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Episode Overview

Today on the Sexology Podcast, I am joined by Lori Brotto. She is one of the main researchers in the field of sexual research. Her main topic of study is mindfulness. Dr. Brotto has is a writer and author. She began studying sex and mindfulness as a graduate student.


In our conversation, we discuss sexual difficulties, how stress is related to sexuality and sexual concerns, what to do if you find your mind wandering during sex and how to incorporate mindfulness in the bedroom to improve your sex life.


In this episode of the Sexology podcast, Lori shares a great deal of information about her findings related to stress, mindfulness and sex. She provides some of her specific research results and gives actionable advice to improve your sexual life.


  • Some of Dr. Brotto’s findings
  • Low desire is the most common sexual difficulty
  • Stress levels related to sexuality
  • The honey moon period
  • Mind-wandering during sex
  • How Lori got into her work
  • Dialect Co Behavior therapy
  • Defining mindfulness
  • Mindfulness to improve sexual function
  • How to implement meditation and mindfulness
  • Fantasy vs being present
  • The first steps to becoming more mindful

About Dr. Nazanin Moali

Dr. Nazanin Moali is a clinical psychologist and sex therapist in the Los Angeles area. She helps individuals and couples become more mindful during sexual experience to work through sexual and relational concerns. Dr. Moali provides confidential consultation sessions in her Torrance and Hermosa Beach offices or via a secure video-counseling platform online.


About Dr. Lori Brotto

Lori Brotto is an expert when it comes to sex and sexuality. She is a clinical psychologist and sex researcher. Lori is also an author and a member of different organizations related to sexuality.

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