About

G Zachariah White, PsyD

G Zachariah White, PsyD

G Zachariah “Zach” White, MFA, PsyD, LP I am a queer licensed psychologist and sex therapist. I have specialized training and clinical experience in the area of sexuality and would like to help you overcome whatever it is that interferes with your sexual, emotional, or relational health. I will work with you to create a safe and compassionate space where you can see yourself and your problem in a new light. Together we will examine how the problem came into your life, how it affects you, and how you might change your relationship with it. I have worked with a wide variety of clients in settings such as the Program in Human Sexuality at the University of Minnesota Medical School, the Indian Health Board of Minneapolis, and the University of Minnesota Duluth student counseling center. I have experience working with lesbian, gay, straight, bisexual, and transgender clients both individually and with significant others. My doctoral research focused on how people address conflicts between sexual orientation and religious identity.


verified by Psychology Today

verified by Psychology Today Directory

Gottman Approved Member

“Zach is a very skilled therapist. . . full of integrity, thoughtful, compassionate, caring. . . . I would have no hesitation referring patients to him.”

—Eli Coleman, PhD, Chair in Sexual Health, Program in Human Sexuality, University of Minnesota Medical School

Comments

About — 2 Comments

  1. My question is I am disabled was born with spina bifida and am in a chair and my Diane is an abled bodied woman when we make love she always has to be on top cause my hips don’t work for thrusting and that gets boring how else can we do it cause I also have a all short penis wich barely reaches up in her and I also can’t ejaculate no matter how hard I try but I can keep a good erection and orgasum but just not ejaculat help

  2. Here are a few resources that might give you some ideas:

    • The Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability: For All of Us Who Live with Disabilities, Chronic Pain, and Illness by Miriam Kaufman, Cory Silverberg, and Fran Odette.
    • http://www.nsrc.sfsu.edu/issues/sex-and-disability
    • An internet search for “sex and disability”

    Any other ideas?