Aline Penny Zoldbrod Ph.D.



Works

SexSmart: How Your Childhood Shaped Your Sexual Life and What to Do About It
iUniverse 2009. Originally published by New Harbinger Publications, 1998.
Zoldbrod’s “Milestones of Sexual Development Model” illuminates the fascinating, surprising events which determine adult sexual functioning. Sex Smart won Fore Word Magazine’s award as one of the three best self help books of the year. Sex Smart reveals that surprisingly, it is often the non-sexual events in your family of origin which form adult sexual personality.

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Men, Women and Infertility: Intervention and Treatment Strategies
Lexington Books, 1993
"The perfect tool-kit for every therapist working with infertile couples ...A compendium of innovative techniques..." Men, Women and Infertility gives professionals concrete strategies to help patients, including innovative cognitive behavioral, imagistic, and hypnotic techniques. Accessible to patients too. Detailed description of gender differences. Comprehensive, with index, may be used as a reference book.

Sex Talk: Uncensored Exercises for Exploring What Really Turns You On
Coauthored by Aline Zoldbrod and Lauren Dockett(New Harbinger, 2002)
“Sex Talk is a recipe for great sex, combining the physical aspects--like sexual positions and body image, with the emotional aspects, then adding a dash of spice and intimacy. The exercises described are sure to turn your sex life into a gourmet experience.”
--Deb Levine, MA, sex and relationship expert, “Ask Delilah” of Oxygen media, and author of
The Joy of Cybersex

Selected Works

Self Help
SexSmart: How Your Childhood Shaped Your Sexual Life and What to Do About It
“the best model of sexual development...” Award winner, Fore Word Magazine, Self Help Category, 1998
Sex Talk: Uncensored Exercises for Exploring What Really Turns You On
A spicy example of mainstream non-fiction. Learn how to talk up to get what you want, sexually.
Nonfiction
Men, Women and Infertility: Intervention and Treatment Strategies
"an extremely important and valuable contribution to the field” --Journal of Psychosomatic Research, review, 1997