NOTEWORTHY ARTICLES AND VIDEOS
Z100 Radio Segment: Women’s Sexual Health Moment
Sexual Health Issues – Sex can still be a rewarding part of your life for you and your partner
Low Libido and Sex Drive – Low sex drive isn’t “all in your head”
Arousal Disorders – “I just don’t get turned on”
Painful Sex – Sex doesn’t have to hurt
- Nerdette: Let’s Talk About Sex (and Religion) with Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus (March 2017)
- TheStrongWomensClub.com: Interview with Bat Sheva Marcus (October 2017)
- Unorthodox/My Big Fat Jewish Wedding, Episode 103: Interview with Bat Sheva Marcus (August 2017)
- Unorthodox/The Birds and the Bees: Interview with Bat Sheva Marcus (November 2015)
Business Insider series featuring Dr Bat Sheva Marcus
- (NEW) A sex expert reveals the most important key to a long-lasting relationship.
- (NEW) Successful people have more sex — here’s why.
- (NEW) The key to making your summer romance last beyond September.
- (NEW) 3 reasons why summer is the best time to meet someone new.
- Here’s how your sex life changes as you get older.
- Spontaneous sex is a myth — here’s how a ‘sex schedule’ could save your relationship.
- This sex expert has a surprising tip to heat up your relationship.
- Here’s what you should tell your partner about your past sex life.
- Here’s how much sex you should be having as you get older.
Scienceline: Sex Shouldn’t Hurt — But What About When it Does?
A Guide to Healthy Sex | How to Behave with Barbie Ferreira (October 2018)
Health Magazine: 6 Things You Should Know About Having Sex During Your Period.
Cosmopolitan: One Patient’s Struggle & Triumph Over Vaginismus- Savannah’s Story
Self Magazine: When Sex Is Too Painful: What It’s Like To Have (And Get Over) Vaginismus- Savannah’s Story
Jewish Food Hero: An Interview With Female Sexuality Expert Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus (Part Two)
Jewish Food Hero: An Interview With Female Sexuality Expert Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus (Part One)
Huffington Post: Bat Sheva Marcus Is the Jewish Orthodox Sex Guru helping women find sexual pleasure.
The New York Times: The Orthodox Sex Guru.
MSNBC: Meet the Jewish Orthodox Sex Guru. MSNBC’s Krystal Ball and Senior Editor of mic.com, Liz Plank, talk to Jewish Orthodox sex counselor Bat Sheva Marcus about how she teaches strictly observant women to find sexual pleasure within their religious boundaries.
Salon: “I always felt like I was very much kept in the dark”: Meet the orthodox sex guru who’s teaching women about pleasure.
White Plains Daily Voice: Westchester sex expert discusses the movie debut Of 50 Shades Of Grey.
The Riverdale Press: Riverdale sex therapist blends orthodoxy with feminism.
New York Magazine: What it’s like to have severe vaginismus.
Women’s Health: Can you create sexual chemistry if it’s not there?
lohud: Purchase therapist lauds ‘female Viagra’ decision.
sheknows: The birth control side effect your doctor isn’t talking about.
Vogue: One Writer Takes the New Female Viagra for a Spin.
Journal of Women’s Health Care: Botulinum toxin for the treatment of vaginismus: A case report.
Pre 2012 – 2013
WebMD: Is there a pill for women’s sex drive?
Good Housekeeping: How to have hotter sex.
WAG Magazine: Limp libido? Tune it up!
NYTimes: More women look over-the-counter for a libido fix.
Huffington Post: The sex ed women really need.
The Daily Beast: Is the pill killing your sex drive?
Riverdale Press: Women’s sexuality? It’s complicated.
April 1, 2014 – Purchase, NY – The Medical Center for Female Sexuality has opened a new office in Roslyn Heights, NY, hoping to help more women in Long Island have access to types of treatment in female sexual dysfunction the Center offers.
“We found so many women asking if we had offices in Long Island,” Bat Sheva Marcus, LMSW, MPH, PhD and the Clinical Director of the Center said, “driving into the city or Westchester can be time-consuming for these women, and we want everyone to be able to seek help without it becoming too difficult to travel to see us.”
The new office, located in Roslyn Heights, NY, is easily accessible to all areas of the Island, and has shown to be a welcome addition to the area. Located within an OB/GYN’s executive suite, the team at the Center in Roslyn Heights provides help for women with all forms of sexual dysfunction, including low desire, low arousal and pain during intercourse.
This is the third office that the Center has opened, joining the Purchase, NY and Manhattan offices that have been helping women for over 14 years.
The Medical Center for Female Sexuality is one of the only treatment centers in the country to integrate a medical and psychological treatment modality. A medical and psychological team works together to evaluate the issues that might be of concern to the patient. Since the MCFS is a medical practice, the treatments are generally covered by most insurance companies. The MCFS can be found on the Internet at www.centerforfemalesexuality.com.
For more information, please Susan Bernard at (914) 328-2700.