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MEET OUR TEAM

Kerry-Anne Perkins
OB-GYN
Private Practice

Hello, my name is Kerry-Anne Perkins-Gordon.

I am a board-eligible and dynamic Obstetrician and Gynecologist practicing in the state of New Jersey. I have extensive expertise in global maternal health needs, problems of the female reproductive tract, contraceptive care, and minimally invasive surgery. I also have a burning passion and commitment to fitness and a holistic approach to a healthy mind, body, and spirit.

I am a native of the beautiful island of Jamaica, WI. I received my Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology-Exercise and Sports Science from Temple University. I have a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) and an Executive Master in Business Administration from Saint Joseph’s University. I received my medical degree from PCOM and completed my internship and residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Saint John’s Episcopal Hospital in Queens, New York. In addition to medical practice, I am a Captain in the United States Army Reserve. I am an avid scientific researcher with over 16 research publications and abstracts, and notable honors and awards for innovative contributions to the research community.

When I am not at work, I enjoy traveling, exercising, social media (@callmedoctor.p), and spending time with my husband and family. I also enjoy medical missions serving in clinics and hospitals around the world. My most recent missions include Ghana, Africa and Jamaica, W.I.

Christie Hartman
PhD, Psychology
Psychologist

Hello, my name is Christie Hartman.

I'm a psychologist, author, and coach who specializes in helping people have awesome relationships. I have an M.A. in clinical psychology and my Ph.D. – both from the University of Colorado – is in behavioral genetics, which is the study of the genetic underpinnings of behavior.

I've worked on research projects that examine developmental disability, ADHD, criminal behavior, and addiction.

In my post-science career, I've focused on relationships: how to find the right person, what makes a relationship work, and why they fail. I’ve also written 5 dating advice books on the subject.

Believe it or not, science can explain a certain amount of behavior regarding love, sex, and relationships, and I enjoy exploring those topics.

Dr Jaime Seeman
MD, OB-GYN
Private Practice

Hello, my name is Jaime Seeman.

I am a board-certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist practicing in Omaha, NE, also known as Dr. Fit & Fabulous. Through my website and social media profiles, I help countless patients and online clients with disease prevention, ketogenic therapy, and human optimization.

I did my undergraduate training at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where I was also a collegiate athlete for the Cornhuskers. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise, Nutrition and Health Sciences and a special interest in this area.

I then attended the University of Nebraska School of Medicine where I received my Doctor of Medicine degree. I then went on to complete my residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Nebraska Medical College serving as a Chief Resident. I am also a current fellow in Integrative Medicine at The University of Arizona.

I am married to my husband Ben and have three wonderful daughters.

Justin Lehmiller
PhD, Social Psychology
Sex Educator

Hello, my name is Justin Lehmiller.

I am a social psychologist and Research Fellow at The Kinsey Institute. I also run the 'Sex and Psychology' blog and podcast, where I share the science of sex and relationships in a way that is both entertaining and educational. Think of it as the sex ed that you didn’t receive in school! My goal is to help correct harmful myths and misconceptions and give people the tools they need to enhance their intimate lives.

I conduct research on a wide range of topics, including sexual fantasy, casual sex, safer-sex practices, and polyamory. My most recent book, 'Tell Me What You Want: The Science of Sexual Desire and How It Can Help You Improve Your Sex Life,’ is based on the largest scientific survey of sexual fantasies ever conducted in the United States. It explores what we fantasize about, where our fantasies come from and what they say about us, as well as how to communicate effectively about fantasies in a relationship. 

I have also written a textbook titled 'The Psychology of Human Sexuality' that is used in college classrooms around the world. Beyond my work as a researcher and author, I am also a consultant for various sexual health and wellness companies and put on educational public lectures and workshops.

The job of a sex educator is never done, but in my spare time, I’m a cat dad, world traveler, and pretty decent amateur chef. 

Susan Milstein
PhD, Human Sexuality
Health Educator

Hello, my name is Sue Milstein.

I am a health educator by training, with an undergraduate degree in health education from SUNY Cortland and a master’s degree in health education from the University of Maryland, College Park.

When I realized that sex was the one thing everyone wanted to talk about, but everyone seemed afraid to do so, I decided it was time to specialize in sexuality. I got a Ph.D. from Widener University in Human Sexuality Education. I’m a Master Certified Health Education Specialist, and right now I’m a Clinical Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University where I teach human sexuality and other health classes.

In addition to teaching, I co-wrote the 6th edition of “Human Sexuality: Making Informed Decisions” and am the co-editor of the textbook “Men’s Health: An Introduction.” I also use social media to help get good sex information out to everyone (@heydrsue).

When I’m not writing or teaching, I’m dancing. I’ve been a competitive Irish dancer for about nine years.

