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Lewis Wyatt, MD

Lewis Wyatt Jr., MD, is an obstetrician-gynecologist and sex therapist in private practice. He has been active in teaching residents at Martin Luther King and Cedars Sinai Medical Centers in Los Angeles, serving as a medical consultant on television and radio, and working along with his wife, Gail Wyatt, PhD, on grants to investigate STD prevention for women. He is co-author, with his wife, of No More Clueless Sex: Ten Secrets to a Sex Life that Works for Both of You. Married for more than 38 years, the Wyatts have two adult children, one grandchild, and reside in Beverly Hills.

 

Dr. Gail Wyatt MD  

Dr. Gail Wyatt MD is a clinical psychologist, sex therapist and professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA. She was an NIMH Research Scientist Career Development Awardee for 17 years. Her research examines the consensual and abusive sexual relationships of women and men, the effects of these experiences on their psychological well-being, and the cultural context of risks for sexually-transmitted diseases and HIV. She has conducted national and international research since 1980, funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health, the National Institute of Drug Abuse, state and private foundations. The recipient of numerous awards, Dr. Wyatt has to her credit more than 110 journal articles and book chapters, and has co-edited or written five books, including Stolen Women: Reclaiming our Sexuality, Taking Back Our Lives and No More Clueless Sex: 10 Secrets to a Sex Life That Works for Both of You. Dr. Wyatt is an Associate Director of the UCLA AIDS Institute and coordinates a core of behavioral scientists who consult with other researchers to recruit underserved populations and conduct research that effectively incorporates socio-cultural factors into HIV/AIDS research.

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