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CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME: 		Sandra Risa Leiblum, Ph.D.

ADDRESS:	6 Kathleen Place
		Bridgewater, NJ 08807
		

PHONE: 		908-685-1784

E-MAIL:		sleiblum@gmail.com


CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY LICENSE:	New Jersey #971


EDUCATION:

	B.A., Brooklyn College of the City University of New York

	M.A., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

	Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

	Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver, Colorado


POSITIONS:	
	
	CURRENT:
		New Jersey Center for Sexual Wellness
		Director of Psychological Services
		Bedminster, NJ
	
		Private Practice, Bridgewater, New Jersey
	
	PAST:
		Professor of Clinical Psychiatry (until 12/2007)
		UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
		Piscataway, New Jersey
	
		Director, Internship Program in Clinical Psychology
		Director, Center for Sexual and Relationship Health
		Department of Psychiatry
		UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School 
	
		Adjunct Appointment, Graduate School of Applied & Professional Psychology-Rutgers University


CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:

	Psychology Intern, Worcester State Hospital
	Worcester, Massachusetts
	
	Child-Clinical Psychology Intern, Worcester Youth Guidance Center
	Worcester, Massachusetts
	
	Counseling Psychologist, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
	Worcester, Massachusetts
	
	Postdoctoral Fellow, Adult/Community Psychology
	University of Colorado Medical Center
	Denver, Colorado
	
	Team Leader, UMDNJ-Community Mental Health Center
	Dunellen, New Jersey
	
	Consultant, Infertility Programs, University Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Fertility


ACADEMIC AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

	Seminar in Sex & Marital Therapy
	Rutgers University Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology 

	Paast Director, Human Sexuality Program
	UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

	Director, Postgraduate Program in Sex Therapy
	UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
	Department of Psychiatry & Office of Continuing Education


INVITED CONSULTANT:

	Psychosexual Dysfunction section: 
		DSM-IIIR (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders),
		New York, April 1985.


CONSULTANT:

	Boehringer-Ingelheim
	Eli Lilly
	Johnson and Johnson


CONSULTING EDITOR:

	Editorial Board, Journal of Sex Education and Therapy
	Journal of Sex Research (1985-1987)
	American Journal of Family Therapy
	Behavioral Medicine Abstracts
 	Editorial Board, Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services
	Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy
	

INVITED JOURNAL REVIEWER:

	Board of Consulting Editors, Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality
	American Journal of Family Therapy
	American Psychologist
	Behavior Therapy
	Journal of Abnormal Psychology
	Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology
	Journal of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology
	Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology
	Fertility & Sterility
	Journal of Sexual Medicine


HONORS AND AWARDS

	Fellow: Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, 1990
	
	UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Excellence Award for 
	Distinguished Service in Education, February 1995

	Foundation of UMDNJs Excellence in Teaching Award for 1996-1997

	Women of Excellence Award, Middlesex County Commission on the
	Status of Women, April 2000

	American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists 
	Professional Standard of Excellence Award, April 15, 2000

	Masters and Johnson Lifetime Achievement Award, March 2001
	Awarded by the Society for Sex Therapy and Research

	Richard J. Cross Award for outstanding contributions to the field of human sexuality, 
	UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School,  January 11, 2002

	American Society for Reproductive Medicine Award-2002, Seattle, Washington

	Distinguished Scientific Achievement Award: 
	Awarded by the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex for 
	distinguished contributions to sexuality research over a lifetime. October, 2003.


MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

	American Psychological Association
	American Association for Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (ASSECT) 
		(Certified Sex Therapist;  Certified Supervisor)
	International Academy of Sex Research (IASR)
	New Jersey Psychological Association
	Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR):
	  	Executive Board Member (1977-1979)
	  	Program Chair Person (1983-1984), 1985-1986)
	  	Membership Chairperson (1985-1988)
	  	President, (1991-1993)
	Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality 
		(Fellow)
	International Society for the Study of Womens Sexuality:
		First President- 2000
	The National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
	

PUBLICATIONS: 

BOOKS:

1. Gottman, J. and Leiblum, S. (Eds.) (1976).  
	How to do Psychotherapy and How to Evaluate it: A Manual for Beginners. 
	Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, New York, NY.

2. Leiblum, S. and Pervin, L. (Eds.) (1980). 
	Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy. 
	Guilford Press, New York, NY.

3. Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R. (Eds.) (1988). 
	Sexual Desire Disorders. 
	Guilford Press, New York, NY.

4. Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R. (Eds.) (1989). 
	Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy. An Update for the 1990s. 
	Guilford Press, New York, NY.

5. Rosen, R. and Leiblum, S. (Eds.) 1992). 
	Erectile Disorders: Assessment and Treatment. 
	Guilford Press, New York, NY.

6. Rosen, R. and Leiblum, S. (Eds) (1995). 
	Case Studies in Sex Therapy. 
	Guilford Press, New York, NY.

7. Leiblum, S. (Ed.) (1996). 
	Infertility: Psychological Issues and Counseling Strategies. 
	John Wiley and Sons, New York,NY.

8. Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R. (Eds.) (July 2000). 
	Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy. Third  Edition. 
	Guilford Press, New York, NY.

9. Leiblum, S. and Sachs, J. (2002). 
	Getting the Sex You Want:  A womans guide to becoming proud, passionate and pleased in bed. 
	Crown Publishing, New York . 

10. Leiblum, S. (2007). Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy. Fourth Edition.
	Guilford Press, New York, NY.


CHAPTERS:

1. Briddel, D. and Leiblum, S. (1976). 
	Multimodal treatment of spastic colitis and incapacitating anxiety: A case study. 
	Multimodal Behavior Therapy, Springer Publishing Company, New York.

2. Leiblum, S.R. and Rosen, R.C. (1979).  
	The sexual enhancement weekend workshop: Assets and limitations.  
	In M. Cook and E. Wilson (eds.), Love and Attraction. Pergamon Press, New York.

3. Leiblum, S. (1982).  
	Assessment of Sexual Dysfunction.  
	In F. Keefe and J. Blumental (Eds.)  Assessment Strategies in Behavioral Medicine. 
	Grune and Stratton, New York.

4. Tevlin, H. and Leiblum, S. (1983).  
	Sex role stereotypes and female sexual dysfunction.  
	In V. Franks and E. Rothblum (Eds.) The Stereotyping of Women: Its Effects on Mental Health. Springer Publishing Company, New York, NY.

5. Leiblum, S.R. and Rosen, R.C. (1984) 
	Alcohol and human sexual response. 
	In D.J. Powell (Ed.), Alcoholism and Sexual Function: Issues in Clinic Management. Haworth Press, New York.

6. Leiblum, S. and Bachman, G. (1987, 1991). 
	The sexuality of the climacteric women.  
	In B. Eskin (Ed.) The Menopause: Comprehensive Management. Yearbook Publications, New York.

7. Leiblum, S. (1987).  
	Infertility. 
	In E. Blechman and K. Brownell (Eds.)  Behavioral Medicine for Women.  Pergamon Press,  New York.

8. Hall, K.S. and Leiblum, S. (1987).  
	Sexual dysfunction.  
	In M. Thase, B. Edelstein and M. Hersen (Eds.) Handbook of Outpatient Treatment of Adults.  Plenum Press, New York.

9. Stern, J.M. and Leiblum, S.R. (1987).  
	Postpartum sexual behavior of American women as a function of the absence of frequency of breastfeeding.  A preliminary communication.  
	In L. Else and C. Lee (Eds.) Primate Ontogeny, Cognition and Social Behavior. Cambridge University Press, London.

10. Leiblum, S.R. (1988).  
	Intimacy and the new reproductive options.  
	Women and Therapy. The Haworth Press, Inc., New York, NY

11. Leiblum, S.R. and Rosen, R.C. (1988).  
	Sexual therapy in the age of AIDS.  
	In S.R. Leiblum and R.C. Rosen (Eds.), Sexual Desire Disorders. Guilford Press, New York.

12. Rosen, R.C. and Leiblum, S.R. (1988). 
	A Sexual scripting approach to problems of desire.  
	In S.R. Leiblum and R.C. Rosen (Eds.), Sexual Desire Disorders. Guilford Press, New York.

13. Leiblum, S.R. and Rosen, R.C. (1992). 
	Couples Therapy for erectile disorders.  
	In R.C. Rosen and S.R. Leiblum (Eds.), Erectile Disorders: Assessment and Treatment. Guilford Press, New York.

14. Leiblum, S.R (1994). 
	Sexual Pain Disorders.  
	In G.O. Gabbard (Ed.) Treatments of Psychiatric Disorders: The DSM-IV Edition. American Psychiatric Press, Washington, DC.

15. Leiblum, S.R. (1994).  
	Relinquishing virginity: The treatment of a complex case of vaginismus.  
	In R.C. Rosen and S.R. Leiblum (Eds.) Case Studies in Sex Therapy. Guilford Press, New York.

16. Leiblum, S.R. and Segraves, R.T. (1995).  
	Sex and aging.  
	In J.M. Oldham and M.B. Riba (Eds.) American Psychiatric Press Review of Psychiatry, Vol. 14. American Psychiatric Press, Washington, D.C.

17. Rosen, R.C. and Leiblum, S.R. (1995).  
	Hypoactive sexual desire.  
	In S.B. Levine (Ed.) The Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Vol. 18, (1). W.B. Saunders &Co., Philadelphia, PA.

18. Spector, I.P. Rosen, R.C. and Leiblum, S.R. (1986). 
	Sexuality in the elderly.  
	In W.E. Reichman and P.R. Katz (Eds.). Psychiatric Care in the Nursing Home. Oxford University Press.