Kerry-Anne Perkins
OB-GYN
Private Practice

Hello, my name is Kerry-Anne Perkins-Gordon.

I am a board-eligible and dynamic Obstetrician and Gynecologist practicing in the state of New Jersey. I have extensive expertise in global maternal health needs, problems of the female reproductive tract, contraceptive care, and minimally invasive surgery. I also have a burning passion and commitment to fitness and a holistic approach to a healthy mind, body, and spirit.

I am a native of the beautiful island of Jamaica, WI. I received my Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology-Exercise and Sports Science from Temple University. I have a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) and an Executive Master in Business Administration from Saint Joseph’s University. I received my medical degree from PCOM and completed my internship and residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Saint John’s Episcopal Hospital in Queens, New York. In addition to medical practice, I am a Captain in the United States Army Reserve. I am an avid scientific researcher with over 16 research publications and abstracts, and notable honors and awards for innovative contributions to the research community.

When I am not at work, I enjoy traveling, exercising, social media (@callmedoctor.p), and spending time with my husband and family. I also enjoy medical missions serving in clinics and hospitals around the world. My most recent missions include Ghana, Africa and Jamaica, W.I.

Justin Lehmiller
PhD, Social Psychology
Sex Educator

Hello, my name is Justin Lehmiller.

I am a social psychologist and Research Fellow at The Kinsey Institute. I also run the 'Sex and Psychology' blog and podcast, where I share the science of sex and relationships in a way that is both entertaining and educational. Think of it as the sex ed that you didn’t receive in school! My goal is to help correct harmful myths and misconceptions and give people the tools they need to enhance their intimate lives.

I conduct research on a wide range of topics, including sexual fantasy, casual sex, safer-sex practices, and polyamory. My most recent book, 'Tell Me What You Want: The Science of Sexual Desire and How It Can Help You Improve Your Sex Life,’ is based on the largest scientific survey of sexual fantasies ever conducted in the United States. It explores what we fantasize about, where our fantasies come from and what they say about us, as well as how to communicate effectively about fantasies in a relationship. 

I have also written a textbook titled 'The Psychology of Human Sexuality' that is used in college classrooms around the world. Beyond my work as a researcher and author, I am also a consultant for various sexual health and wellness companies and put on educational public lectures and workshops.

The job of a sex educator is never done, but in my spare time, I’m a cat dad, world traveler, and pretty decent amateur chef. 

Christie Hartman
PhD, Psychology
Psychologist

Hello, my name is Christie Hartman.

I'm a psychologist, author, and coach who specializes in helping people have awesome relationships. I have an M.A. in clinical psychology and my Ph.D. – both from the University of Colorado – is in behavioral genetics, which is the study of the genetic underpinnings of behavior.

I've worked on research projects that examine developmental disability, ADHD, criminal behavior, and addiction.

In my post-science career, I've focused on relationships: how to find the right person, what makes a relationship work, and why they fail. I’ve also written 5 dating advice books on the subject.

Believe it or not, science can explain a certain amount of behavior regarding love, sex, and relationships, and I enjoy exploring those topics.

Susan Milstein
PhD, Human Sexuality
Health Educator

Hello, my name is Sue Milstein.

I am a health educator by training, with an undergraduate degree in health education from SUNY Cortland and a master’s degree in health education from the University of Maryland, College Park.

When I realized that sex was the one thing everyone wanted to talk about, but everyone seemed afraid to do so, I decided it was time to specialize in sexuality. I got a Ph.D. from Widener University in Human Sexuality Education. I’m a Master Certified Health Education Specialist, and right now I’m a Clinical Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University where I teach human sexuality and other health classes.

In addition to teaching, I co-wrote the 6th edition of “Human Sexuality: Making Informed Decisions” and am the co-editor of the textbook “Men’s Health: An Introduction.” I also use social media to help get good sex information out to everyone (@heydrsue).

When I’m not writing or teaching, I’m dancing. I’ve been a competitive Irish dancer for about nine years.

Dr Jaime Seeman
MD, OB-GYN
Private Practice

Hello, my name is Jaime Seeman.

I am a board-certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist practicing in Omaha, NE, also known as Dr. Fit & Fabulous. Through my website and social media profiles, I help countless patients and online clients with disease prevention, ketogenic therapy, and human optimization.

I did my undergraduate training at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where I was also a collegiate athlete for the Cornhuskers. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise, Nutrition and Health Sciences and a special interest in this area.

I then attended the University of Nebraska School of Medicine where I received my Doctor of Medicine degree. I then went on to complete my residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Nebraska Medical College serving as a Chief Resident. I am also a current fellow in Integrative Medicine at The University of Arizona.

I am married to my husband Ben and have three wonderful daughters.

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