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Foundations of the Sexocorporel
Sexual Development
Components of the Sexocorporel
Clinical Significance

Karoline Bischof


Portrait Karoline Bischof


M.D., Clinical Sexologist ISI,
Ph.D. Sexology IASHS,
Specialist Obstetrics/Gynecology,
Psychosomatic Medicine SAPPM

Since 2011 Sexocorporel sexual therapy trainer
Since 2009 ISI certified supervisor
Since 2008 Co-Founder of ZISMed center for interdisciplinary sexology and medicine, Zurich
Since 2005 Founding member of Zurich Institute for clinical sexology and sex therapy ZISS
Since 2005 Instructor in postgraduate Sexocorporel sexual therapy training programs from ZISS
Since 2004 Presentations and Workshops at various Universities and conferences in Switzerland and abroad
Since 1999 Practice for sexual therapy
Since 1999 Practice for gynecology and obstetrics
2005-2009 Instructor in Seminar cycle sexocorporal sexual therapy for doctors
1997–1998 Senior physician Psychosomatic department of the University Hospital Department of Obstetrics/Gynecology of Basel

Since 2011 Certified Sexocorporel trainer ISI
Since 2009 Clinical sexologist ISI
Since 2009 Certified supervisor ISI
Since 2004 6 completed cycles of Sexocorporal sexual therapy training programs (P. Gehrig, Zürich, J. Y. Desjardins, Geneva and Paris)
Since 2004 Seminars in systemic sexual therapy, Ulrich Clement and David Schnarch
2004 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) IASHS, USA, Dissertation «Women's Sexuality after Childbirth»
2001–2003 Sexology at the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, IASHS, San Francisco, USA
2000 1 year training Sexual Counseling ZAK, Basel (Willeke Bezemer)
1998–1999 Training in solution-oriented, psychoanalytic-systemic psychotherapy, Prof. Peter Fürstenau, Zurich and Düsseldorf
1998 Seminars in solution-oriented Psychotherapie, AISTB, Rosmarie Welter-Enderlin, Meilen
1989–1995 Residency gynecology/obstetrics, FMH title
1988 Final Exam Medical School University of Zurich
  Completed Psychoanalysis
1 year bioenergetic Psychotherapy
2 years Somatic Experiencing Psychotherapy
Concurrent Supervision in groups and individual