Las Vegas Woman Magazine’s new sex and relationship expert will help you start the New Year right!
With his expertise and compassion, Las Vegas Woman magazine is proud to announce that beginning in the Spring 2015 issue, Dr. Tiger will be as a regular columnist sex and relationship expert answering your questions. He will also answer questions about chronic illness, breast cancer, plastic surgery and other concerns affecting women physically. Email your questions to “Ask Dr. Tiger” to firstname.lastname@example.org to Ask Dr. Tiger questions. Privacy will be maintained.
Everyone has questions about relationships, sex, gender issues and just how to navigate living in 2015. Dr. Tiger Devore, known as Dr. Tiger, has many titles after his name including clinical psychologist, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, media expert on sex and relationships and member of SAG/AFTRA. But most important, he is a person who cares with over 25 years of practice and expertise working with women and their specific issues.
He wants everyone to understand that healthy people and couples experience problems in daily living or just dissatisfaction with quality of life. This includes going through transitions as they age, changing jobs, entering or leaving a relationship, going through separation or divorce, death of a partner and approaching dating after a loss. Dr. Tiger is an activist and advocate for the rights of people disabled by HIV as well as a range of people who are considered to be sexually different from the mainstream for the last 30 years. Dr. Tiger wants to reach out and help. He would agree that asking for advice is not a sign or weakness or being unhealthy. In fact, it demonstrates a proactive approach to life.
“I want the readers of Las Vegas Woman magazine to know that it is not just about sex and relationships but also sex and aging, sex and marriage or long term relationships. I want help those going through a divorce and then dating again and how to make sense of your life when you haven’t been in the dating pool for 15 or 20 years,” he said. “As women age, they change. I want to help them understand how to present themselves, not only to partners but understand their own bodies again.”
According to Dr. Tiger, many people tend to get lazy after marriage, especially when it comes to sexuality. They ignore the changes in their bodies. Regardless of one’s status, it is important to always know your own body and appreciate it. There are other life changing events and help is needed to adjust after cancer or other illness, mastectomy or becoming disabled or disfigured. Whether a person has gone through a breakup, divorce, disease, accident or death; it is okay to ask questions and gain new understanding and knowledge.
Dr. Tiger is here to help.
He has worked sex research clinics at both the Johns Hopkins Hospital Medical School and the Human Sexuality Program at University of California Los Angeles, wrote a sex education program that was adopted by counseling center and health center staffs at the university and college level nationally, worked for NIH as a crisis counselor at their AIDS treatment and evaluation center at UCLA, worked with incarcerated sex offenders and has been an expert witness in court. Currently he works with the Clark County School District, state legislature and various communities to implement programs for people who might not otherwise have access to services and help needed.
As women age, they change. I want to help them understand how to present themselves …
He has appeared on television as a sex and relationship expert on the “Today,” “Oprah” and “Dr. OZ” as well as the Discovery Channel, PBS, National Geographic television, New Zealand State television, the Oprah Winfrey Network, TLC and BBC.
As Dr. Tiger states, “I love my work, and love seeing the people I work with live well.”