recorded webinar

The Brain, Body, and Sexual Health Connections

The Brain, Body, and Sexual Health Connections
Thursday, June 23, 2022 12:00 pm
- 12:30 pm ET

Your physical health, mental health, and sexual health are all important for your wellbeing. However, the stigma surrounding these topics can make it embarrassing and difficult to ask questions to your loved ones or health provider.
What is the impact of your sexual health in your mental health? To help you maximize your quality of life, this webinar will emphasize the connections between all aspects of your health by breaking it down in a biological, psychological, and social lens.
Dr. Rubin will help provide you the skills and confidence to listen to your mind and body, advocate for your health, and explore the resources available.

This is a public webinar and is not eligible for continuing education credits.

This webinar has been coordinated by the ADAA Women's Mental Health Special Interest Group.

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Rachel Rubin, MD

Rachel Rubin, MD

Dr. Rachel Rubin is a board-certified urologist and sexual medicine specialist. She is an assistant clinical professor of Urology at Georgetown University and works in a private practice in the Washington DC region. She is one of only a handful of physicians fellowship trained in male and female sexual medicine. Dr. Rubin is a clinician, researcher, and vocal educator in the field of sexual medicine. She completed her medical and undergraduate training at Tufts University, her urology training at Georgetown University, and her fellowship training under Dr. Irwin Goldstein in San Diego. In addition to being education chair for the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH), she also serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal Sexual Medicine Reviews. 

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