19. Leiblum, S. (1996).  
	Introduction.  
	In S.R. Leiblum (Ed.) Infertility: Psychological Issues and Counseling Strategies. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

20. Leiblum, S. and Greenfeld, D. (1996).  
	The course of infertility: Immediate and long-term reactions.  
	In S.R.Leiblum (Ed.) Infertility: Psychological Issues and Counseling Strategies. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

21. Leiblum, S. (1996). 
	Love, sex and infertility: The impact of infertility on couples.  
	In S.R.Leiblum (Ed.) Infertility: Psychological Issues and Counseling Strategies. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

22. Williams, N. and Leiblum, S.R. (1997). 
	Treatment of orgasmic dysfunction in women. 
	In J.J Sciarra (Ed.) Gynecology & Obstetrics, Vol. 6 (104).  Harper & Row, Philadelphia.

23. Leiblum, S. & Doring, N. (2002). 
	Internet Sexuality: Known Risks and Fresh Chances for Women. 
	In A. Cooper: Sex and the Internet: A guide for Clinicians.

24. Althof, S., Leiblum, S. et.al. (2004) 
	Psychological and Interpersonal Contributions to Male and Female Sexual Function and Dysfunction. 
	Source Book. 2nd International  Consensus Conference on Male and Female Sexual Medicine.

25. Leiblum, S. 
	Classification and Diagnosis of Female Sexual Disorders.
	Womens Sexual Function and Dysfunction: Study, Diagnosis and Treatment, ed. by I Goldstein, C Meston, S Davis & A Traish, Taylor and Francis, UK (2005).

26. Leiblum, S. (2006). 
	Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder. 
	In Leiblum, S. (Ed.) Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy. Fourth  Edition. Guilford Press, New York, NY.

27. Leiblum, S. (2006). 
	Sex therapy today: Current issues and future perspectives. 
	In Leiblum, S. (Ed.) Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy. Fourth  Edition. Guilford Press, New York, NY.

28. Leiblum, S. (2007). 
	Effects of Psychologic Factors on Female Sexual Function. 
	In Arleque, L. & Goldstein, S. When sex isn’t good: Stories and solutions of women with sexual dysfunction. New York: Iuniverse.

29. Leiblum, S. (2007). 
	Sex Therapy Today: Current Issues and Future Perspectives. 
	In Leiblum, S. (Ed.).  Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy: 4th Edition. New York: Guilford Press., pgs 3-24.

30. Leiblum, S. (2007). 
	Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder: Perplexing, Distressing and Underrecognized. 
	In Leiblum, S. (Ed.). Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy: 4th Edition. New York: Guilford Press., pgs 54-83. 

JOURNAL EDITOR:

1. Leiblum, S.R. (Guest Ed.) (1996).  In Session: John Wiley & Sons, New York.


BOOK FOREWORDS:

1. Leiblum, S.R.  Foreword to J. Sachs  The Healing Power of Sex (1995).  Paramount Publishing Co., New York, NY.

2. Leiblum, S.R.  Foreword to J.C. Daniluks Womens Sexuality Across the Life Span: Challenging Myths, Creating Meanings (1998).  Guilford Press, New York, NY.

3. Leiblum, S.R.  Foreword to B. Maurices Sexual Medicine in Primary Care (1988).  Mosby Inc., St. Louis, MO.

4. Leiblum, S.R.  Foreword to J.P. Wincze and M.P. Carey, Sexual Dysfunction (2nd Edition) (2001) Guilford Publications, Inc.


ARTICLES:

1. Whimbey, A. & Leiblum, S.  
	Individual differences in memory span with and without activity intervening between presentation and recall. 
	Journal of Educational Psychology, 1967, 58, 311-314.

2. Leiblum, S., Rosen, R., & Pierce, D.  
	Group treatment format: Mixed sexual dysfunctions. 
	Archives of Sexual Behavior, 1976, 5, 189-199.

3. Leiblum, S.  
	Group Treatment of female orgasmic dysfunction. 
	The Female Patient, 1977, 3, 42-45.

4. Leiblum, S. & Ersner-Hershfield, R.  
	Sexual enhancement groups for dysfunctional women:  An evaluation.  
	Journal of  Sex and Marital Therapy, 1977, 3, 139-152.

5. Leiblum, S. & Kopel, S.  
	Screening and prognosis in sex therapy: To treat or not to treat?  
	Behavior Therapy, 1977, 3, 480-486.

6. Leiblum, S & Rosen, R.   
	The weekend workshop format for dysfunctional couples:  Assets and limitations. 
	Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 1979, 5, 57-59.

7. Fracher, J., Leiblum, S. & Rosen, R. 
	Recent advances in the comprehensive evaluation of erectile dysfunction. 
	International Journal of Mental Health, 1981, 10, 2-3, 110-121.

8. Lehrer, P. and Leiblum, S.  
	Physiological, behavioral and self-report measures of assertiveness and assertion anxiety. 
	Behavioral Counseling Quarterly,  1, 4, 1981, 261-274.

9. Gagnon, J. Rosen, R. and Leiblum, S.   
	Cognitive and social aspects of sexual dysfunction: Sexual scripts in sex therapy.  
	Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 1982, 8, 8, 1, 44-56.

10. Leiblum, S., Bachmann, G., Kemmann, E., Colburn, D., Swartzman, L.  
	Vaginal atrophy in the postmenopausal woman: The importance of sexual activity and hormones.  
	Journal of the American Medical Association, April 22/29, 1983, 249, 16, 2195-2198.

11. Leiblum, S., Barbrack, C.   
	Artificial insemination by donor:  A survey of attitudes and knowledge in medical students and infertile couples.  
	Journal of Biosocial Science, 1983, 15, 2, 165-172.

12. McCormack, M., Leiblum, S., and Lazzarini, A.   
	Attitudes regarding utilization of artificial insemination by donor in Huntington Disease.  
	American Journal of Medical Genetics, 1983, 8, 118-127.

13. Bachmann, G., Leiblum, S., Kemmann, E., Colburn, D., Swartzman, L., Sheldon, R.   
	Postmenopausal dyspareunia: Vaginal atrophy index: Key to clinical evaluation.    	
	The Female Patient, 1984, 8, 118-127.

14. Bachmann, G., Leiblum, S., Kemmann, E., Colburn, D., Swartzman, L., and Sheldon, R.   
	Sexual expression and its determinants in the postmenopausal woman.   	
	Maturitas, 1984, 6, 19-29.

15. Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R.   
	Alcohol and human sexual response.  
	Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 1984, 1, 1-17. 
	Also In: Alcoholism and Sexual Dysfunction: Issues in Clinic Management, D. J. Powell (Ed.), Haworth Press, New York, NY: 1984.

16. Bachmann, G. and Leiblum, S.  
	Sexual expression during the climacteric years. 
	Sexual Medicine Today, February 1985, 7-10.

17. Bachmann, G., Leiblum, S., Sandler, B., Ainsley, W., Sheldon, R., Narcessian, R., Hymans, H.  
	Correlates of sexual desire in the postmenopausal woman. 
	Maturitas, September 1985, 7, 3, 211-216.

18. Leiblum, S.R. and Schwartzman, L.C.   
	Womens attitudes toward the menopause: An update.  
	Maturitas, 1986, 8, 47-56.

19. Nichols, M. and Leiblum, S.   
	Lesbianism as personal identity and social role:  A model. 
	Affilia:  Journal of Women and Social Work.  Spring 1986, 1, 1, 48-59.

20. Leiblum, S. and DeLisi, A.M.   
	Support groups for couples coping with in vitro fertilization.  
	Journal of Clinical Practice in Sexuality.  1986, 2, 21-23.

21. Leiblum, S.  
	Sexual needs of an elderly woman.  
	The Journal of Clinical Practice in Sexuality. June, 1986, 2, 6, 17-18.

22. Leiblum, S., Kemmann, E., Colburn, D., Pasquale, S. and DeLisi, A.M. 
	Unsuccessful in vitro fertilization:  A follow-up study.   
	Journal of In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer, 1987, 4, 46-50.

26. Swartzman, L. and Leiblum, S.  
	Changing perspectives on the menopause. 
	Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1987, 6, 11-24.

24. Rosen, R. and Leiblum, S.  
	Current approaches to the evaluation of sexual desire disorders.  
	The Journal of Sex Research, May 1987, 23, 2, 141-162.

25. Leiblum, S., Kemmann, E. and Lane, M.K.   
	The psychological concomitants of in vitro fertilization.   
	Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1987, 6, 165-178.

26. Rosen, R.C. and Leiblum, S.R.   
	Enfoques actuales en la evaluacion de los desordenes del deseo sexual.   
	Revista de Sexologica, 1987, 3, 1, 30-34.

27. Leiblum, S.  
	Wife battering:  Detection and management in office practice.  
	 Journal of Clinical Practice in Sexuality, May 1988, 4, 3.

28. Leiblum, S.R. and Burnhill, M.   
	Womens evaluation of their gynecological care.   
	American Journal of Gynecologic Health, Jan/Feb 1989, 3, 1, 30-34.
	 
29. Bachmann, G.A., Leiblum, S.R., Grill, J.   
	Brief sexual inquiry in gynecologic practice.   
	Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, March 1989, 73, 3, 425-427.

30. Leiblum, S.   
	Intimacy and the new reproductive options. 
	Women and Sex Therapy,  E. Cole and E. Rothblum (Eds.), Haworth Press, New York, NY, 1989.

