#104 – Psychology and Cybersexuality


Joanie Gillispie, Ph.D. is co-author of the 2007 book, Cyber Rules: What You Really Need to Know About The Internet. Dr. Gillispie received a doctorate in clinical psychology from the Fielding Graduate University with an emphasis in Health Psychology. Dr. Gillispie works from systems and individual theories, utilizing Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioral perspectives. She holds a Professional Postdoctoral Training Certificate from U.C. Berkeley in Neuropsychological Assessment Screening and a one-year, advanced training in Strategic Depth Psychotherapy. Her expertise is in the area of Internet Media, understanding the psychological and social effects of cyberspace and cyberculture. Her research, writing, and presentations about the Internet include Media Literacy, Cyber Sexuality, and Professional Issues Online for mental health consumers, practitioners, and organizations. She has also taught at UC Berkeley, Dominican University of California, and the University of Phoenix.


One Comment

  1. Megan
    Posted April 20, 2008 at 8:22 pm | Permalink

    Hey Doctor Dave!
    Thank you for this interview, at the end you say if we want to hear more about this topic to let you know: Please do more talks like this! I was in Professor Bliss’s class, the day you came and spoke to us. Our discussion started to go along the same lines. I wish our class had heard this podcast first because I think it makes some really valid points about personal sexual exploration of adults versus that same exploration for children (something our class did not distinguish between).
    Great Podcast!!

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