Caroline Maykut, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow, Program in Human Sexuality (PHS)

Caroline Maykut

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Postdoctoral Fellow, Program in Human Sexuality (PHS)


Rural Health Psychology Fellowship, Norton Sound Health Corporation in Nome, Alaska, 2018

PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Nevada, 2017

MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Nevada, 2014

BA, Psychology/Music, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, 2008

Summary

Caroline Maykut, PhD, is a clinical postdoctoral fellow in the Program in Human Sexuality. She received her PhD from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2017, where her research focused on the assessment and conceptualization of sexual desire. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Rural Health Psychology at Norton Sound Health Corporation in Nome, Alaska in 2018. She has worked in outpatient and intensive outpatient settings with individuals and families experiencing a range of mental health and substance use issues. Her clinical interests include trauma, including intergenerational and historical trauma; sexual health and function; sexual and gender identity; compulsive sexual behavior. 

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Research

Publications

Meana, M., Fertel, E., & Maykut, C. (2017). Treating genital pain associated with sexual intercourse. In Z. Peterson (Ed.), Handbook of Sex Therapy (pp 98-114). New York: Wiley Blackwell.

Meana, M., Maykut, C., & Fertel, E. (2015). Painful intercourse: Genito-pelvic Pain/Penetration disorder. In K. Hertlein, G. Weeks, & N. Gambescia (Eds.), Systemic sex therapy (2nd Edition) (pp. 191-209). New York: Routledge.