31. Leiblum, S.   
	Whats new in sex therapy.  
	N.J. Psychologist, Spring, 1990, 40, 2, 9-10.

32. Leiblum, S.   
	Sexuality and the mid-life woman.   
	Psychology of Women Quarterly, 1990, 14, 495-508.
		
33. Leiblum, S., Kemann, E. and Taska, L.   
	Attitudes toward multiple births and pregnancy concerns in infertile and non-infertile women.   
	Journal of Psychosomatic OB/GYN, 1990, 11, 197-210.

34. Leiblum, S.  
	Guiding women on how to cope with erectile difficulties.   
	Clinical Practice in Sexuality, January 1991, 7, 1, 16-23.

35. Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R.   
	Couples therapy for erectile disorders:  Conceptual and clinical considerations.   
	Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 1991, 17, 2, 147-159.

36. Bachman, G. and Leiblum, S.   
	Sexuality in sexagenarian women.   
	Maturitas, 1991, 13, 43-50.

37. Leiblum, S.R. and Hamkins, S.E.  
	To tell or not to tell:  attitudes of reproductive endocrinologists concerning disclosure to offspring of conception via assisted insemination by donor.   
	Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1992, 13, 267-275.

38. Leiblum, S.  
	The Sexual Difficulties of Women.   
	Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia, May 1992, 221-225.

39. Leiblum, S.  
	Libido and Lubricants.   
	Menopause Management, March 1993, 16-18.

40. Rosen, R.C. and Leiblum, S.R.   
	Treatment of male erectile disorder: Current options and dilemmas.   
	Sex and Marital Therapy, 1993, 8, 1, 5-8.

41. Rosen, R.C., Taylor, J.F., Leiblum, S.R., and Bachmann, G.A.   
	Prevalence of Sexual Dysfunction in Women: Results of a Survey Study of 329 Women in an Outpatient Gynecologic Clinic.  
	Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 1993, 19, 3, 171-188.

42. Leiblum, S.R., Rosen, R.C., Platt, M., Cross, R.C., and Black, C.   
	Sexual behavior and attitudes of U.S. medical students: Effects of gender, age, and year of study.   	
	Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 1993, 19, 4, 235-245.           

43. Leiblum, S.R. and Williams, E.   
	Screening in and out of the new reproductive options: Who decides and why.  
	Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1993, 14, 37-44.

44. Spector, L.P. Leiblum, S.R., Carey, M.P. and Rosen, R.C.   
	Diabetes and female sexual function: A critical review. 
	Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 1993, 15 (4), 257-264.

45. Schover, L.R. and Leiblum, S.R.   
	The stagnation of sex therapy.   
	Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality, 1994, 6 (3), 5-30.

46. Leiblum, S.R.  
	Taking a sexual history:  Assessing disease risk and managing sexual concerns.  
	The Female Patient, 1994, 19, 20-23.

47. Leiblum, S.  
	The impact of infertility on martial and sexual satisfaction.   
	Annual Review of Sex Research, 1994, 4, 99-120.

48. Lilleleht, E. and Leiblum, S.R.   
	Schizophrenia and sexuality:  A critical review of the literature.   
	Annual Review of Sex Research, 1994, 4, 247-276.

49. Rosen, R.C. and Leiblum, S.R., and Spector, I.P.   
	Psychologically bsed treatment for male erectile disorder: cognitive-interpersonal model.   
	Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 1994, 20, 2, 67-85.

50. Taylor, J.F., Rosen, R.C. and Leiblum, S.R.    
	Self-Report assessment of female sexual function: Psychometric evaluation of the brief index of sexual functioning for women.   
	Archives of  Sexual Behavior, 1994, 23, 6, 627-643.

51. Leiblum, S.R., Baume, R.M., and Croog, S.H.   
	The sexual functioning of elderly hypertensive women.  
	Journal  of  Sex and Marital Therapy, 1994, 20, 4, 259-270.

52. Croog, S., Elias, M., Colton, T., Baume, R., Leiblum, S., Jenkins, D., Perry, M., Hall, W.D.   
	Effects of antihypertensive medications on quality of life in elderly hypertensive women.  
	American Journal of Hypertension, 1994, 7, 329-339.

53. Leiblum, S.R., Palmer, M.G. and Spector, I.P.   
	Non-traditional mothers: Single heterosexual/lesbian women and lesbian couples electing motherhood via donor insemination.   
	Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1995, 16, 1, 11-20.

54. Leiblum, S.R.  
	Commentary on McCarthys Bridges to Sexual Desire.
	Journal of Sex Education & Therapy, 1995, 21, 2, 142-144.

55. Leiblum, S.R.   
	Commentary on Ashtons Structured Sexual Therapy with Severely Dissociative Patients.  
	Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 1995, 21, 4, 278-279.

56. Leiblum, S.R.   
	Teaching sexuality to medical students:  Challenges and observations.  
	SIECUS Report, 1995, 23, 5, 8-10.

57. Rosen, R.C. & Leiblum, S.R. 
 	Treatment of sexual disorders in the 1990s:  An integrated approach.  
	Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1995 63, 6, 877-890.

58. Rosen, R. and Leiblum, S.R.  
	Hypoactive sexual desire disorder.  
	Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 1995, 18, 107-121.

59. Leiblum, S.R.  
	Love, sex, and infertility: The impact of infertility on the couple.  
	In session: Psychotherapy in Practice, 1996, 2, 2, 29-39.

60. Leiblum, S.R.  
	Sex and the Net: Clinical Implications.  
	Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 1997, 22, 1, 21-27.

61. Leiblum, S.R. & Bacon, A.L.  
	Disclosure issues and decisions of couples who conceived via donor insemination.  
	Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1997, 18, 292-300.

62. Leiblum, S.R.  
	Definition and Classification of female sexual disorders.  
	International Journal of Impotence Research, 1998, 10, Suppl. 2, S104-S106.

63. Heiman, M.L., Leiblum, S.R., Esquilin, S.C. and Melendez-Pallitto, L.  
	A comparative survey of belief about normal childhood sexual behaviors.  
	Child Abuse & Neglect, 1998, 22, 4, 289-304.

64. Leiblum, S.R., Aviv, A.., and Hamer, R.  
	Life after infertility treatment: a long-term investigation of marital and sexual function.  
	Human Reproduction, 1998, 13, 12, 3569-3574.

65. Leiblum, S.R.  
	Sexual Problems and Dysfunction: Epidemiology, Classification and Risk Factors.  
	Journal of Gender-Specific Medicine, Sept/Oct, 1999, 2, 5, 41-45.

66. Leiblum, S.R.  
	What every urologist should know about female sexual dysfunction.  
	International Journal of Impotence Research, Sept. 1999, 11, 1, S39-40.

67. Basson, R., Berman, J., Burnett, A., Derogatis, L., Ferguson, D., Fourcroy, J., Goldstein, I., Graziottin, A., Heiman, J., Laan, E., Leiblum, S., Padma-Nathan, H. Rosen, R., Segraves, K., Segraves, R.T., Shabsigh, R., Sipski, M., Wagner, G. and Whipple, B.:   
	Report of the International Consensus Development Conference on Female Sexual Dysfunction: Definitions and Classifications.  
	J. Urol., 2000 163:888-893

68. Leiblum, S.R. 
	Discussion Paper Some Thoughts and Comments about Screening Candidates for Third-Party Assisted Reproduction: The Clinicians Dilemma.  
	Sexual Relationship Therapy, 2000, 15, 1, 79-86.

69. R. Rosen, C. Brown, J. Heiman, S. Leiblum, C. Meston, R. Shabsigh, D. Ferguson, R. D'Agostino, Jr.   
	The Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI):  A Multidimensional Self-Report Instrument for the Assessment of Female Sexual Function.  
	J. of Sex & Marital Health, 2000, 26, 191-208.

70. Jan I. Shifren, M.D., Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D., James A. Simon, M.D., Peter R. Casson, M.D., John E. Buster, M.D., Geoffrey P. Redmond, M.D., Regula E. Burki, M.D., Elizabeth S. Ginsburg, M.D., Raymond C. Rosen, Ph.D., Sandra R. Leiblum, Ph.D., Kim E. Caramelli, M.S. and Norman A. Mazer, M.D., Ph.D.  
	Manuscript 93-3554 - Multi-center, double-blind, placebo-controlled evaluation of transdermal testosterone replacement in surgically menopausal women with impaired sexual function.  
	New England J. of Medicine, 2000, 343, 10, 682-688.

71. Leiblum, S.R.  
	Sex, Women and the Internet.   
	J. of Sex Education and Therapy, 2000, 22, (N1), 21-27.

72. Norman A. Mazer, M.D., Ph.D., Sandra R. Leiblum, Ph.D. and Raymond Rosen, Ph.D.  
	The Brief Index of Functioning for Women (BISF-W): a new scoring algorithm and comparison of normative and surgically menopausal populations. 
	The Journal of the North American Menopause Society, 2000 7, 5, 350-363.

73. Leiblum, S.R.  
	Redefining Sexual Response, 
	Contemporary  OB/GYN, 2000 45, 11, 120-126.

74. Leiblum, S.R.  
	An established medical school human sexuality curriculum:  description and evaluation, 
	Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 2001, 16, 1, 159-167.

75. Leiblum, S.R.  
	Critical overview of the new consensus-based definitions and classifications of female sexual dysfunction, 
	Journal of Sex & Martial Therapy, 2001, 27, 159-168.

76. Leiblum, S.R. and Nathan, S.G. 
	Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome: A Newly Discovered Pattern of Female Sexuality, 
	Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 2001, 27, 365-380.

77. Leiblum, S. 
	Women, sex and the internet. 
	Sexual and Relationship Therapy., 2001, 16, 4, 389-405.

78. Leiblum, S. and Nathan, S.   
	Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome in Women. 
	The Female Patient. April, 2002. Volume 27; 34-37.

