The Center for Genital Health and Education (CFGHE)
Meet Sex Educator Elizabeth Wood
Elizabeth Wood holds a master’s degree in social work and was a sex therapist for many years. She is a member of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) and the Sexual and Gender Health Collaborative of the Front Range. She is also a certified member of the Somatic Sex Educators Association. In addition, Elizabeth is a Certified Tantra Educator through the School of Source Tantra. She completed her first training at the Loyola Sexual Wellness Clinic. She has completed all four levels of the Chuluaqui Quodoushka Spiritual Sexuality Teachings and received extensive training in the art and practice of women’s orgasm from Lafayette Morehouse, Orgasmic Providers, and OneTaste. With CFGHE, she is delivering ground-breaking, female-centered, pleasure-forward research.
Dee Hartmann: Leader in the Field of Women’s Health Physical Therapy
Dee Hartmann, PT, DPT, earned her first degree in physical therapy from Northwestern Medical School of Physical Therapy in 1977, followed by a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from St Ambrose University in 2009. As part of her participation in American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Section on Women’s Health, Dee served as the originating chairman of the task force responsible for creating the Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP-Pelvic). She also served on the Vulvar Pain Task Force and co-authored their findings. A pioneer in her field, Dee has been a member, fellow, president, and board director for a vast array of organizations dedicated to women’s sexual health and pelvic pain, including the International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS), International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease (ISSVD), and the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH). Her research and findings are widely published in journals and books, and she has been a lecturer and instructor at numerous schools, universities, workshops, and conferences. As a sole practitioner, Dee created and worked with patients as Dee Hartmann Physical Therapy from 1991–2017. Continuing to develop and conduct research on pain at CFGHE with an added focus on pleasure, Dee brings much needed, progressive insight into how best to treat women.