Sallie A. Hunt (L.M.F.T., F.A.P.A) is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Fresno, California who specializes in treating gender dysphoria, sexual addiction and compulsivity, sexual dysfunctions, and individual/marital relationship problems. She is also a now-retired faculty member at California State University, Fresno, who taught in the areas of Abnormal Psychology, Human Sexuality, and Family Counseling. Sallie received her M.A. in Clinical-Community Psychology from California State University, Dominguez Hills, and became a recognized Fellow of the American Psychotherapy Association in 2009 (Until then, she had been a Diplomate). She has appeared on national television, radio shows and documentaries. She has also had two of her articles regarding sexuality published in major scientific journals and has travelled to Cambridge, England to present her latest journal publication. Click here to review Sallie’s CV.

Private Practice, License number MFC30923
Research Articles

Exploring the Relationship Between Erotic Disruption During the Latency Period and the Use of Sexually Explicit Material, Online Sexual Behaviors, and Sexual Dysfunctions in Young Adulthood
Authors: Hunt, Sallie; Kraus, Shane
Source: Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, Volume 16, Number 1, January 2009 , pp. 79-100(22)

Sexual Orientation Confusion Among Spouses of Transvestites and Transsexuals Following Disclosure of Spouse’s Gender Dysphoria
Authors: Sallie Hunt; Terri L. Maine
Source: Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality, Volume 9, Issue 2 June 1997 , pages 39 – 5

Recent Honors

– Selected as the recommended psychotherapist for Marriage and Family Therapy with emphasis on Sexuality for the Fresno County Area by Stanford University Psychiatrists.

Sallie A. Hunt (L.M.F.T., F.A.P.A) is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Fresno, California who specializes in treating gender dysphoria, sexual addiction and compulsivity, sexual dysfunctions, and individual/marital relationship problems. She is also a now-retired faculty member at California State University, Fresno, who taught in the areas of Abnormal Psychology, Human Sexuality, and Family Counseling. Sallie received her M.A. in Clinical-Community Psychology from California State University, Dominguez Hills, and became a recognized Fellow of the American Psychotherapy Association in 2009 (Until then, she had been a Diplomate). She has appeared on national television, radio shows and documentaries. She has also had two of her articles regarding sexuality published in major scientific journals and has travelled to Cambridge, England to present her latest journal publication. Click here to review Sallie’s CV.

Private Practice, License number MFC30923
Research Articles

Exploring the Relationship Between Erotic Disruption During the Latency Period and the Use of Sexually Explicit Material, Online Sexual Behaviors, and Sexual Dysfunctions in Young Adulthood
Authors: Hunt, Sallie; Kraus, Shane
Source: Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, Volume 16, Number 1, January 2009 , pp. 79-100(22)

Sexual Orientation Confusion Among Spouses of Transvestites and Transsexuals Following Disclosure of Spouse’s Gender Dysphoria
Authors: Sallie Hunt; Terri L. Maine
Source: Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality, Volume 9, Issue 2 June 1997 , pages 39 – 5

Recent Honors

– Selected as the recommended psychotherapist for Marriage and Family Therapy with emphasis on Sexuality for the Fresno County Area by Stanford University Psychiatrists.

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