In the Media

Internet Articles and Features:

Sex over 60

Dr. Rachel is quoted in Cosmo’s “Some things you must be aware of before he comes on our face (or wherever).

Check out Dr. Rachel’s op ed piece that was featured in 5 NJ newspapers today: Used in moderation, Internet porn offers many benefits.

Your partner plays a lot of roles in your life, but having close friends outside of your relationship is also important. Dr. Rachel is quoted in “Should your spouse be your best friend?”

Dr. Rachel has many more thoughts on this issue and treats many individuals with compulsive sexual behavior in her clinical practice, but here is what she is quoted saying in the Washington Post.

Dr. Rachel was quoted in this article about moving in together before marriage. What are your thoughts?

Dr. Rachel is quoted in Woman’s Day: 8 Creative Updates to Popular Sex Positions.

What does your sleeping style say about your relationship? Dr. Rachel is quoted a few times throughout the article.

And remember: It is a good idea to go to sleep at the same time and even wake up at the same time. Some research has shown that in relationships where partners go to bed and wake up at the same time, partners are more content and the relationship lasts longer — and it’s also good for your sex life!

Don’t be so quick to knock the missionary position. The missionary position is “orgasm friendly”, and as with anything in life, a little variation can make the routine new and exciting!

Dr. Rachel was quoted in Cosmo talking about The Top 10 Health Benefits of Orgasm.

Dr. Rachel was quoted in Medical Daily’s “Too Much Social Media? Overuse Can Damage Romantic Relationships”.

Dr. Rachel is interviewed by Careers in Psychology.

Publications:

Althof, S., & Needle, R. The Biopsychosocial Evaluation of Erectile Dysfunction (ED). In: Textbook of Erectile Dysfunction, Second Edition. Edited by Culley C. Carson III, Roger S. Kirby, Irwin Goldstein, and Michael G. Wyllie, Informa Healthcare USA, New York, 2009, 184-189.

Needle, R., Duros, R. L., Darby, S., Tang, J., & Walker, L. (Inpreparation) Body Image and Sexuality in a Battered Women Sample.

Needle, R.B., & Walker, L.E. (August 2007). Abortion Counseling: A Clinician’s Guideto Psychology, Legislation, Politics, and Competency. New York: Springer. http://www.springerpub.com/prod.aspx?prod_id=02573

Walker, L.E.A., Richmond, K., House, T., Needle, R. & Smalley, K.B. History. In: The Battered Woman Syndrome (3rd Ed). NewYork: Springer, 2009, 21-39.

Needle, R.B., & Walker, L.E. (August 2007). Abortion Counseling: A Clinician’s Guide to Psychology, Legislation, Politics, and Competency. New York: Springer. http://www.springerpub.com /prod.aspx?prod_id=0257

Walker, L.E.A., Duros, R., Aleah, N., Gill, K., & Needle, R. Body Image and Health Concerns. In: The Battered Woman Syndrome (3rd Ed). New York: Springer, 2009, 145-165.

Walker, L.E.A., Needle, R., Duros, R., & Nathan, A. Sexuality Issues. In: The Battered Woman Syndrome (3rd Ed). New York: Springer, 2009, 167-198.

Walker, L.E.A., Needle, R., et al. Cross-Cultural and Cross-National Issues in Domestic Violence. In: The Battered Woman Syndrome (3rd Ed). New York: Springer, 2009, 275-310.

Cosmo Girl Magazine, September 2002. Listen Up: Why One Reader Opposes Parental-Involvement Laws.