79. Kingsberg S, Althof SE, Leiblum S. 
	Books helpful to patients with sexual and marital problems. 
	J Sex Marital Ther. 2002 May-Jun;28(3):219-28

80. Leiblum S. & Nathan S. (2002). 
	Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome in Women: A not uncommon but little  recognized complaint. 
	Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 17, 2, 191-198.

81. Leiblum S. & Wiegel M. (2002). 
	Psychotherapeutic interventions for treating female sexual dysfunction. 
	World Journal of  Urology; 20, 127-136

82. Trachter A, Rogers A & Leiblum S. (2002). 
	Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Women: Impact on relationship and sexual health. 
	Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 8 (6), 413-421.

83. Derogatis L, Rosen R, Leiblum S, Burnett A. & Heiman J. (2002) 
	The female sexual distress scale (FSDS): Initial validation of a standardized scale for assessment of sexually related personal distress in women. 
	Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 28, 4, 317-330.

84. Leiblum S. (2003)
	Arousal Disorders in Women: Complaints and complexities.
	Medical Journal of Australia. 6.16.03, pgs.638-640.

85. Basson, R, and Leiblum, S. 
	The making of a disease: female sexual dysfunction. Without industry funding little new research will be possible.
	BMJ. 2003 Mar 22;326(7390):658; discussion 658; author reply 658. No abstract available.

86. Leiblum S, Wiegel M. & Brickle F. (2003)
	Sexual Attitudes of American and Canadian Medical Students:  The Role of Ethnicity, Gender, Religion and Acculturation.  
	Sexual & Relationship Therapy, 18, 4: 473-491.

87. Basson R, Leiblum S, Brotto L, Derogatis L, Furcroy J, Fugl-Meyer K, Graziottij A, Jeiman J, Laan E, Ston C, Scover L, van Lankveld J, Wejmar Schultz W, (2003). 
	Definitions of womens sexual dysfunctions reconsidered: advocating expansion and revision. 
	J. Psychosom Obstet Gynecol, 24, 221-229.

88. Leiblum, S. (2004). 
	Identifying sexual dysfunction among populations of postmenopausal women. 
	Menopause Management. 13, 26-29.

89. Bachmann, G. & Leiblum, S. (2004).  
	Sexuality and Menopause: The role of hormones.   
	Menopause. 

90. Basson R, Leiblum S, Brotto L,  Derogatis L, Fourcroy J, Fugl-Meyer K, Grazzatin A, Heiman J, Laan E, Meston C, Schover L, Van Langvan & Schultz W. (2004).  
	Revised Definitions of Womens Sexual Dysfunctions. 
	The Journal of Sexual Medicine: Volume 1, Issue 1, 40-48.

91. Basson R, Althof S, Davis S, Goldstein I, Leiblum S, Meston C, Rosen R. & Wagner G. (2004). 
	Summary of the Recommendations on Sexual Dysfunctions in Women.  
	The Journal of Sexual Medicine: Volume 1, Issue 1, Jul 2004

92. Leiblum S. (2003).  
	Sex-starved marriages sweeping the U.S.   
	Sexual & Relationship Therapy 18,4:427-428.

93. Leiblum, S., Brown, C. & Wan, J. (2005). 
	Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome: A descriptive Study. 
	Journal of Sexual Medicine,  2, 331-337. 

94. Althof, S., Leiblum, S., et. Al (2005).   
	Psychological and Interpersonal Contributions to Male and Female Sexual Dysfunction. 
	Journal of Sexual Medicine,  

95. Sills T, Wunderlich G, Pyke R, Segraves RT, Leiblum S, Clayton A, Cotton D, Evans, D. 
	The Sexual Interest and Desire Inventory-Female (SIDI-F): item response analyses of data from women diagnosed with hypoactive sexual desire disorder. 
	J Sex Med. Nov. 2 2005; (6):801-18.

96. Clayton, A., Segraves, R.,  Leiblum, S., et. Al.,  
	The Sexual Interest and Desire Inventory - Female (SIDI-F): Item Response Analyses of Data From Women Diagnosed with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder.
	Journal of Sexual Medicine (2005)

97.  Graziottin, A. & Leiblum, S.   
	Biological and Psycholosocial pathophysiology of female sexual dysfunction during the menopausal transition. 
	Journal of Sexual Medicine. Sep.2 2005; Supplement 3: 133-45. 

98. Leiblum, S., Koochaki, P., Rodenerg, C., Rosen, R. (2006).   
	Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in postmenopausal women: US Results from the Womens International Study of Health and Sexuality (WISHeS). 
	Menopause, 13, 1, 1-11.

99. Dobkin R,  Leiblum S, Rosen R, Menza M, Marin H. (2006).  
	Depression and Sexual Functioning in Minority Women: Current Status and Future Directions. 
	J Sex Marital Ther. Jan-Feb; 32(1):23-36.

100. Bachmann GA, Rosen R, Arnold LD, Burd I, Rhoads GG, Leiblum SR, Avis N. (2006). 
	Chronic vulvar and other gynecologic pain: prevalence and characteristics in a self-reported survey. 
	J Reprod Med Jan; 51(1):3-9.

101. Dobkin R, Menza M,  Marin H, Allen A, Rousso R, Leiblum S.  
	Bupropion improves sexual functioning in depressed minority women: an open-label switch study.  
	J Clin Psychopharmacol. 2006 Feb;26(1):21-6

102. Rosen R, Kountz D, Post-Zwicker T, Leiblum S, Wiegel M. (2006). 
	Sexual communication skills in residency training: the Robert Wood Johnson model.  
	J Sex Med. Jan; 3(1):37-46.

103. Leiblum, S. and Needle, R. (2006).
	Female Ejaculation: Fact or Fiction.  
	Current Sexual Health Reports, 3.

104. Leiblum S, Symonds T, Moore J, Soni P, Steinberg S. & Sisson M. (2006). 
	A methodology study to develop and validate a screener for hypoactive sexual desire disorder in postmenopausal women. 	
	J Sex Medicine; 3: 455-464.

105. Dennerstein, L., Lehert, P.,  Koochaki, P., Graziottin, A., Leiblum, S. &  Alexander, J. (2006). 
	Factors Associated with Women’s Health Experiences: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Women Aged 20 – 70 Years. 
	Menopause. 

106. Bachmann GA, Rosen R, Pinn VW, Utian WH, Ayers C, Basson R, Binik YM, Brown C, Foster DC, Gibbons Jr JM, Goldstein I, Graziottin A, Haefner HK, Harlow BL, Kellogg Spadt S, Leiblum SR, Masheb RM,  Reed BD, Sobel JD, Veasley C, Wesselmann U, Witkin SS.  
	Vulvodynia: A State-of-the-Art Consensus on Definitions, Diagnosis and Management. 
	J Reprod Med. 2006; 51:447-456.

107. Goldmeier D, & Leiblum S. (2006). 
	Persistent genital arousal in women: a new syndrome entity. 
	INt J STD AIDS April 17 (4): 215-216. 

108. Leiblum, S. (2006).  
	Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder: What it is and what it isnt. 
	Contemporary Sexuality. 40, 10, 8-13.

109. Dennerstein, L., .Lehert, P., Koochaki, P., Grazziotin, A., Leiblum, S., Alexander, J. (2007).
	A symptomatic approach to understanding women's health experiences: a cross-cultural comparison of women aged 20-70 years. 
	Menopause. Volume 14(4). July/August, 688-696.

110. Leiblum S, Seehuus M & Brown C. (2007).  
	Persistent Genital Arousal: Disordered or Normative Aspect of Female Sexual Response. 
	Journal of Sexual Medicine. 4:3, 680-689.

111. Leiblum S, Seehuus M & Brown C. (2007).  
	Response.  
	Journal of Sexual Medicine.  4:3

112. Leiblum S & Chivers M (2007)
	Normal and Persistent Genital Arousal in Women: New Perspectives. 
	Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 33, 4, 357-376.

113. Leiblum S, Seehuus M, Goldmeier D & Brown C. (2007). 
	Psychological, Medical and Pharmacological Correlates of Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder.  
	Journal of Sexual Medicine, 4, 1358-1366.

114. Dennerstein L, Lehert P, Koochaki P, Graziottin A, Leiblum S & Alexander L. (2007). 
	A symptomatic approach to understanding women’s health experiences - a cross-cultural comparison of women aged 20-70 years. 
	Menopause: The Journal of the North American Menopause Society, 14, 4, 688-696.                   

115. Leiblum, S. & Goldmeier, D. (2007). 
	Persistent genital arousal disorder in women-case reports of association with antidepressant usage and withdrawal . 
	Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy. 34, 2, 150-159.

116. Finamore, P., Seifer, D.,,Ananth, C., & Leiblum, S. (2007). 
	Social Concerns of Women Undergoing Infertility Treatment. 
	Fertility & Sterility 
	   
117.  Hayes, R.,  Dennerstein, L.,  Bennett, C.,  Koochaki,.P. Leiblum, S., & Graziottin, A. (2007) 
	Relationship  between hypoactive sexual desire disorder and aging  
	Fert. Steri 87; 107-112.. 

118. Leiblum, S., Schnall, E., Seehuus, M & DeMaria, A. (2008). 
	To BATHE or not to BATHE: Patient Satisfaction with visits to their family physician. 
	Family Medicine, June,40 (6), 248-252.

119. Leiblum, S. and Seehuus, M. (2008). 
	FSFI scores of women with persistent genital arousal disorder compared with published scores of women with female sexual arousal disorder and healthy controls. 		
	Journal of Sexual Medicine.
 

