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Dr. Lorena Olvera

Dr. Lorena Olvera Moreno is a Mexican sexologist and former Fulbright scholar with more than 12 years of experience as a sex educator and a sex and relationship therapist. Dr. Lorena was nominated as Women of the Future by the US magazine NewsWeek .


Her doctorate and master's degree in sexuality as well as her certification in the Gottman method of couples therapy level 1 and 2, make Dr. Lorena a therapist with an inclusive and gender perspective. She currently works online with patients of all sexual orientations and gender identities.


She has also worked as an educator and professor at the university, community, and institutional levels, teaching courses on human sexuality and reproductive justice, and developing sexuality curricula in both the United States and Mexico. She currently collaborates as a Latin America Region Cultural Advisor in UnHushed , an organization dedicated to the creation of sex education curricula and courses for all ages.


Dr. Lorena has extensive experience in organizing and planning conferences on sexuality, as well as facilitating workshops at international and national conferences. She received the Schiller Prize for her presentation entitled "Cross-cultural Code-switching in Sexuality" at the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) Conference in 2016. She currently serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the American Journal of Sexuality Education.


Lastly, Lorena has worked as a host on various radio and television shows on sexuality and currently runs an educational page on Facebook, Sexprésate, in Spanish where she writes on sexuality, gender equality, LGB-T issues, and relationships.


Dr. Lorena Olvera has a degree in psychology and a specialty in psychosexual therapy from the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (Puebla, Mexico); as well as a master's degree in education and a doctorate in human sexuality studies from Widener University (Pennsylvania, United States), where she received the William Stayton Prize for leadership applied to human sexuality (2018).


Doctor of Sexuality

Ana Gracida

Clinical psychologist and educator in human sexualities with more than 20 years of group, couple and individual clinical practice. Ana's two great passions are education and psychotherapy, which is why she has a Master's Degree in Sexual Education with a specialization in Clinical Sexology and a Master's Degree in Education and Teaching.
Ana is creative, empathetic, feminist, inclusive, passionate about reading, and in constant training to achieve healthy deconstruction and ethical congruence.

Individual therapy specialties: Radical self-love, female sexuality and pleasure, mindfulness, and topics related to sex-gender diversity.

Specialties in couples therapy: People from the LGBTTTIQPA+ community, as well as other non-monogamous forms of relationship.

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Maru Reynaga

Psychologist and sexualities educator, with extensive professional experience as a sex therapist and couples therapist with a gender perspective.


She studied a Master's Degree in Sexual Education and a specialty in Clinical Sexology with an Existential Humanist approach. She trained as a Dance Therapist and Couples Therapist with a Systemic Experiential approach. ​


Her experience and training allow her to include work with the body and voice in psychotherapy as a tool for creative, inclusive and pleasurable sexuality. ​


Individual therapy specialties: Female and male sexual pleasure, sexual health, sexual diversity. ​


Specialties in couples therapy: Difficulties of erotic life in the couple and infidelity.


Rosalía Valencia

Clinical psychologist, Educator and Counselor for human sexualities, with more than 15 years of private clinical practice.


Rosalía has a Master's Degree in Sexual Education with specialization in Clinical Sexology, the phase I and II diplomas for Human Sexualities, a virtual course in Therapeutic Work for Sexual Offenders, a diploma in Forensic Psychology, as well as the ECO 0932 Certification in Human Care in Victim Situation.


Specialties: art therapy, sexual and reproductive rights of young people, human rights of children, preparation and execution of psychological tests for the diagnosis of sexual abuse, in constant training for working with people from the trans community.


Connie Salinas 

Clinical psychologist and general nurse with more than 16 years of experience in the hospital medical area, with a master's degree in sexual education and a specialty in clinical sexology.

Connie has a diploma in: Thanatology, care for victims of sexual abuse, couples psychotherapy, anxiety and depression, and suicidology.

Specialties in individual therapy: Difficulties of erotic life, grief for loss of partner or health, anxiety, depression, psychosexual support for patients with chronic illnesses, and psycho-corporal support for women with experiences of sexual abuse. 

Couple specialties: conflict management, sexuality in couples, assertive communication, and sexual education.

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