technical parts of the Institute running smoothly, Rand's long term goal is to protect and preserve the archives of the Trust, so that they may be enjoyed and appreciated by future generations. So much of this material is one of a kind, and, without preservation, it would be gone forever.

TED McILVENNA: President. M.Div. 1958, Pacific School of Religion, California; Ph.D. 1976, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, DACS. SPECIALTIES: Sexological ethics, historical and contemporary erotology, forensic sexology.

JACK MORIN: Ph.D. 1978 Saybrook Institute. SPECIALTIES: Psychology of eroticism, clinical sexology.

CHARLES MOSER: Dean of Professional Studies. M.S.W. 1975, University of Washington; Ph.D. 1979 Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. M.D. 1991 Hahnemann University, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Sado-masochism, medical sexology, sexual minorities, sexologic theory.

LIONEL NICHOLAS: MA Boston University; Ph.D. University Of The Western Cape; Ed.D. Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Specialties: Sex Therapy, Hypnosis, African Sexology

GINA OGDEN: M.A. 1975, (family therapy) Goddard College, Ph.D. 1981, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Sexuality and spirituality, sexuality and shamanism, women's sexual response.

SETH PROSTERMAN: Associate Professor. M.S. (Counseling), San Francisco State University; Ph.D. 1994, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS.

MARGO RILA: Ed.D. 1977, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Sex education, female sexuality, bisexuality, women and AIDS.

FANG FU RUAN: Chair, Dept. of Oriental Sexology. M.D. 1959, Peking Medical College; Ph.D., 1991, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. SPECIALTIES: Physiology, Chinese sexuality, Taoist sexology, family & sexual lifestyles.

MARGUERITE RUBENSTEIN: Dean of Students Emeritus. M.A. 1975 Lone Mountain College, California; Ph.D. 1982, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Bisexuality, sex therapy/counseling, sex education.

HOWARD J. RUPPEL: Professor of Sexology. M.A. 1968, Northern Illinois University; Ed.D. 1993; Ph.D. 1994; MPH 2003, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; DACS. SPECIALITIES: Sexuality education, Sexual attitudes and sexual behavior, Childhood and adolescent sexual behavior, Male and female sexual response, Clinical sexology and supervision, Erotology and appraisal (books and photographic images), Sex Research (design, data analysis and publication).

GARY SCHUBACH: Ed.D. 1996, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Uses of sexuality in media for both entertainment and educational purposes, The Female Prostate (G-Spot) and Female Ejaculation, co-couples counseling, training of doctors and other medical professionals in human sexuality.

WILLIAM SEABLOOM: Associate Professor; Psychotherapist, Private Practice. 1954, M.Div. Northwestern Lutheran Theological Seminary, Minnesota; 1956, M.S.W. University of Minnesota; 1994, Ph.D. Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. SPECIALTIES: Child and adolescent sexuality, adolescent and adult criminal sexual behavior, clergy and religious sexual issues, intergenerational sexuality, research.

JUDITH HUFFMAN SEIFER: Professor of Medical Sexology. RN 1965, St. John's College of Nursing, Springfield, IL; MHS 1980; and Ph.D. 1986, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALITIES: Marital and sex therapy, Training / supervision of clinical sex therapists, Forensic sexology, Professional sexological writer, Sex and altered states of health, Sexual development across the life span, Intrafamilial sexual activity, sex research.

JUDIANN SIMON: Ph.D. Professor and Director of Practicum and International Studies, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Ph.D. 2000, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; M.A. 1991, Clinical Psychology, Antioch University, Los Angeles, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Clinical sexology, sexuality and disability, sex education, cross-cultural sexology, sex therapy/counseling, sexological bodywork.

ANNIE SPRINKLE: Ph.D. -- Institute for Ad. Study, School of Visual Arts--Degree in Fine Arts, ACS. SPECIALTIES: the Sex Worker experience, sexually oriented art and film, female sexuality and orgasm, the herstory of pornography.

WILLIAM R. STAYTON (Bill): M.Div. 1960, Andover Newton Theological School, Newton, MA; Th.D. 1967, Boston University; Ph.D. 2001, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Spirituality and Sexuality, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Alternative Lifestyles, Sex Therapy/Counseling.

JACK L. SUMMERS: MD, (West Virginia University School of Medicine 1966) Ph.D. (IASHS 1987). Professor Emeritus Urology Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Professor Sexology IASHS, ACS. INTERESTS: Sex Education, Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry of sexuality.

LAIRD SUTTON: S.T.M., Ph.D., ACS Academic Dean Emeritus, ACS.

KATE THOMAS: Associate Professor. M.S. (Maternal Child Health Nursing) 1984; and M.S. (Adult Psychiatric Nursing) 1989, University of Maryland; Ph.D. 1993, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. SPECIALITIES: Clinical sexology (paraphilias, gender identity issues, sexual and relational issues and concerns), Human sexuality, Forensic Sexology, Sex education and supervision of medical residents.

F. JEFFERSON TOMBRELLO: Director of Master of Public Health in Sexology Program, Professor of Medical Sexology. M.A. 1976, University of Alabama Birmingham; Ph.D. 1979, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, D.C. 1986; Life Chiropractic College, D.O. 1991; Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine; MPH 2001, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS. SPECIALTIES: Medical Sexology / sexually transmitted diseases, Alternative approaches in preventive medicine, The sexological effects of arts, images, and media upon wellness.

KATHLEEN VAN KIRK: DHS 2000 Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality; 1997 Post-Graduate degree in Marriage, Family and Addictions, MA Counseling Psychology Ottawa University, ACS. 2004 Certified Yoga Alliance Instructor. SPECIALTIES: Clinical Sexology,Women's Sexuality, Erotology, Sex and the Internet, Sex Education and Products, Tantra and Yoga.

MARILYN K. VOLKER: Ed.D. 1991, IASHS; M.S. 1972 University of Miami, Deaf Education. SPECIALTIES: Sexuality Education--universities, military, schools, teachers, physicians/nurses, counselors; Gender/Transgender Issues, Sexuality & Disabilities; Supervision--Surrogate Partners; Curriculum Writer--HIV/AIDS & Sexuality Issues for Miami-Dade Public School System.

KARINA VON MIDDENDORF: Assistant Professor. M.A. (Counseling Psychology) 1995; and Ed.D. (Counseling Psychology) 1996, University of San Francisco; DHS 2000; and Ph.D. 2002, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, ACS.

LORETTA ZEMAITIS (Lori): Associate Professor of Sexology and Erotology. M.S. 1994, Indiana University; D.H.S. 1999, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Erotology Certificate Program Coordinator. Student Services Director, ACS.

JERRY ZIENTARA: Ed.D. 1995, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Librarian