Suzanne M. Adams, PhD is a psychologist, consultant, educator, clinical trainer, and writer, working and living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has worked with the LGBT community for the last 8 years, providing direct clinical services, conducting trainings on sexual diversity in clinical practice, and assisting with progressive curriculum changes in both academic and clinical settings.
Suzanne has conducted LGBT clinical trainings and guest lectured at the California Institute of Integral Studies, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Alliant University, Menlo College, the Homeless Prenatal Program, and St. Anthony's Foundation. She specializes in human sexuality, somatic process work, trauma recovery, and behavioral health education and has conducted research on transpersonal sex, BDSM and spiritual experiences as well as the effects of adolescent bullying in schools. Suzanne volunteers for the SF LGBT Speakers Bureau, advocating for and educating youth on issues related to sexual diversity. Currently, she teaches and consults on program development for Kaiser Permanente.
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