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How to Get on Dr. Rullo’s Waitlist

The impact of COVID-19 on relationships has left an enormous demand for couples and sex therapy. As a result, my waitlist...

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The impact of COVID-19 on relationships has left an enormous demand for couples and sex therapy. As a result, my waitlist has grown exponentially. Currently, my waitlist is 5-7 months, which I personally do not think is reasonable to wait a half a year for help. In order to attempt to reduce the time of my waitlist, I’m moving to a referral only practice for now.

In order to be added to my waitlist, a written referral from a health care provider is required.

A health care provider includes any medical provider (e.g., nurse, physician’s assistant, physician) and any licensed mental health provider (e.g., psychologist, social worker, clinical mental health counselor).

Please have your health care provider write a referral that includes the following:

  1. Their full contact information and credentials
  2. Your full contact information (including phone number and email address)
  3. Specific reason for referral

Send this referral one of two ways:

  • Email: info@jordanrullo.com (please note: email is not considered a confidential means of communication)
  • Fax: 801.931.2045

Once the referral is received, I’ll contact you within one week.

Thank you for your interest in working with me and your patience. I look forward to talking with you.

Jordan

I recently finished writing and filming a 6-day course for Flo (a women’s health app: @flotracker) on Mastering Your Orgasm!

It was a ton of fun diving into the latest orgasm research and putting the information into bite- sized videos. The best part of this course is that it teaches women from around the world to have better orgasms! It was also a natural fit for me, given that one of my more recent published articles is all about the benefits of genital vibration (one of which is, no surprise, orgasm!).

In this course, you’ll learn some great tips and tricks to have an orgasm (like how your brain is your most powerful orgasm organ). And you’ll learn how to have better orgasms with yourself and with a partner.

If you’re wanting to have mastery of your orgasm, check out the course on Flo (here’s a teaser)!

*Full disclosure: I was paid to do this course for Flo, so I’m biased in my review. . . and I do think this is a really great course!

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January 12, 2021

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July 3, 2020

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March 22, 2020

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