Related Links for Sexual Health

American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists AASECT

  • The mission of the association is to provide professional education and certification of sexuality educators, counselors, and therapists, as well as individuals who supervise sex therapists in training. The website provides information on how to become a member of AASECT, and how to become a certified practitioner, as well as information about educational opportunities.  Furthermore, the website offers a tool for providers and members of the public to locate a certified sexuality professional.

Health Library Learning Center: Sexual Health

  • Information on issues related to sexual health, including: female and male genital problems, genital  injuries, sexually transmitted infections, sexuality and physical changes with aging, birth control options, and STI testing, as well as a variety of other sexual health topics, medical tests, and medication options.

U-M Prostate Cancer Survivorship Clinic

  • The University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center, prostate cancer survivorship clinic offers comprehensive evaluation and treatment of incontinence and erectile dysfunction. It also provides screening for depression, anxiety and fears that may arise about your recovery. The frequency of visits and topics discussed are tailored to each patient's specific needs. The goal of our individualized care is to help you through all aspects of your recovery.

Prostate Cancer Foundation

  • The foundation website offers information about the prostate and prostate cancer, treatment options and side effects, as well as information about research successes and current research trials. The website provides free downloadable guides on prostate cancer, nutrition, exercise and prostate cancer, and questions to ask your doctor.

International Pelvic Pain Society

  • The goal of this group is to educate the public about chronic pelvic pain in addition to supporting professionals on how to diagnosis and manage chronic pelvic pain. The website offers an educational booklet for patients about pelvic pain, a resource list of providers, and a place to ask questions to the board.

National Vulvodynia Association

  • This association provides information and education on vulvodynia; educational booklets can be downloaded; there is a resource section, a list of providers, support groups, and personal stories of people who have suffered from vulvodynia.

Vulvar Pain Foundation

  • The website of this non-profit organization provides information on vulvar pain, treatment options, the benefits of a low-oxalate diet (including a low oxalate cookbook), and the opportunity to participate in support groups.

The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction

  • The Kinsey Institute website offers information about their institute, about the study of sexuality and sexual health, and provides information on their current research projects, as well events and links to resources available to researchers and the public.

Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS)

  • The SIECUS Council strives to educate, advocate and inform the general public, and policymakers about the need for comprehensive sexuality education and access to reproductive health information and services for all people. The website offers policy updates in addition to other resources on sexual health education and policy level issues.

Go Ask Alice

  • Is a health question and answer website. Anyone can ask a health question. Questions have been answered on the topics of alcohol and other drugs, emotional health, fitness and nutrition, general health, relationship, and sexual and reproductive health. The responses are written by Columbia University health professionals.

Medscape Resource Center

  • Provides medical news, clinical reference access and medical education on a broad array of medical topics.