Sandra R. Scantling, Psy.D., aka Dr. Sandy, is a licensed clinical psychologist and certified sex therapist with a private practice in Connecticut. Dr. Scantling is the clinical director at the Sinclair Intimacy Institute. She is on the faculty of the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and has appeared on such national television programs as "Today" and "Good Morning America." She is the co-author of "Ordinary Women, Ordinary Sex," and the creator of the "Ordinary Couples, Extraordinary Sex" videotapes. These tapes are are advertised regularly in the New York Times and many other publications.

Dr. Scantling's latest book, is "Extraordinary Sex Now" (Doubleday). Great sex is not about physical prowess; it's about intimacy, and about understanding those ineffable forces that bring people together in the first place. Often, it's a search for completion -- our hope that a partner will provide us with that "missing piece" -- that results in attraction. By understanding how to capitalize on our own unique style and how to complete ourselves, rather than struggling in vain to change our partner, we can learn how to deepen and achieve "Extraordinary Sex Now." You can visit Dr. Sandy on the Web at www.drsandy.com.

Dr. Scantling makes her home in Farmington, Connecticut.

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