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How to Navigate
Changes at Midlife
Sexual Problems at Midlife
Causes of Sexual Problems
Reminders & Resources
Frequently Asked Questions
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Sampling of Organizations / Websites
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists
Nonprofit professional association of sex educators, sex counselors, and sex therapists. You can search its website for a list of therapists in your area.
International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health
Professional association website featuring an extensive directory of books on female sexual health, including many for lay readers. Also provides a searchable directory of sex therapists by geographic area.
The Kinsey Institute
Website of this pioneering sexuality and research center at Indiana University features collections of podcasts, some of which address sex and menopause.
This authoritative patient information resource includes detailed entries for many sexual problems, including painful intercourse, vaginal atrophy, vulvodynia, low sex drive in women, and anorgasmia.
National Institute on Aging
US federal government website includes sections with consumer information on sexuality in later life.
National Vulvodynia Association
Nonprofit organization focused on education about vulvodynia and support of women with the condition. Website includes information on patient support groups around the United States.
Sexuality and U
Website maintained by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada including a detailed consumer section on sex after 50.
Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR)
Professional society whose website includes a directory of sex therapists in the United States, Canada, and five other countries.