Season 3, Episode 4 | June 10, 2021 | 48 min.
Dr. Cheryl Fraser is a Buddhist psychologist, sex therapist, author, and speaker. Dr. Fraser has helped thousands of couples jumpstart their love life and create passion that lasts a lifetime. Today, Wendy and Dr. Fraser talk about exploring options for a couple grieving the loss of a child and how they can return to sex as a means for connection and healing.
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Sharp, frank, and fearless, that’s Buddhist psychologist, sex therapist, author and speaker Dr. Cheryl Fraser. With a rare combination of academic credibility, humor, straight-talk, and life-changing advice, Dr. Cheryl is a sought after media psychologist and relationship expert. She has helped thousands of couples jumpstart their love life and create passion that lasts a lifetime. She has been the invited guest expert for Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield, and more. Dr. Cheryl Fraser is a Fulbright scholar who completed her post-doctoral training at the University of California-San Francisco medical school after winning over $100,000 in academic scholarships. She went on conduct research on sexual behavior and then she created the Become Passion online workshop for couples. She has a private practice in sex and couples therapy. As a media expert and speaker she employs a direct, entertaining, interactive teaching style, drawing on her diverse background as an actor and improv comedian, talk radio host giving love and sex advice, and university professor. She is a dynamic guest expert for TV and radio and has appeared on multiple programs. She was the Love Coach on W Networks The Experts, and has been featured on CBC Marketplace, CTV Morning, Air America, the Loving Well podcast, and many more. As a columnist for Mindful and Best Health magazines she explores love, sex, relationships, meditation and the human experience. Dr. Cheryl’s book Buddha’s Bedroom – The Mindful Loving Path to Sexual Passion and Lifelong Intimacy - was published in 2019. When Cheryl is not in India or Tibet or at a three-month silent Buddhist meditation retreat, she lives on Vancouver Island with her man, two dogs, and two cats, practicing what she preaches.