Episode 39: DEB RUBIN ON Real Talk About Sex
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This month's guest is Deb Rubin, a therapist based in Boulder, Colorado. I have known Deb for 19 years yet we have never had the opportunity to rap about our work in the world. We dive into all things SEX and offer vulnerable and real talk about many facets of this incredibly important topic, shedding light in the crevices around pleasure, low libido, orgasms, self-exploration, relationships, lifelong practices, the impacts of sexual trauma, and much more.   It is important to note that this conversation is catered to those identifying as heterosexual women and holds tremendous value for women in all cycles of life.  Deb offers practical and tangible wisdom and steps in the direction of truly turning towards oneself in the enlightenment of one's sexuality.   This conversation literally could have gone on for another hour and we covered a lot! There will definitely be a followup interview focused on orgasm coming out this Summer 2022!  

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Deb Rubin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker residing in Boulder, Colorado with her husband and two daughters. She has worked with adults and adolescents for 20+ years in numerous therapeutic job settings as well as sexual health education. Having completed undergraduate work at Naropa University and graduate education at Denver University, her academic and professional training blends the best in Eastern and Western theory and therapeutic practice. 

Deb's widespread path of service has allowed her to work with people in a variety of settings including; wilderness group work (Colorado Outward Bound School and Women’s Wilderness Institute), Planned Parenthood, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital, Colorado University's Psychological and Psychiatry Department and eventually landing in her private practice in 2006. 

Her interests include self-esteem, sexuality, life transitions, attachment styles, parenting, anxiety and depression, couples work, premarital work, preparing for motherhood, grief and loss (specifically ending relationships) and trauma work (specifically when it manifests in the body). She works with couples of all kinds and life phases, adults and young adults.

Deb Rubin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker residing in Boulder, Colorado with my husband and two daughters. She has worked with adults and adolescents for 20+ years in numerous therapeutic job settings as well as sexual health education. Having completed undergraduate work at Naropa University and graduate education at Denver University, her academic and professional training blends the best in Eastern and Western theory and therapeutic practice. 

Deb's widespread path of service has allowed her to work with people in a variety of settings including; wilderness group work (Colorado Outward Bound School and Women’s Wilderness Institute), Planned Parenthood, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital, Colorado University's Psychological and Psychiatry Department and eventually landing in her private practice in 2006. 

Her interests include self-esteem, sexuality, life transitions, attachment styles, parenting, anxiety and depression, couples work, premarital work, preparing for motherhood, grief and loss (specifically ending relationships) and trauma work (specifically when it manifests in the body). She works with couples of all kinds and life phases, adults and young adults. 

Learn more about Deb's work on her website.

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