TaMara Griffin

Tamara1Dr. TaMara, a sex therapist, educator and counselor, has more than 20 years experience speaking, writing and teaching about human sexuality across the country. She also has extensive experience working within the faith-based communities providing human sexuality education and HIV education. Dr. TaMara is also a repeat guest lecturer for the University of Michigan Flint, Let’s Talk About Sex UNV 100 Freshman course. Dr. Griffin also served as a sexuality consultant for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. She is the Project Director for Project Create S.A.F.E. {Sexual Assault Free Environments}, a project designed to reduce campus sexual and teen dating violence.

 

Our Sexuality, Our Body, Our Temple

A published author, Dr. TaMara has developed four successful curricula designed to empower women and youth with the skills and knowledge necessary to make safer and healthier decisions. Dr. TaMara also was the lead author on the country’s first faith based training manual for HIV/AIDS entitled: HIV/AIDS: A Manual for Faith Communities; which was endorsed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the National Coalition of Pastor’s Spouses. In April 2013, Dr. TaMara published the highly acclaimed personal growth book entitled: Live Inspired Feel Empowered (L.I.F.E.) She has also recently published a magazine all about women’s sexuality entitled: Our Sexuality! Dr. TaMara is a freelance writer for MadameNoire and many other social media websites. You may also find her published case study on the YOUR Blessed Health Project, An HIV Model for Faith Based Communities in the textbook Social Work in Health Settings.

Dr. TaMara has a Doctorate of Human Sexuality, Master of Social Work degree (University of Michigan), Master of Science degree in Education with a specialization in the Art of Teaching (Johns Hopkins University), and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Family Life Education (Spring Arbor University). She is also a holds several certificates including: Sex Therapy, Clinical Sexology, and Erotology; just to name a few.