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About Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini

Mary Jo Rapini, MEd, LPC is a psychotherapist specializing in intimacy, sex and relationships. She lives in Houston, Texas.  

Mary Jo maintains a private practice and is the Intimacy/Sex Psychotherapist for the Methodist Hospital Pelvic Restorative Center and The Methodist Hospital Weight Management Center.  Additionally, she is a renowned lecturer, author and television personality.

Currently you can find Mary Jo on the TLC series Big Medicine, and Wednesday Mornings from 9 to 10am on Fox Houston's Morning News.  She contributes on-air for CNN's Prime News, CBS up to the Minute, Fox National Morning News, Montel and various Houston television and radio programs.  Mary Jo is also featured in a Discovery Channel show about Near Death Expreiences (first air date Jan. 4, 2010).

Mary Jo is a contributing expert for Cosmopolitan Magazine, Women's Health, First, The New York Daily News, Seventeen Magazine, Redbook and Self Magazine's "Love and Relationship" section. Additionally she is a  "City Bright" blogger for the Houston Chronicle, and is a contributing columnist for HealthNewsDigest.com and Houston Family Magazine.

Mary Jo is a popular key-note speaker across the nation.  Her dynamic style is particularly engaging for those dealing with intimacy issues and relationship challenges, or those simply hanging on to unasked questions about sex in relationships.  She also excels at speaking to groups of young girls dealing with body image issues and delivers a message that is geared to helping girls become strong women.

Rapini is the author of two books: Is God Pink? Dying to Heal and co-author of Start Talking: A Girl's Guide for You and Your Mom about Health, Sex or Whatever.

>> Click here to see Mary Jo's recent segments & ask her a question

>> Click here to view her website: http://www.maryjorapini.com/

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