IN PRESS:

Goldmeier, D. & Leiblum, S. 
	The interaction of psychological and organic factors in Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder in Women: A report of 6 cases. 
	International Journal of STD & AIDS
Derogatis, L., Allgood, A., Rosen, R., Leiblum, S., Zipfel, L. & Guo  Chua-Y., 
	Development and Evaluation of the Women’s Sexual Interest Diagnostic Interview (WSID): A Structured Interview to Diagnose Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) in Standardized Patients. 
	Accepted for publication in Journal of Sexual Medicine.


POSTERS

Rosen, R., Koochaki, P., Rodenberg, C. & Leiblum, S. 
	Hypoactive sexual desire in pre-and post-menopausal women: prevalence and co-morbid sexual complaints. 	
	International Society for the Study of Womens Sexual Health, Vancouver, October 16, 2002

Wunderlich, G.;  Evans, K., Sills, T. ; Pyke, P., Segraves, Leiblum, S.; Clayton, A 
	Development of an instrument to assess female hypoactive sexual desire disorder: preliminary item response analysis results and next steps. 
	ISSWSH, October 15, 2003.

Leiblum,S., Koochaki, P. 
	Self-reported sexual complaints of US women across the life-span. 
	International Society for the Study of Womens Sexual Health, Vancouver, October 16, 2002

Clayton, A.  Leiblum, S., Segraves, RT, Basson, R., Pyke , R , Sills, T..& Evans.K. 
	The sexual interest and desire inventory (sidi): development, pilot validation, and training. 	
	NCDEU. Philadelphia, Penn.  

Clayton, A., Leiblum, S., Segraves, R. , Basson, R., Pyke, R., Sills, T. & Evans, K. (2003). 
	The Sexual Interest and Desire Inventory (SIDI): Development, Pilot Validation and Training. 
	ISSWSH, Amsterdam, 2004.

Leiblum, S., Koochaki, P., Lucas, J., & Rosen, R.  
	Distress associated with  hypoactive sexual desire 
	ISSWSH, Amsterdam, 2004. 

DeRogatis, L.,  Leiblum, S., Kobak, K., Zipfel, L. And Guo, C. 
	Development of the women’s sexual interest diagnostic interview (WSID): An interview to diagnose hypoactive sexual desire disorder and related subtypes in postmenopausal women. 
	ISSWSH, San Diego, 2008.


GRANTS

Nahaas R & Leiblum S.  Heterosexual transmission of HIV in heterosexual monogamous couples. Center for Disease Control, ($77,987.00).

Rosen R & Leiblum S.  Studies of Male Erectile Disorder.  Glaxo Research Institute (Grant #ADA-203) 1992-1993 ($145,580).

Rosen R & Leiblum S.  Phase II Trial of Topical Minoxidil in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction in Men with and Without Diabetes Mellitus.  Upjohn Pharmaceuticals, 1993-1994 ($137,400).

Face Validity Assessment and Focus Group Analysis of a Self-Report Measure of Female Sexual Function (FSDQ) in Heterogeneous Sample of Women (Protocol Number ZN002/001), 1998 ($6,576).

Factor Analysis, Discriminant Validity and Test-Retest Reliability of a Self-Report Measure of Female Sexual Function (FSDQ)in Women with Sexual Dysfunction (Protocol Number ZN002/002), 1999 ($25,875).

Unrestricted grant from Proctor & Gamble Pharmaceuticals for research on psychological measurement instruments for sexual function, 1999 ($5,000).

Leiblum S.  Phase II, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Flexible Dose, Multi-Center Study to Evaluate the Safety, Efficacy and Toleration of VIAGRA (Protocol No. A1481051).

Vulvodynia Prevalence and Efficacy of 4 Interventions.  NIMH 10/1/2000 through 10/1/2005 PI Dr. Gloria A. Bachmann, Chief, General Division, Dept. Obstetrics/Gynecology/Reproductive Sciences, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School  ($1,373,750)


MEDIA REVIEWS:

Bellybuttons are Navels, by Mark Schoen.  Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, Spring 1990, 16, 1.

Growing Up. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, Spring 1990, 16, 1.

Becoming Orgasmic by Julia R. Heiman & Joseph Lo Piccolo, 1993, Videotape.  Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 22 (3) 12/97.

Toward Optimal Health: Sandra R. Leiblum, Ph.D. Discusses Sexual Dysfunction in Women. Journal of  Women's Health. Sep 2006, Vol. 15, No. 7: 815-817


BOOK REVIEWS:

Clinical Methods in Psychology, edited by Irving Weiner.  New York:  John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1976.  
	Reviewed in Behavior Therapy, 1977, 3, 520-522.

Sexual Turning Points: The Seven Stages of Adult Sexulaity, edited by Lorna and Phillip Sarrel, 1984.  New York:  Macmillan, 1984. 	
	Reviewed in Siecus Report, Winter, 1984, 320 pp.

The Illustrated Manual of Sex Therapy, edited by Helen Singer Kaplan.  New York:  Brunner and Mazel, Inc., 1987. 
	Reviewed in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 1988.

Psychiatric Aspects of Reproductive Technology, edited by Nada Stotland.  Washington, DC:  American Psychiatry Press, Inc., 1990.  
	Reviewed in Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 1993, 19 (4), 299-302.

Clinical Management of Sex Addiction. Patrick J. Carnes & Kenneth M. Adams (Eds).  NY: Brunner Routledge. ISBN: 1-58391-361-0


MISCELLANOUS NON-PEER REVIEWED  PAPERS:

Leiblum, S.R. and Rosen, R.C.  The use of behavior modification techniques in sexual counseling.  Perth Amboy Hospital Journal, 1974.

Leiblum, S.  How couples keep sex satisfying.  Sexology, 1975.

Rosen, R.C. and Leiblum, S.R.  Low sexual drive:  Reality or rationalization?  Sexology, 1976.

Leiblum, S.R. The trials and tribulations of extra-marital sex. Sexology, 1976.

Leiblum, S.R. Are frigid women capable of love?  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 1978.

Bachman, G., Leiblum, S.  Sexual expression in menopausal women. Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, October 1981.

Leiblum, S. (2003). Women and Sex: What do Women really want? Family Urology, 8, 2, 12-14. 

Leiblum, S. (2005). Pharmacotherapy for women: Will we? Wont we? Should we? Sexual and Relationship Therapy. 

Goldmeier D & Leiblum S. (2005). Editorial.  STIs and Sexual Dysfunction. In Journal of Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

Leiblum, S., Brown, C., Wan, J. (2005).  Rebuttal to letters regarding persistent sexual arousal. Journal of Sexual Medicine

Leiblum, S.  (2005). Clinicians Forum:  How would you manage and counsel patients with sexual problems related to a male partners erectile dysfunction? In Menopause Management, July/August, 2004, 14, 4, p. 26. 

Dennerstein,L., Lehert, P, Koochaki, P., Leiblum,  S., Alexander, J. & Graziottin.A. (2006). Variation in Symptoms By Age, Reproductive Stage And Country-WISHeS: Womens International Study Of Health And Sexuality. Harvard Menopause Conference, Boston, MA.


COMMENTATOR:

When sex is used as an outlet for anxiety.  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 1982, 16, 3, 94J.

Preoccupation with wifes sexual behavior in previous marriage.  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 1982, 16, 8, 165-172.


RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS/TALKS


1973-1979


Lehrer, P., Gordon, S. & Leiblum, S.  Parent Groups in Behavior Modification: Training or Therapy?  Paper delivered at the American Psychological Association Meeting, August, 1973.

Leiblum, S. and Klein, J.  Dilemmas Facing the Therapist Doing Sexual Counseling.  Workshop presented at the American Orthopsychiatric Association, San Francisco, CA., April, 1974.

Leiblum, S.  Panel moderator:  Gender Roles. American Orthopsychiatric Association, Altanta, GA, March 5, 1976.

Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R.  Masturbation: Therapeutic Use and Misuse.  Workshop presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy Annual Meeting, NY, December, 1976.

Leiblum, S.  The Weekend Workshop for Dysfunctional Couples:  Assets and Limitations.  Paper presented at the Eastern Association of Sex Therapy, New York, March 17, 1977.

Leiblum, S.  Womens Groups for Treatment of Sexual Problems.  Panel participant at the American Orthopsychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New York, April, 1977.

Leiblum, S.  Group Treatment Formats for Individuals/Couples with Sexual Dysfunction.  Paper presented at the Conference on Love and Attraction.  Swansea,Wales, September 8, 1977.

Leiblum, S.  Whats New in Sex Therapy?  Workshop presented at the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Atlanta, GA, December 10, 1977.

Leiblum, S.  Current Perspectives on Gender Dysphorias:  Assessment and Reappraisal. Panel organizer and moderator at the American Orthopsychiatric Association Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 31, 1978.

Leiblum, S.  Is Anatomy Destiny?  Papers presented at the Carrier Clinic Symposium, Carrier Clinic, Belle Mead, NJ, October 11-12, 1978.

Leiblum, S. (with R.Rosen).  A Postgraduate Model for Sex Therapy Training. Presented at Third International Congress of Medical Sexology, Rome, Italy, October 27, 1978.

Rosen, R. and Leiblum, S.  Sexual Scripts:  Assessment and Modification in Sex Therapy.  American Society for Sex Therapy and Research, Fifth Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, March 23, 1979.

Leiblum, S.  Antiandrogens and Psycotherapy in the Treatment of an individual with Multiple Sexual Deviations.  American Society for Sex Therapy and Research , Philadelphia, PA, March 24, 1979.

Lehrer, P. and Leiblum, S.  Physiological, Behavioral, and Self-report Measures of Assertiveness and Assertion Anxiety.  13th Annual AABT Convention, San Francisco, CA, December 16, 1979.


