About the Video Author:
Dr. Deb Liano is a nationally recognized Sex Therapist, Sex Educator and International Author.
Dr. Deb Liano practices Holistic Sex Therapy meaning she works with the whole person as sexual wellness encompasses many areas of one’s life.
Dr. Debra Laino DHS, M.ED, MS holds a Doctorate in Human Sexuality from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco, CA, a Masters Degree in Education from Widener University in Chester, PA, and a Masters Degree in Psychology from Capella University in Minneapolis, MN. She has over fourteen years of professional experience. Dr. Laino is also the President and founding member of Delaware Association for Sexology (DAS). Furthermore, Dr. Debra Laino is Board Certified by the American College of Sexologists and Diplomate of The American Board of Sexology. In addition she is an AASECT certified Sexuality Educator.
Video times listed below in bold:
- 0:00-0:06 – Introduction by Dr. Deb Liano to one of her “Snap Therapy” tips.
- 0:07-0:20 – Dr. Liano is totally against water-based lubricants, because they contain parabens and glycerin. As well she said “we know that parabens are cancer causing.”
- 0:21-0:24 – One of the personal lubricants that she recommends to her clients, is coconut oil.
- 0:25-0:41 – Dr. Liano recommends coconut oil because it is pure and can also be used for cooking, massage, masterbation (wether male or female), hair moisturizer, plus many other things as well.
- 0:42-0:58 – She also recommends coconut oil NOT be used with latex condoms, because an oil is believed to eat away the latex.
- 0:59-1:18 – Video segment closes.
Article source: Snap Therapy with Dr. Deb Liano. Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6K9QkIIKQmU on May 24, 2013. And, also appeared there on June 21, 2014.
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