Department of Psychology, Queen's University
62 Arch St, Kingston, Ontario, Canada  K7L 3N6
 Tel: 613.533.3276  Email:

Ongoing projects

  • A biopsychosocial approach to postpartum pain and sexuality
  • Womenís perceptions of the effects of childbirth on sexuality
  • Assessment of female sexual arousal
  • Healthcare professionalsí comfort in dealing with patient/client sexual concerns
  • Examining persistent genital arousal disorder via a biopsychosocial perspective
  • Spinal cord and brainstem imaging in women with provoked vestibulodynia
  • Healthcare studentsí training in working with sexual and gender diverse clients
  • Raising twins and higher-order multiples: What are the unique challenges and joys?

Upcoming projects

  • Online treatment program for women with persistent genital arousal disorder
  • Measuring blood flow and genital sensitivity in women with persistent genital arousal disorder
  • Sexual health correlates in adult men and women
  • Prostate cancer patient experiences
  • Sexual and relational experiences of self-identified bisexual individuals
  • Experiences of chemically-induced menopause breast cancer survivors
  • Clitoral imaging in aroused and non-aroused states
  • Attentional biases in women with vulvodynia