1980-1984


Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R.  Workshop presented for Human Conservation Associates in Tallahassee, Tampa and Jacksonville, FL, February 25-27, 1980.  Presentations included Sexual Scripts in Marriage  Expectations and Realities, Sexual Complaints in Marriage  Causes and Treatment, etc.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality in Mature Women. Rutgers Womens Center, Douglass College, New Brunswick, NJ, December 6, 1980.

Leiblum, S., Lazzarini, A., MacCormack, M.  Artificial Insemination by Donor (AID) in Genetic Counseling for Huntingtons Disease.  31st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, New York, NY, September 24-27, 1980.

Leiblum, S.  A Case of  Sexual Desire Discrepancy:  Issues and Treatment.  7th Annual Meeting of Society for Sex Therapy and Research, New York, NY, March 23, 1981.

Leiblum, S.  Sexual Issues Associated with Infertility.  Invited presentation at New Jersey RESOLVE, Holmdel, NJ, May 19, 1981.

Leiblum, S.  Looking at the Ethical and Treatment Issues in Desire Phase Disorders.  8th Annual Convention of the Association of Sex Therapists and Counselors, Seabrook Island, Charleston, SC, May 30, 1981.

Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R.  Sex Therapy in Perspective: The Last Ten Years. Downstate Medical Center, New York, NY, March 3, 1982.

Leiblum, S.  Sexual Functioning in Postmenopausal Women. Moderator of and presenter on panel on Sexuality and the Menopause. Meeting of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists, New York, NY, March 13, 1982.

Leiblum, S.  Sex Roles:  Their Impact In and Out of Bed.  Office of Continuing Professional Education, Rutgers University, 2nd Annual Conference Impact of Changing Sex Roles on Mental Health, New Brunswick, NJ, April 2, 1982.

Leiblum, S.  Keynote Speaker: Current Status of Sex Therapy. The Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, April 17, 1982.

Leiblum, S.  Attitudes of Medical Students, Infertile Couples and Gynecologists Towards Artificial Insemination Using Donor Semen.  Society for Sex Therapy and Research, Charleston, SC, June 17-20, 1982.

Leiblum, S.  Panel member.  Desire Disorders: Current Perspective. The Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Inc., San Francisco, CA, November 12-14, 1982.

Leiblum, S.  Female Sexual Dysfunctions. Presented to Obstetrics and Gynecology physicians, JFK Medical Center, Edison, NJ, March 8, 1983.

Leiblum, S.  Sexual Inquiry and Referral. Presented to resident physicians.  Somerset Family Practice Association, Somerville, NJ, March 14, 1983

Leiblum, S.  Sex Therapy in Perspective:  The Last Ten Years.  Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry, Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, NY, May 12, 1983.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality and its Hormonal Correlates in Postmenopausal Women. The 6th World Congress of  Sexology, Washington, DC, May 22-27, 1983.

Leiblum, S.  Panel moderator. Treatment of  Inhibited Sexual Desire: Four Points of View.  Society for Sex Therapy and Research, Washington, DC, May 28, 1983.

Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R.  One-day workshop presented for mental health practitioners:  Sexual Concerns in Clinical Practice.  The Robert Eisner Institute of The Childrens Psychiatry Center, Shrewsbury, NJ, June 10, 1983.

Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R.  Sex Therapy Workshop presented for clinical psychology graduate students.  University of Delaware, Newark, DE, June 18,1983.

Leiblum, S.  Moderated panel on menopause.  Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Anaheim, CA, August 26-30, 1983.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality of the Older Woman. Grand Rounds, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY, October 27, 1983.

Leiblum, S.  Postmenopausal Sexuality:  Hormonal and Gynecological Correlates. International Academy of Sex Research, Harriman, NY, November 22-26, 1983.

Leiblum, S.  Whats New in Sex Therapy? Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, NJ, November 30, 1983.

Leiblum, S.  Panelist.  Cognitive-behavioral Approaches to Disorders of Sexual Desire.  World Congress of Behavior Therapy, Washington, DC, December 8-11, 1983.

Leiblum, S.  Talk to Obstetrics and Gynecology residents:  Physical Causes of Dyspareunia and Unconsummated Marriage.  Medical Education Building, New Brunswick, NJ, February 10 and 17, 1994.

Leiblum, S.  Artificial insemination by Donor:  Current Attitudes of Medical Students, Infertile Couples and Prospective Donors.  12th Annual Conference on Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, Sarasota, FL, March 24, 1984.

Leiblum, S.  Female Sexuality.  Centralized Residency Training Program.  Trenton Psychiatric Hospital, Trenton, NJ, May 4, 1984.

Leiblum, S.  Symposium: The Menopause: Gynecological, Psychological and Sexual Perspectives.  Society of Behavioral Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, May 23, 1984.


1985-1989


Leiblum, S.  Menopause:  Deficiency Disease or Developmental Stage. Presented at The Association for Women in Psychology, New York, March 7-10, 1985.

Leiblum, S.  Menopause:  An Update. Panelist and moderator. Conference of The Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, April 19-21, 1985.

Leiblum, S.  Panelist:  Sex and the Heart. American Heart Association, 2nd Annual Science and Health Writers Seminar. North Brunswick, NJ, September 10, 1985.

Leiblum, S.  Organizer and Chairperson of Symposium.  International Academy of Sex Research.  Panel: Cognitive Behavioral Perspectives on Desire Disorders.  Seattle, WA, September 17-21, 1985. Co-presenter with Raymond C. Rosen, Ph.D.: Desire Disorders: An Overview.

Leiblum, S.  All-day Workshop.  New Jersey Academy of Psychology:  Whats New in Sex Therapy:  Update on Evaluation and Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction. Bernardsville, NJ, October 6, 1986.

Leiblum, S.  Panelist on Neuroendocrinology and Female Sexuality.  Society for Sex Therapy and Research, Philadelphia, PA, March 7-9, 1986.

Leiblum, S.  Invited lecturer on Menopause:  New Perspectives.  Sponsored by Planned Parenthood and Bergen Community College.  Two presentations: The Changing Menopause and Sexuality of the Menopausal Woman.  Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ, March 22, 1986.

Leiblum, S.  Paper presentation:  Psychological Concomitants of In Vitro  Fertilization. American Society for Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology.   Temple University Conference Center, Philadelphia, PA, April 4, 1986.

Leiblum, S.  Psychosocial reactions to In Vitro Fertilization.  Preliminary Data.  American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists.  Los Angeles, CA, April 17-20-1986.

Leiblum, S.  Human Sexuality.  Centralized Residency Training Program. Trenton Psychiatric Hospital, Trenton, NJ, May 2, 1986.

Leiblum, S.R.  Intimacy and the New Reproductive Options.  Paper presented at Society for Sex Therapy and Research, New Orleans, LA, March 14, 1987.

Rosen, R.C., Leiblum, S.R. and Hall, K. Etiological and predictive factors in sex therapy:  A review of 500 cases.  Paper presented at Society for Sex Therapy and Research, New Orleans, LA, March 14, 1987.

Leiblum, S.  Experiencing Infertility:  Psychological Concomitants, Coping Processes and Adaptational Outcomes.  Paper presented at American Psychological Association meeting, New York City, August 30, 1987.

Leiblum, S.  Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Meeting, New York City, August 30, 1987.

Leiblum, S.  Health Issues for the Mid-Life Woman. The Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR, December 2, 1987.

Leiblum, S.  The Sexuality of the Sexagenarian Woman. Grand Rounds, The Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR, May 17, 1988.

Grand Rounds, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, UMD-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, NJ, May 20, 1988.

Leiblum, S. and Rosen, R.  An Update on Sex Therapy: Diseases, Devices and Drugs. Continuing Medical Education Series, Somerset Medical Center, Somerville, NJ, May 19, 1988.

Leiblum, S.  Organizer and panel entitled Female Sexuality and the Menstrual Cycle. Presenter, Sexuality in the Post-menopausal years, International Academy of Sex Research, Minneapolis, MN, August 16-20, 1988.

Leiblum, S.  Gynecological Issues of Female Sexuality. Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, October 15, 1988.

Leiblum, S.  Erotic Transference and Counter Transference. Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR) Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 4, 1988.

Leiblum, S.  Plenary speaker: Evolving Issues in Sex Therapy and Counseling.  Annual meeting of Sexual Literacy 1988.  San Francisco, CA, November 10-13, 1988.

Leiblum, S.  Moderator:  The Impact of Physical Disease and Psychiatric Disorder on Love, Sex, and Eroticism in Long Term Relationships. Annual Meeting of Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR), Tucson, AZ, March 23-26, 1989.

Leiblum, S.  One-day workshop: Disorders of Sexual Desire in Couples Therapy.  Presented by the Georgia Society for Clinical Social Work and Charter Peachford Hospital, Atlanta, GA, April 27, 1989.

Leiblum, S.  Workshop leader: Sexuality:  Mid-Life and Beyond Conference.  Planned Parenthood of Bergen County, Teaneck, NJ, April29, 1989.

Leiblum, S.  Presented Attitudes Toward Multiple Births and Pregnancy Concerns in Infertile and Non-Infertile Women.  9th International Congress of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, Amsterdam, Holland, May 31, 1989.

Leiblum, S.  Co-hosted Annual Meeting of International Academy of Sex Research and presented Attitudes Toward Multiple Births and Anxiety About Pregnancy in Fertile and Infertile Women, Princeton, NJ, June 24, 1989.

Leiblum, S.  Sexual Scripts: Are They Working?  Society of Psychologists in Private Practice, Summit, NJ, November 17, 1989.

