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MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
MOUSHUMI GHOSE, MFT

(she, her, hers)

Sex Therapist, Author and Documentary Filmmaker

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Moushumi Ghose is a licensed therapist, filmmaker and author who's mission is to break down barriers in sexuality and relationships since she opened her private practice Los Angeles Sex Therapy in 2007.

. Today, Los Angeles Sex Therapy (LAST) is a collective of therapists, educators and coaches who center healthier attitudes around sexuality with special attention given to the experiences of BIPOC, LGBTQIA, Kink, Poly/Ethically Non Monogamous, and Adult Workers. Although we are based in Los Angeles, LAST is 100% virtual and sees clients worldwide. 

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Moushumi has written several books on sex and relationships, is the creator of the Documentary Film Series, Temples and Brothels and is the host of The Sex Talk Series on Youtube.

In 2019, she launched Los Angeles Sex Therapy University - Affordable courses in pleasure, sexuality and relationships that offer longer standing change, as well as creator of a signature Pleasure Psychology & Sexology Training and Ceritification Program. 

Mou has served as an adjunct faculty at Alliant International University, California School of Professional Psychology, and Pacific Oaks College in Los Angeles, CA. 

​Mou has been a featured contributor in various publications and media outlets including Mens Fitness, Huffington Post, Elite Daily, Oprah Magazine, Hustler, Vice, Elle Magazine, Refinery 29, Playboy TV,  Investigation Discoveries, Oxygen Network, Hollywood Entertainment Today, CBS and many more.

She was formerly the host of "Sex Love & RocknRoll" podcast and Sexy Saturdays at The Liberace Penthouse workshops. 

Visit 

www.moushumighose.com

Mou is currently working her second memoir I Did it All for The Music, and her first memoir Cheers to Queers is forthcoming on Moons Grove Press. She is working on a short film Dear India, With Love.

You can also catch her playing guitar with The Depressionistas.

She is currently located on the native lands of Multnomah, or present day Portland, Oregon.

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