Dear friends of the CWHN,
These are not easy times for non-profits and NGOs in Canada. At the CWHN, for example, we are managing to keep our operations going despite our funding cut earlier this year, but all our staffing has been cut back significantly, and we function primarily out of our home offices and less from our long-time headquarters in Winnipeg. We are keeping fresh content on our website, making plans for another event on girls, women and alcohol, and have just started an exciting research project on the same issue. We're sharing women's health news and information on... Read more.
New directions in sex therapy: Innovations and alternatives
"The request from Network magazine to review New Directions was a timely one for me. The book raises issues that are very much alive in my world of UK sex therapy at the moment, as well as in the American and Canadian context in which most of the contributing authors are writing..." Read the review by Meg Barker.
Treating pelvic pain
"My file on vulvar pain stretches back several decades. One thing has not changed: a woman may seek up to 10 medical opinions before getting a correct diagnosis and possible help. In the absence of pathogens or a clear physical ailment, a woman's concerns tend to be dismissed..." Read the latest Spring Talks Sex blog.