Leiblum, S.  Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Female Sexuality but Were Afraid to Ask: From Puberty to Menopause.  Women Helping Women, NJ, December 12, 1989.

Leiblum, S.  Womens Sexual Concerns, Middlesex County Commission on the Status of Women.  Douglass College, NJ, March 10, 1980.


1990-1994


Leiblum, S.  Sex Therapy in the 1990s:  Challenges of Couples Therapy. Harvard Medical School, MA, November 9, 1990.

Leiblum, S.  Infertility. American Society for Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, Houston, TX, February 28, 1991.

Leibum, S.   Keynote speaker:  Female Sexual Disorders and Difficulties:  Assessment and Treatment, Carrier Foundation, Belle Mead, NJ, April 24, 1991.

Leiblum, S.  Moderator and organizer, Clinical Case Discussion, Society for Sex Therapy and Research, New York Athletic Club, October 4, 1991.

Leiblum, S.  Organizer and presenter at two day symposium:  Inhibited Sexual Desire, American Fertility Society, Orlanddo, FL, October 19-20, 1991.

Leiblum, S.  Keynote speaker: Beyond Masters & Johnson: Sex Therapy Today and Tomorrow, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, MD, November 22, 1991.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality and the Mature Couple, Rutgers University, Livingston College Student Center, Piscataway, NJ, March 26, 1992.  Program title:  Hormones, Nutrition and Sex, Sponsored by the College of Pharmacy, Extension Service.

Leiblum, S.  State of the Art of Sex Therapy, Society for the Scientific Study of Sex, Philadelphia, PA, April 11, 1992.

Leiblum, S.  All Day Seminar, St. Peters University Hospital, Womens Wellness Center, New Brunswick, NJ, June 13, 1992.

Rosen, R.C., Leiblum, S.R. & Taylor, J.  Self-report measures of sexual function in women: Current research and clinical applications.  Presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research, Prague, Czechoslovakia, July 8, 1992.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality of the Middle-Aged Women and Diabetes.   Workshop held at Hotel Dieu Hospital, Ontario, Canada, September 25,1992.

Leiblum, S.  Screening in and out of the new reproductive options:  Who decides and why.  Presented at American Fertility Society Meeting, New Orleans, LA, October 31-November 5, 1992.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality in Midlife and Beyond, Medical College of PA, February 5, 1983.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality in Midlife and Beyond, Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association Meeting, Scottsdale, AZ, March 1-3, 1993.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality of Women with Diabetes, Conference on the Management of Diabetes, Fredericton, Canada, April 30, 1993.

Leiblum, S.  Case Conference, Relinquishing Virginity Reluctantly: A Case of Chronic Vaginismus.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research, Pine Mountain, GA, March 13,1994.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality in the Midlife Woman.  Presented at Picatinny Arsenal, Picatinny Arsenal, NJ, April 26, 1994.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality and Aging.  Presented at the Annual North American Menopause Society Meeting, Washington, DC, September 22, 1994.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality and the Aging Female.  Presented at the Annual North American Menopause Society Meeting, Washington, DC, September 24, 1994.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality in the Older Couple:  Issues and Treatment.  Presented at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, NJ, November 15, 1994.


1995-1999


Leiblum, S.  The Sexual Functioning of Elderly Hypertensive Women.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, Crystal City, VA, February 23,1995.

Leiblum, S.  Nontraditional Mothers:  Single Lesbian/Heterosexual Women and Lesbian Couples Electing to Become Mothers via Donor Insemination.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, Crystal City, VA, February 24, 1995.

Leiblum, S.  Sexual Health in Aging Women.  Presented at the 20th Anniversary Meeting of the Society of Sex Therapy and Research, New York, NY, March 11, 1995.

Leiblum, S.  Sexual Pain Disorders in Women.  Presented at the Medical College of PA Psychiatric Grand Rounds, Philadelphia, PA, March 14, 1995.

Leiblum, S.  Sexual Pain Disorders in Women.  Presented at the Temple University OB/GYN Grand Rounds, Philadelphia, PA, March 15, 1995.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality in Older Couples. Presented at the Simposio International De Climaterio, La Plate, Argentina, April 26, 1995 and Mendoza, Argentina, April 27, 1995.

Leiblum, S.  Sex and Aging. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Miami, FL, May 24, 1995.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality and Aging.  Presented at Grand Rounds at Lyons VA Medical Center, Lyons, NJ, November 29, 1995.

Leiblum, S.  Management of the Partner of the Patient with Erectile Difficulties.  Presented at the Center for Continuing Education, Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons, New York, NY, December 2, 1995.

Leiblum, S.  Teaching Human Sexuality to Medical Students: Choicesand Challenges.  Presented at the 24th Annual Meeting of the North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology, Santa Fe, NM, March 2,1996.

Leiblum, S.  I Cant Get No Satisfaction: Female Sexual Dysfunction. Presented at Practical Primary Care of Your Female Patients, a continuing education activity of UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Department of Family Medicine, Long Branch, NJ, April 19, 1996.

Leiblum, S.  When Sex Hurts:  Evaluation and Treatment of Sexual Pain Disorders.  Presented at The Milton H.Erickson Foundation Sex and Intimacy Conference, Dallas, TX, May 19, 1996.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality of the Midlife Woman.  Presented at the Belmont Behavioral Health Grand Rounds on September 17, 1996.

Leiblum, S.  Sex After 50: Challenges and Rewards.  Presented at St. Barnabas Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, September 25,1996.

Leiblum, S.  Moderator:  Award Papers of Mental Health Professional Group. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Reproductive Medicine, Boston, MA, November 2-6, 1996.

Leiblum, S.  Moderator and presenter: Symposium on Psychosocial, Ethical and Legal Aspects of Third Party Reproduction. 25th Annual Meeting of the North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology, Chicago, IL, February 12-16, 1997.

Leiblum, S.  Sex After 50: Challenges and Rewards. Presented at St. Barnabas Medical Center, Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, March 26, 1997.

Leiblum, S.  Sex and the Internet:  Clinical Consideration.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Newport Beach, CA, April 4,1997.

Leiblum, S.  Invited speaker at Cape Cod Conference on Assessment of Sexual Function in Clinical Trials. Written manuscript on Diagnosis and Assessment of Female Sexual Disorders will appear in the conference proceedings which will be published as a monograph.  Hyannia, MA, May 30-31, 1997.

Leiblum, S.  Sex and the Mid-Life Woman: Challenges and Rewards. Presented at the Carrier Foundations symposium on The Power of the Woman Within.  Belle Mead, NJ, November 12, 1997.

Leiblum, S.  Sex After Fifty:  Changes, Challenges and Rewards.  Presented at the 12th Annual Conference, Issues and Controversies in OB/GYN.  Orlando, FL, November 13-15, 1997.

Leiblum, S.  Gender Issues in Sex Therapy.  Presented at the Family Institute of New Jersey, January 28, 1998.

Leiblum, S.  Two workshops presented at the Integrating Sexuality & Intimacy into Couple & Family Work International Conference: Changes, Challenges and Rewards for Older Couples; an Overview of Factors that inhibit and Enhance Female Sexuality. Two panel discussions:  Intimacy; How to Maintain Change in Couple Therapy; and one clinical demonstration: A Case of Long-Standing Vaginismus:  Therapeutic Course and Outline.  Vancouver, B.C., Canada, April 16-18, 1998.

Leiblum, S.  Classification of Female Sexual Dysfunction:  Definitions, Epidemiology and Diagnosis.  Panelist at Female Sexual Dysfunction Advisory Workshop, Bethesda, MD, April 24, 1998.

Leiblum, S.  Screening Candidates for Third Party Assisted Reproduction: Should we or shouldnt we?  Presented at the Symposium on the Psychological and Ethical Problems of Assisted Reproduction Technology, Santorini, Greece, June 12-13, 1998.

Leiblum, S.  Three workshops presented at the Summer Sex Therapy Institute:  Fetishism, Transvestism, Transsexuality,:  Similarities, Differences, Treatment Implications; Sexuality in Mid-Life and Beyond: Changes, Challenges and Treatment and Female Sexual Dysfunctions:  Diagnosis and Treatment.  Sponsored by The Milton H. Erikson Foundation, Chicago, IL, June 18-20, 1998.

Leiblum, S.  Classification of Female Sexual Dysfunction: Current Issues and Controversies.  Presented at the 2nd CapeCod Conference on Female Sexual Dysfunction, Hyannis, MA, June 26, 1998.

Leiblum, S.  The Aftermath of Infertility:  A Long-Term Comparison of Women Who were Unsuccessful in Conceiving with IVF to IVF and Adoptive Mothers.  Presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, San Francisco, CA, October 5, 1998.

Leiblum, S.  DSM-IV Female Sexual Dysfunction Classification.  Presented at Boston University School of Medicine and the Department of Urologys Symposium on New Perspectives in the Management of Female Sexual Dysfunction, Boston, MA, October 23, 1998.

Leiblum, S.  Older Women with Female Sexual Dysfunction. Presented at Boston University School of Medicine and the Department of Urologys Symposium on New Perspectives in the Management of Female Sexual Dysfunction, Boston, MA, October 24, 1998.

Leiblum, S.  Sexuality in the Midlife Woman:  Effect of Testosterone.  Presented at the American Osteopathic Associations National Symposium on Womens Health, Chicago, IL, November 7, 1998.

Leiblum, S.  Infertility and Fertility:  How Does the Questfor Biological Parenthood Affect Marital and Sexual Satisfaction?  Presented at the 24th Annual Meeting of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research, Boston, MA, March 6,1999.

