Sex Health Doc
John W. Beiter, Ph. D.
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Helping you understand the psychology of your sexuality, healing yourself, healing your relationships
Dr. John Beiter
Dr. John Beiter earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Duquesne University. He is educated and experienced in both the business and clinical environments with over 30 years of service. He is licensed as a psychologist with the states of Michigan and Pennsylvania [LP]. Additionally, he is certified as an Employee Assistance Professional [CEAP] and Substance Abuse Professional [SAP]. Dr. Beiter received his certification as a sex therapist from the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists [AASECT].
The AASECT, founded in 1967, is devoted to the promotion of sexual health by the development and advancement of the fields of sexuality education, counseling and therapy. With this mission, AASECT accepts the responsibility of training, certifying and advancing high standards in the practice of sexuality education services, counseling and therapy.
In addition to his clinical experience, Dr. Beiter’s business background includes banking, finance, sales & marketing and 12 years at a Fortune 500 corporation as a Management Consultant in the Organization Development Division of the Human Resources Department. He remains involved with the business community as an Executive Coach with an internationally known leadership consulting organization – representative companies include: Bayer Corporation, PNC Bank, PPG, Siemens, Chrysler, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Caterpillar.
Beiter Sexuality Preference Indicator
Based on his extensive work with couples and individuals, he created and developed the Beiter Sexuality Preference Indicator BSPI© as a communication tool to help individuals and couples understand the psychology of their sexuality.
Part of what fuels Dr. Beiter’s intense interest in healthy sexuality is the discoveries he made from his clinical practice in how difficult it remains for couples – both young and old – to communicate sexually and to keep a sexually ‘fit’ relationship.
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