MEDIA & PUBLIC SPEAKING
Dr Christopher Fox is experienced presenter, speaker and trainer. He is a competent and experienced public speaker. He has over 20 years’ experience in providing training at community and professional levels. Dr Christopher adds to this experience, 14 years’ experience in presenting lectures in universities. He is regularly invited to speak at organisations on health and sexuality and also guest lectures to universities and other education providers.
Dr Christopher has regular columns and blogs on this website and is the resident Sexpert for Aphrodite’s Pleasure – a responsible adult product website.
He has been heard on Triple J’s Hack and is a regular guest with JOY FM’s Hide ‘n’ Seek – an “Adults Only” exploration of how sex and sexuality shapes our lives and influences the GLBTI community and culture. Listen to the podcasts of his appearances on Hide and Seek .
Dr Christopher also contributed to print media including the Australian Women’s Weekly, The Age, and The Australian. As well as to The Lifted Brow, ARCHER Magazine and MCV.
Dr Christopher is available for speaking at public events and private functions. His passion is promoting positive and safe sexuality. He is able to speak on variety of topics including:
- Healthy sexuality
- Getting it together when the spark has gone
- Men’s health
- Men and their penis (His Phd explored the importance of the penis in men’s identity construction and body image)
- Body image
Dr Christopher also runs a number of public workshops. Check out the workshops.
If you would like to engage Dr Christopher to speak at your event please contact him on 0438 422 759.
Dr Christopher is available for comment on range of issues on sexuality.
Topics of interest include:
- Sex therapy/psychosexual therapy/sex counselling
- Sex education/sexuality education
- Sex, masturbation, porn and arousal addictions/Compulsive sexual behaviours
- Male sexual dysfunctions and issues
- Female sexual dysfunctions and issues
- Kink, fetishes and atypical sexual behaviours
- Penis size and men’s sexuality
- Body image
- Genital image
Media Requests for Contact with Clients
I provide a professional services to people who may be vulnerable. My work is sensitive and client confidentiality and safety is paramount. I am not, therefore, able to provide media with contacts with current or past clients. To do so would breach my professional ethics and the Code of Ethics and Practice of the Society of Australian Sexologists. I am happy to provide comment on current issues and am able to provide illustrative examples from my work.