Leiblum, S.  Female Sexual Dysfunction.  Presented at the Symposium on Making a Difference:  New Treatment Strategies for Difficult Gynecologic Disorders, Las Vegas, NV, April 9, 1999.

Leiblum, S.  Sexual Problems and Dysfunction 1:  Epidemiology, Classification and Risk Factors.  Presented at the Gender and Human Sexuality Conference, Washington, DC, April 30, 1999.

Leiblum, S.  The Desire for Desire:  Sexual Problems in Couples Relationships.  One-day workshop presented for the Association for the Advancement of Family Therapy of NJ, the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy  NJ Northern Chapter and Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ, May 14, 1999.

Leiblum, S.  After Viagra:  Bridging the Gap Between Pharmacologic Treatment and Satisfying Sexual Relationships. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting,Washington, DC, May 16, 1999.

Leiblum, S.  Sexual Activity and Cardiac Risk.  Presented at the University of Medicine & Dentistry of NJ, Center for Continuing Education, Princeton, NJ, June 4, 1999.

Leiblum, S.  Female Sexual Dysfunction.  Presented at the Symposium on Making a Difference:  New Treatment Strategies for Difficult Gynecologic Disorders, Charleston, SC, June 11, 1999.

Leiblum, S.  Everything the Urologist Should Know about Female Sexual Dysfunction.  Presented at the meeting of the Society for the Study of Impotence, Boston, MA, October 1-3, 1999.

Leiblum, S.  Grand Master Lecture 1 Critical Overview of the New Consensus-based Definitions and Classifications of Female Sexual Dysfunction.  Presented at the Boston University School of Medicine, Continuing Education, Boston, MA, October 22-24, 1999.

Leiblum, S.  Impact of Infertility on Women and Their Relationships. Presented at the 2nd Annual North American Sexual Health Symposium, New York City, November 21-23, 1999.


2000-2005


Leiblum, S.  Female Sexuality at Midlife.  Presented at the 2nd Task Force on Female Sexuality, New York City, January 28, 2000.

Leiblum, S.  Female Sexual Dysfunctions: An Update.  Presented at the Atlanta Medical Center, Atlanta, GA, February 16, 2000.

Leiblum, S.  Female Sexual Dysfunction: Changing Perspectives..A New Outlook on Gynecologic Disorders. The Palace, San Francisco, CA, March 10, 2000.

Leiblum, S.  First Advisory Committee Meeting on Individual, Family and Society Outcomes of Infertility.  Institute for Health Policy Studies at UCSF, San Francisco, CA, March 13-14, 2000.

Leiblum, S.  Female Sexual Dysfunction:  New Developments in Diagnosis and Treatment.  VIII International Symposium on Andrology, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, March 30-April 1, 2000.

Leiblum, S.  Female Sexuality New Outlook on Gynecologic Disorders.  Wyndham, Syracuse, New York,April 28, 2000.

Leiblum, S.  Female Sexual Dysfunction. Marquiz Hotel, New York, June 3, 2000.

Leiblum, S.  VAGIFEM Speakers Advisory Board Meeting, New York City, June 28-30, 2000.

Leiblum, S.  What is Normative in Female Sexual Function? Boston, MA, October 26-29, 2000.

Leiblum, S.  Womens Health Care CME Conference, Iselin, New Jersey, March 10, 2001.

Leiblum, S.  Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome.  SSTAR 26th Annual Meeting, Montreal Canada, March 22-25, 2001.

Leiblum, S.  Grand Master Lecture: Desire Disorders in Clinical Practice.  Western Regional Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Newport Beach, CA, April 18-22, 2001.

Leiblum, S.  Gender & Desire:  Vive Le Difference.  2nd Annual Womens Health Conference, Berkley, CA, June 15-16, 2001.

Leiblum, S.  Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Past, Present and Future Trends in the Treatment of Female Sexual Problems. Female Sexual Function Forum, Boston, MA, October 25-28, 2001.

Leiblum, S.  Everything You Have Always Wanted to Know about Female Sexual Function and Dysfunction. 2nd Annual Miami: Update on Women and Men Sexual Health, February 2, 2002.

Leiblum, S.  Evolving Approaches to the treatment of female sexual problems. 10th Congress of the International Society for Sexual and Impotence Research. Montreal, Canada, September 24, 2002.

Leiblum, S., Koochaki, P., Rodenberg, C., Rosen, R. Prevalence of low sexual desire and sexual activity levels among populations of menopausal women.  North American Menopause Society. Annual meeting. Chicago, Illinois, October, 4, 2002

Leiblum, S., Koochaki, P., Rosen, R. Self-reported distress associated with decreased interest in sex as a function of age/menopausal status.  International Society for the Study of Womens  Sexual Health Annual Meeting. October 11, 2002, Vancouver, Canada

Leiblum, S.  Past, Present, and Future Approaches to the Treatment of Female Sexual Problems. William C. Andrews Wyeth Endowed Lectureship. American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting. Seattle, Washington, October 15, 2002.

Leiblum, S.  Round Table Leader- New developments in sex therapy. ASRM. October 15, 2002.

Clayton, A., Leiblum, S.,  The Sexual Interest and Desire Inventory (SIDI): A new inventory for assessing female sexual desire. International Society for the Study of Womens Sexuality. Vancouver, October 11, 2002.

Leiblum, S.  Perspectives on female sexuality: Fromn the couch to the medicine chest. Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, November 6, 2003.

Leiblum,S.   Desire for Desire: Ingredients and Interventions. North American Menopause Society, Washington, D.C., October 8, 2004.

Leiblum, S.  Desire for Desire: Assessment and Treatment. American Society for Reproductive Medicine..

Leiblum, S., RODENBERG, Koochaki, Pat. Hypoactive sexual desire disorder in women. International Society of Womens Sexual Health. Atlanta, Ga. October 28, 2004.

Leiblum, S.  The Desire for Desire: Assessment and Treatment of Desire Disorders in Women. Grand Rounds- Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology. . R.W. Johnson Medical School, March 21, 2005.

Leiblum, S.  The Desire for desire: Assessment and Treatment of Desire Disorders in Women. Comprehensive Review of Sexual Medicine, Toronto, Canada, April 16, 2005.

Leiblum, S.  The  sexual  life cycle of couples: chemistry, companionship and change. Annual Spring Forum: Womens Wellness Healthcare Connection. R.W. Johnson Medical School. Keynote Presentation, May 18, 2005.

Leiblum, S.  Psychological and Interpersonal Contributions to Menopausal Sexuality. American Association of Clinical Endocrinology. Washington, D.C., May 21, 2005.

Leiblum, S.  Desire for Desire: Assesssment and treatment of desire disorders in women: Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Canada (SOGC). June 16, 2005. Quebec City, CANADA


2006-2007

Leiblum, S. Invited Guest Speaker. Womens Sexual Dysfunctions and The Sexual Life Cycle. Jamaica Menopause Society, Kingston, Jamaica. November 4 and 5, 2005. 

Leiblum, S. Androgens and Female Sexuality. Valencia, Spain, November, 2005.

Leiblum, S. Sex and the Menopause. Lisbon, Portugal, December 16, 2005. 

Leiblum, S. Keynote Speaker: Desire for Desire: Why a Woman can't be more like a Man and The Sexual Life Cycle of Couples. Sexual Dysfunction 2006: Clinical Practice, Research and Trends. Queenstown, New Zealand, April 6th to April 9th, 2006. 

Dennerstein, L. Lehert, P., Koochaki, P., Leiblum, S. Cross-cultural Comparisons of Midlife, Aging, and Menopause. Harvard University.  May 10-12, 2006.

Leiblum, S. The sexual life cycle of women. UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson Womens Wellness Center. Plenary Speaker for celebration of National Menopause Day. October 12, 2006.

Leiblum, S. Updates in the classification of female sexual disorders and The desire for desire: women and sex. CEPD. Conference for sex therapists and psychiatrists. Istanbul, Turkey, November 24, 2006.

Leiblum, S. Genital Arousal Disorders in Women: Pleasurable, Problematical and Pathological. World Association of Sexual Medicine. Sydney, Australia, April 24, 2007

Leiblum, S. Men abused by clergy vs. men abused by non-clergy perpetrators: A descriptive study.World Association of Sexual Medicine. Sydney, Australia, April 24, 2007

Leiblum, S. Genital Arousal in Women: Pleasure, Problem or Pathology. Israel Society of Sexual Medicine. Tel Aviv, Israel, July 4, 2007

Leiblum, S. Arousal Problems in Women. Grand Rounds-Princeton House, NJ. July 9, 2007.

Leiblum, S. Psychological, medical and pharmacological correlates of persistent genital arousal disorder. International Academy of Sex Research,  Vancouver,  British Columbia, August 9, 2007.

Leiblum, S. The desire for desire: Women and Sex. Presented at Reclaiming Healthy Intimacy, Passion and Pleasure. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Department of Surgery N.Y. October 5, 2007

Leiblum, S. Diagnosis of HSDD in Peri and Post-Menopausal Women. Plenary Symposium. North American Menopause Meeting. Orlando, Florida, September 26, 2008.

Leiblum, S. Arousal Disorders in women: Normative Problematic, Pathological. Royal Society of Medicine. London, England,  October 3, 2008.

Leiblum, S. From Problematic to Pleasure: Changing Perspectives on Lubrication. Society for the Scientific Study of Sex. Puerto Rico, Florida, November 6, 2008. 

Leiblum, S. Sex after 60: Love, Lust and Rust. University of Houston Women’s Studies Program: Gender Creativity and the new longevity. Houston, Texas. November 14-15, 2008.


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