About the Between Us Clinic
The Between Us Clinic is an online sex therapy clinic that aims to help both men and women overcome a variety of sexual disorders by bringing the proven and trusted methods used in traditional, in-person sex therapy to a wide audience via the Internet.
Through our detailed evaluation and personalized exercise treatment plans, along with professional guidance, support, and consultation, individuals across the globe will be able to achieve a normal, fun, and spontaneous sex life as well as improve their overall well-being.
Dr. Zvi Zuckerman – Medical Doctor, Sex Therapist
Medical Advisor and PE Program Creator
Dr. Zvi Zuckerman, creator of the PE Program, serves as a professional advisor to the Between Us online sex therapy clinic.
Dr. Zuckerman is a medical doctor and sex therapist whose exemplary career has spanned forty years. He began his career in 1966, when he was certified as a medical doctor (MD) at the Basel Medical School, Switzerland. Since then, Dr. Zuckerman has been certified as a sex therapist and as a supervisor of sex therapy by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and as a marital and sex therapist by the University of Pennsylvania and the Marriage Council of Philadelphia.
In 2010, Dr. Zuckerman received an honorary gold medal from the European Federation of Sexology for his major contribution to European sexual health, sexual medicine, sexology, and sex education and for his involvement in sexual politics and policy-making over at least a decade.
Among the positions he has held, Dr. Zuckerman has served as the director of the Andrology and Sex Counseling Unit at the Rabin Medical Center. He is the author of forty-eight original articles, three reviews, two case reports, eleven book chapters, and one hundred seventy-two papers presented at scientific meetings (some of them can be found on PubFacts). In his decades of work in sex therapy, Dr. Zuckerman has successfully treated thousands of men and women for a variety of sexual disorders.
Dr. R.Y. Langham – Psychologist, Marriage Therapist
Consultant and Health Writer
Dr. R.Y. Langham holds a BA in English from Fisk University, an MMFT in marriage and family therapy from Trevecca Nazarene University, and a PhD in family psychology from Capella University. She serves as a medical contributor, health & wellness contributor, copywriter, and psychological consultant for the Between Us Clinic.
Dr. Langham edited and reviewed the Medical Review website articles and wrote and edited the CIGNA weekly newsletter. In addition, she has been writing for mainstream magazines such as LiveStrong, Psych Central, Health Central, Women’s Health, Mandatory, and more. She also served as the editor-in-chief of a university literary magazine for four years.
Dr. Langham taught English Composition at a local college before publishing her first psychological study on the long-term effects of sexual abuse on the adult female.
In addition, Dr. Langham has a tremendous amount of experience counseling families, couples, individuals, and children on adjustment issues such as blended families, same-sex couples, dysfunctional family relationships, relationship issues, etc.
Dr. Langham’s is also a novelist. Her books were published by a small publishing company. They are currently available for purchase at Amazon.com, Books-A-Million, and Barnes and Noble.
Daniel Sher – Clinical Psychologist
Consultant and Health Writer
Daniel Sher is a registered clinical psychologist practicing in Cape Town, South Africa. Daniel serves as a professional consultant for the Between Us Clinic, where he writes, edits, and reviews professional materials and articles.
Daniel completed his master’s degree in clinical psychology at the University of Cape Town (UCT) in 2014. A component of his training and practice involves working in the context of sexual and sex-related issues.
Daniel’s career began in 2015, when he worked at Valkenberg Psychiatric Hospital as well as at the Alexandra Hospital, the J2 Psychiatry Unit at Groote Schuur Hospital, and the Hanover Park Community Health Clinic. In 2016, Daniel was employed by the Western Cape Department of Health as a community service clinical psychologist, he worked at a district-level general hospital. Since 2017, Daniel has been working in private practice providing services to clients face to face or over Skype.
Practice aside, Daniel is a passionate writer, having accumulated at least six years of experience as a features contributor for several international publications, such as Men’s Health, Lifehacker, The Good Men Project, and Finer Minds. Topics he enjoys writing about include psychology and psychopathology (predictably), health and wellness, sex and relationships, lifestyle, spirituality, politics, and satire.